How to get internal player data

To get internal player data, use the Server API GetUserInternalData method. This is internal data that you should not expose it to the client.

The C# Sample in this topic are written for the Unity SDK. The Unity SDK uses an event driven model to handle non-synchronous tasks. To run the sample code using the standard C# or Xamarin C# SDKs you must modify the code to use an async Task model. Methods that must be modified have Async append to the method name in the signature. For example, SetObject in the Unity SDK becomes SetObjectAsync in the standard C# SDK. For more information, see Asynchronous programming with async and await.

C# code example

The following C# code example retrieves the Key Value Pairs of the player internal data.

public void GetUserInternalData() {
    PlayFabServerAPI.GetUserInternalData(new GetUserDataRequest() {
        PlayFabId = "user PlayFabId here - obtained from any successful LoginResult",
    },
    result => {
        if(result.Data == null || !result.Data.ContainsKey("Class")) Debug.Log("No Class");
        else Debug.Log("Class: " + result.Data["Class"].Value);
    },
    error => {
        Debug.Log("Got error getting internal user data:");
        Debug.Log(error.GenerateErrorReport());
    });
}

See also

How to set internal player data