I have created the rule to execute the groovy script upon met the certain condition. For the condition I wrote the IQL query to find the objects. Without thinking I wrote IQL query to find all the objects. Now when I ran the rule, its running for all the objects and I have thousands of objects, meaning it will take many hours to complete. Now when I want to stop the rule that is already running and limit the objects it will run for, I am unable to do so. I tried disabling but it didn't help.
Is there any way I can stop the rule that is already running?
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