mobileAppContentFile resource type

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Contains properties for a single installer file that is associated with a given mobileAppContent version.


Method Return Type Description
List mobileAppContentFiles mobileAppContentFile collection List properties and relationships of the mobileAppContentFile objects.
Get mobileAppContentFile mobileAppContentFile Read properties and relationships of the mobileAppContentFile object.
Create mobileAppContentFile mobileAppContentFile Create a new mobileAppContentFile object.
Delete mobileAppContentFile None Deletes a mobileAppContentFile.
Update mobileAppContentFile mobileAppContentFile Update the properties of a mobileAppContentFile object.
commit action None Not yet documented
renewUpload action None Not yet documented


Property Type Description
azureStorageUri String The Azure Storage URI.
isCommitted Boolean A value indicating whether the file is committed.
id String The File Id.
createdDateTime DateTimeOffset The time the file was created.
name String the file name.
size Int64 The size of the file prior to encryption.
sizeEncrypted Int64 The size of the file after encryption.
azureStorageUriExpirationDateTime DateTimeOffset The time the Azure storage Uri expires.
manifest Binary The manifest information.
uploadState String The state of the current upload request. Possible values are: success, transientError, error, unknown, azureStorageUriRequestSuccess, azureStorageUriRequestPending, azureStorageUriRequestFailed, azureStorageUriRequestTimedOut, azureStorageUriRenewalSuccess, azureStorageUriRenewalPending, azureStorageUriRenewalFailed, azureStorageUriRenewalTimedOut, commitFileSuccess, commitFilePending, commitFileFailed, commitFileTimedOut.



JSON Representation

Here is a JSON representation of the resource.

  "@odata.type": "#microsoft.graph.mobileAppContentFile",
  "azureStorageUri": "String",
  "isCommitted": true,
  "id": "String (identifier)",
  "createdDateTime": "String (timestamp)",
  "name": "String",
  "size": 1024,
  "sizeEncrypted": 1024,
  "azureStorageUriExpirationDateTime": "String (timestamp)",
  "manifest": "binary",
  "uploadState": "String"