Load Data Source Dataflow Response Description

The following tables describe the response syntax for a LoadDataSource Dataflow request in a set of hierarchical tables. Examples in JSON and XML formats are also provided.

Response

The following fields are the top-level fields in the LoadDataSource Dataflow response. Additional tables describe the fields in each of the collections.

JSON XML Type Description
copyright Copyright string A copyright notice.
brandLogoUri BrandLogoUri string A URL that references a brand image to support contractual branding requirements.
statusCode StatusCode integer The HTTP Status code for the request.
statusDescription StatusDescription string A description of the HTTP status code.
authenticationResultCode AuthenticationResultCode One of the following values:

ValidCredentials

InvalidCredentials

CredentialsExpired

NotAuthorized

NoCredentials

None
A status code that offers additional information about authentication success or failure.
traceId TraceId string A unique identifier for the request.
resourceSets ResourceSets collection A collection of ResourceSet objects. A ResourceSet is a container of Resources returned by the request. For more information, see the ResourceSet section below.
errorDetails ErrorDetails string[] A collection of error descriptions. For example, ErrorDetails can identify parameter values that are not valid or are missing. An error log URL is also provided as part of links or Link fields.

ResourceSet

The ResourceSet container provides the following information.

JSON XML Type Description
estimatedTotal EstimatedTotal long An estimate of the total number of resources in the ResourceSet.
resources Resources collection A collection of one or more DataflowJob resources. Information about the DataflowJob resource is found in the DataflowJob section.

DataflowJob

The DataflowJob resource container provides the following information.

JSON XML Type Description
id Id string A unique string that identifies the dataflow job. There are no requirements for the string format.
links Link URL URLs that is defined by its role and name attributes.

“role”:”self”: Use to check the status of your job. This URL is provided in the response when you create a load data source job.

“role”:”self” and “name”:“datasource”: Use to query and update a data source. This URL appears in the response to a job status request when the load data source job completes.

“role”:”output” and “name”:”failed”: Use to access the error log for the job. This URL appears in the response only when the job status is set to Aborted.
description Description string A user-defined description of the dataflow job. If a description is not specified when the workflow is created, this field is not included or the value is null.
status Status One of the following values:

Pending: The dataflow job is processing.

Completed: The dataflow job has completed. A status of completed does not indicate success.

Aborted: The workflow stopped because of an error.
The status of the dataflow job.
createdDate CreatedDate DateTime The date and time that the dataflow job was created.
completedDate CompletedDate DateTime The date and time that the dataflow job is completed. If the Status field is set to Pending, the CompletedDate field is not shown or is empty.
totalEntityCount TotalEntityCount integer The total number of entities that were uploaded.
processedEntityCount ProcessedEntityCount integer The number of entities that were processed. This number included entities that were processed successfully and those that failed. If the field is set to 0, the number of processed entries is not known.
failedEntityCount FailedEntityCount integer The number of entities that did not process successfully because of an error.
errorMessage ErrorMessage string Additional error information that is provided when the Status is set to Aborted. A link to an error log is also provided in the links or Link field.

DataflowJob Response Examples

The following examples show DataflowJob resource content in JSON and XML formats.

JSON Example

{  
   "authenticationResultCode":"ValidCredentials",  
   "brandLogoUri":"http:\/\/spatial.virtualearth.net\/Branding\/logo_powered_by.png",  
   "copyright":"© 2010 Microsoft and its suppliers. All rights reserved. This API cannot be accessed and the content and any results may not be used, reproduced or transmitted in any manner without express written permission from Microsoft Corporation.",  
   "resourceSets":[  
      {  
         "estimatedTotal":1,  
         "resources":[  
            {  
               "__type":"DataflowJob:http:\/\/schemas.microsoft.com\/search\/local\/ws\/rest\/v1",  
               "id":"5bf10c37df011183b1879fbb0556e67e",  
               "links":[  
                  {  
                     "role":"self",  
                     "url":"https:\/\/spatial.virtualearth.net\/REST\/v1\/dataflows\/LoadDataSource\/5bf10c37df011183b1879fbb0556e67e"  
                  },  
                  {  
                     "role":"datasource",  
                     "name":"service",  
                     "url":"https:\/\/spatial.virtualearth.net/REST\/v1\/data\/20181f26d9e94c81acdf9496133d4f23\/FourthCoffeeSample"  
                  },  
  
              ],  
               "completedDate":"Mon, 10 May 2010 20:23:49 GMT",  
               "createdDate":"Mon, 10 May 2010 20:22:35 GMT",  
               "description":"Xml",  
               "failedEntityCount":0,  
               "processedEntityCount":12,  
               "status":"Completed",  
               "totalEntityCount":12  
            }  
         ]  
      }  
   ],  
   "statusCode":200,  
   "statusDescription":"OK",  
   "traceId":"e8bfe25fdc4f4bc5824cda4e568e1c19"  
}  

XML Example

<Response xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/search/local/ws/rest/v1">  
  <Copyright>© 2010 Microsoft and its suppliers. All rights reserved. This API cannot be accessed and the content and any results may not be used, reproduced or transmitted in any manner without express written permission from Microsoft Corporation.</Copyright>  
  <BrandLogoUri>http://spatial.virtualearth.net/Branding/logo_powered_by.png</BrandLogoUri>  
  <StatusCode>200</StatusCode>  
  <StatusDescription>OK</StatusDescription>  
  <AuthenticationResultCode>ValidCredentials</AuthenticationResultCode>  
  <TraceId>f65bd9af90e241b3a7d52316314eb352</TraceId>  
  <ResourceSets>  
    <ResourceSet>  
      <EstimatedTotal>1</EstimatedTotal>  
      <Resources>  
        <DataflowJob>  
          <Id>5bf10c37df011183b1879fbb0556e67e</Id>  
          <Link role="self">https://spatial.virtualearth.net/REST/v1/dataflows/Geocode/5bf10c37df011183b1879fbb0556e67e</Link>  
          <Link role="datasource" name=”service”>https://spatial.virtualearth.com/REST/v1/data/20181f26d9e94c81acdf9496133d4f23/FourthCoffeeSample</Link>  
          <Description>Xml</Description>  
          <Status>Completed</Status>  
          <CreatedDate>2010-05-10T13:22:35.0553408-07:00</CreatedDate>  
          <CompletedDate>2010-05-10T13:23:49.1959658-07:00</CompletedDate>  
          <TotalEntityCount>12</TotalEntityCount>  
          <ProcessedEntityCount>12</ProcessedEntityCount>  
          <FailedEntityCount>0</FailedEntityCount>  
        </DataflowJob>  
      </Resources>  
    </ResourceSet>  
  </ResourceSets>  
</Response>