Cancelling a successor job when a dependency has been aborted by job event
I need to be able to cancel the successor jobs within a stream after a job dependency has been aborted by a long running job event. I have a job event "Running Past Time Window-ABORTED" that will cancel a job if it is running past the time window. I do not see an option to add a trigger if the dependency is not met. What I need to do, is to be able to cancel the jobs that are waiting on the aborted job before they time out or skip for the day.
Does anyone have any ideas on how I can accomplish this task?
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