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LiveConnectClient.PutAsync(String, IDictionary<String ,Object>, CancellationToken) method

Performs an asynchronous put that updates a resource with a given path, message body, and cancellation token. [Windows Store apps only]

Note  Windows Phone doesn't support this method.

Syntax


public Task<LiveOperationResult> PutAsync(
  string path, 
  IDictionary<String ,Object> body, 
  CancellationToken ct
)

Parameters

path

Type: System.String

The relative path to the resource to update.

body

Type: IDictionary<String ,Object>

The message body to include in the API call.

ct

Type: CancellationToken

The cancellation token that is used to provide notification that operations should be cancelled.

Return value

Type: Task<LiveOperationResult>

The data returned by the API service for the put operation.

Error codes

NameMeaning
ArgumentNullException

A parameter that was passed in is null.

Remarks

This is a helper function that makes an HTTP PUT call to the Live SDK REST reference .

PutAsync automatically uses the access token returned from user sign-in by the constructor, making it possible for a site to omit working directly with access tokens. If the access token cookie is set, PutAsync uses that as well.

Important  Before calling this method, your code must call either the LiveAuthClient.InitializeAsync or LiveAuthClient.LoginAsync method with, at minimum, the corresponding necessary scopes for [downloading | uploading | copying | deleting | reading | moving | creating | updating] the corresponding [data | files | file]. If you don’t, the call to this method may fail.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 8

Minimum supported server

None supported

Namespace

Microsoft.Live

Assembly

Microsoft.Live.dll

See also

LiveConnectClient

 

 

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