acronym resource type

Namespace: microsoft.graph.search

Important

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An acronym is an administrative answer in Microsoft Search results to define common acronyms in an organization.

Inherits from searchAnswer.

Methods

Method Return type Description
List acronyms microsoft.graph.search.acronym collection Get a list of the acronym objects and their properties.
Create acronym microsoft.graph.search.acronym Create a new acronym object.
Get acronym microsoft.graph.search.acronym Read the properties and relationships of an acronym object.
Update acronym microsoft.graph.search.acronym Update the properties of an acronym object.
Delete acronym None Deletes an acronym object.

Properties

Property Type Description
description String A brief description of the acronym that gives users more info about the acronym and what it stands for. Inherited from searchAnswer.
displayName String The actual short form or acronym. Inherited from searchAnswer.
id String The unique identifier (GUID) for the acronym. Inherited from entity.
lastModifiedBy microsoft.graph.identitySet Details of the user that created or last modified the acronym. Inherited from searchAnswer. Read-only.
lastModifiedDateTime DateTimeOffset Timestamp of when the acronym is created or edited. Inherited from searchAnswer. Read-only.
standsFor String collection What the acronym stands for.
state microsoft.graph.search.answerState State of the acronym. Possible values are: published, draft, excluded, or unknownFutureValue.
webUrl String The URL of the page or website where users can go for more information about the acronym. Inherited from searchAnswer.

Relationships

None.

JSON representation

The following is a JSON representation of the resource.

{
  "@odata.type": "#microsoft.graph.search.acronym",
  "id": "String (identifier)",
  "displayName": "String",
  "description": "String",
  "webUrl": "String",
  "lastModifiedBy": {
    "@odata.type": "microsoft.graph.identitySet"
  },
  "lastModifiedDateTime": "String (timestamp)",
  "standsFor": [
    "String"
  ],
  "state": "String"
}