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DirectoryLinkChange

Updated: February 23, 2015

Applies To: Azure AD Graph API

This topic provides descriptions of the properties of the DirectoryLinkChange entity type. A DirectoryLinkChange object is returned in the result set of a differential query to indicate that a property of a contact, a user, or a group that is represented by a link has changed since the last differential query. The DirectoryLinkChange object will represent a change to a user’s or contact’s manager property or a change to a group’s members property. For more information about differential queries, see Azure AD Graph API Differential Query.

Namespace: Microsoft.WindowsAzure.ActiveDirectory

Base type: DirectoryObject

The DirectoryLinkChange entity type has the following properties:

Declared properties

Name Type Read (GET) Description

associationType

Edm.String

Yes

A string that identifies the association type to which the change applies. The value is either “Member” or “Manager”.

objectId

Edm.String

Yes

The unique identifier for the directory link change object. For DirectoryLinkChange objects, the value is always 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000. Inherited from DirectoryObject.

Note: key immutable, not nullable, unique

objectType

Edm.String

Yes

A string that identifies the object type. For DirectoryLinkChange objects, the value is always “DirectoryLinkChange”. Inherited from DirectoryObject

sourceObjectId

Edm.String

Yes

The object ID for the source object; for example, ”7373b0af-d462-406e-ad26-f2bc96d823d8”.

sourceObjectType

Edm.String

Yes

A string that identifies the source object type; this will be one of the following: “Group”, “User”, or “Contact”.

sourceObjectUri

Edm.String

Yes

The URI for the source object; for example, “https://graph.windows.net/contoso.com/groups/7373b0af-d462-406e-ad26-f2bc96d823d8”.

targetObjectId

Edm.String

Yes

The object ID for the target object; for example, “dca803ab-bf26-4753-bf20-e1c56a9c34e2”.

targetObjectType

Edm.String

Yes

A string that identifies the source object type; this will be one of the following: “Group”, “User”, or “Contact”.

targetObjectUri

Edm.String

Yes

The URI for the target object; for example, “https://graph.windows.net/contoso.com/users/dca803ab-bf26-4753-bf20-e1c56a9c34e2”.

noteNote
None of the navigation properties inherited from DirectoryObject are valid for DirectoryLinkChange. If a request for any of these properties is sent, a 400 Bad Request response is returned.

For information about the primitive types exposed by the EDM, see Entity Data Model: Primitive Data Types.

For more information about differential queries, see Azure AD Graph API Differential Query.

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