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Windows.Networking.BackgroundTransfer Classes

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BackgroundDownloader class

Used to configure downloads prior to the actual creation of the download operation using CreateDownload.

BackgroundTransferCompletionGroup class

Represents a set of background transfer operations (DownloadOperation or UploadOperation objects) that trigger a background task once all the operations are done (if the operations completed successfully) or fail with an error.

BackgroundTransferCompletionGroupTriggerDetails class

Contains information about a BackgroundTransferCompletionGroup that can be only accessed from the Run method on the IBackgroundTask.

BackgroundTransferContentPart class

Represents a content part of a multi-part transfer request. Each BackgroundTransferContentPart object can represent either a single string of text content or a single file payload, but not both.

BackgroundTransferError class

Used to provide errors encountered during a transfer operation.

BackgroundTransferGroup class

A named group used to associate multiple download or upload operations. This class makes it easy for your app to create these groups and to complete downloads and uploads simultaneously, in serial, or based on priority.

BackgroundUploader class

Used to configure upload prior to the actual creation of the upload operation using CreateUpload.

ContentPrefetcher class

Provides properties for specifying web resources to be prefetched. Windows will use heuristics to attempt to download the specified resources in advance of your app being launched by the user.

DownloadOperation class

Performs an asynchronous download operation. The Background Transfer sample demonstrates this functionality.

ResponseInformation class

Represents data that is returned by a server response.

UnconstrainedTransferRequestResult class

Represents the result a request for unconstrained transfers from a BackgroundDownloader or BackgroundUploader object.

UploadOperation class

Performs an asynchronous upload operation.




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