How to use task_abort method in autotest

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1# pylint: disable=missing-function-docstring,missing-class-docstring2# python imports3import os4import sys5import json6from typing import Optional, Union7# Reloading the rapid_diag bin path8sys.path.insert(0, os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__)))9# splunk imports10import splunk11from splunk.persistconn.application import PersistentServerConnectionApplication12import splunklib.client as client13# local imports14import logger_manager as log15from rapid_diag_handler_utils import persistent_handler_wrap_handle, create_rapiddiag_payload, get_rest_search16from rapid_diag.task_handler import TaskHandler17from rapid_diag.util import get_server_name18from rapid_diag.serializable import JsonObject19_LOGGER = log.setup_logging("task_abort_endpoint")20class TaskAbortEndpoint(PersistentServerConnectionApplication):21 def __init__(self, command_line : Optional[str] = None, command_arg : Optional[str] = None):22 pass23 def handle(self, args : Union[str, bytes]) -> JsonObject:24 return persistent_handler_wrap_handle(self._handle, args)25 def _handle(self, args : JsonObject) -> JsonObject:26 task_id = next((arg[1] for arg in args['query'] if arg[0]=='task_id'), '')27 local = next((arg[1] for arg in args['query'] if arg[0]=='local'), False)28 current_host = get_server_name(args['system_authtoken'])29 success = create_rapiddiag_payload(data="Started aborting the Task with ID: " + str(task_id) + ".")30 if not local:31 handler = TaskHandler()32 tasks = handler.list(current_host)33 for task in tasks:34 if task_id == task["task"]["task_id"] and current_host == task["task"]["host"]:35 task_handler = TaskHandler()36 task_handler.abort(json.dumps(task))37 return success38 return create_rapiddiag_payload(error='Task task_id="{}" not found.'.format(task_id))39 host = next((arg[1] for arg in args['query'] if arg[0]=='host'), 'local')40 service = client.connect(host=splunk.getDefault('host'),41 port=splunk.getDefault('port'),42 scheme=splunk.getDefault('protocol'),43 token=args['system_authtoken'])44 kwargs_normalsearch = {"exec_mode": "normal"}45 params = 'task_id="' + task_id + '"'46 if host != current_host:47 rest_search = get_rest_search("rapid_diag/task_abort", host, params)48 elif local:49 rest_search = get_rest_search("rapid_diag/task_abort", None, params)50, **kwargs_normalsearch)...

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1from django.urls import path2from . import views3app_name = "Approval"4urlpatterns = [5 path("submit_task", views.submit_task),6 path ("general_confirm", views.general_confirm),7 path("president_confirm", views.president_confirm),8 path("task_abort", views.task_abort),9 path("nuclear_launch", views.nuclear_launch)...

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