occ_download_cancel

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Cancel a download creation process.

Cancel a download creation process.

Usage
occ_download_cancel(key, user = NULL, pwd = NULL, curlopts = list())

occ_download_cancel_staged( user = NULL, pwd = NULL, limit = 20, start = 0, curlopts = list() )

Arguments
key

(character) A key generated from a request, like that from occ_download. Required.

user

(character) User name within GBIF's website. Required. See Details.

pwd

(character) User password within GBIF's website. Required. See Details.

curlopts

list of named curl options passed on to HttpClient. see curl::curl_options for curl options

limit

Number of records to return. Default: 20

start

Record number to start at. Default: 0

Details

Note, these functions only cancel a job in progress. If your download is already prepared for you, this won't do anything to change that.

occ_download_cancel cancels a specific job by download key - returns success message

occ_download_cancel_staged cancels all jobs with status RUNNING or PREPARING - if none are found, returns a message saying so - if some found, they are cancelled, returning message saying so

Note

see downloads for an overview of GBIF downloads methods

See Also

Other downloads: download_predicate_dsl, occ_download_cached(), occ_download_dataset_activity(), occ_download_datasets(), occ_download_get(), occ_download_import(), occ_download_list(), occ_download_meta(), occ_download_queue(), occ_download_wait(), occ_download()

Aliases
  • occ_download_cancel
  • occ_download_cancel_staged
Examples
# NOT RUN {
# occ_download_cancel(key="0003984-140910143529206")
# occ_download_cancel_staged()
# }
Documentation reproduced from package rgbif, version 3.3.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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