Terminates a stateful asynchronous invocation.

Request headers

This operation uses only common request headers. For more information, see Common parameters.

Request syntax

PUT /services/{serviceName[.qualifier]}/functions/{functionName}/stateful-async-invocations/{statefulAsyncInvocationId} HTTP/1.1

Request parameters

Parameter Type Position Required Example Description
serviceName String Path Yes service_name

The name of the service that contains the function for which the stateful asynchronous invocation was triggered.

functionName String Path Yes function_name

The name of the function for which the stateful asynchronous invocation was triggered.

qualifier String Path No alias

The alias or version of the service that contains the function for which the stateful asynchronous invocation was triggered.

statefulAsyncInvocationId String Path Yes e026ae92-61e5-472f-b32d-1c9e3c4e****

The ID of the stateful asynchronous invocation.

Note When you use an SDK to invoke a function, we recommend that you specify a business-related ID to facilitate subsequent operations. For example, a function that processes a video can use the file name of the video as the invocation ID. Then, you can use this ID to check whether the video is processed or terminate the processing of the video. The ID must start with a letter or an underscore (_) and can contain letters, digits, underscores (_), and hyphens (-). The ID can be up to 128 characters in length. If you do not specify the ID of the asynchronous invocation, Function Compute automatically generates an ID.

No response parameters.

Examples

Sample requests

PUT /services/{serviceName[.qualifier]}/functions/function_name/stateful-async-invocations/e026ae92-61e5-472f-b32d-1c9e3c4e**** HTTP/1.1
Common request headers

Sample success responses

JSON format

HTTP/1.1 200 OK