Time Series Hierarchies - Get

Returns time series hierarchies definitions in pages.

GET https://{environmentFqdn}/timeseries/hierarchies?api-version=2018-11-01-preview

URI Parameters

Name In Required Type Description
environmentFqdn
path True
  • string

Per environment FQDN, for example 10000000-0000-0000-0000-100000000109.env.timeseries.azure.com. You can obtain this domain name from the response of the Get Environments API, Azure portal, or Azure Resource Manager.

api-version
query True
  • string

Version of the API to be used with the client request. Currently supported version is "2018-11-01-preview".

Request Header

Name Required Type Description
x-ms-continuation
  • string

Continuation token from previous page of results to retrieve the next page of the results in calls that support pagination. To get the first page results, specify null continuation token as parameter value. Returned continuation token is null if all results have been returned, and there is no next page of results.

x-ms-client-request-id
  • string

Optional client request ID. Service records this value. Allows the service to trace operation across services, and allows the customer to contact support regarding a particular request.

x-ms-client-session-id
  • string

Optional client session ID. Service records this value. Allows the service to trace a group of related operations across services, and allows the customer to contact support regarding a particular group of requests.

Responses

Name Type Description
200 OK

Successful operation.

Headers

  • x-ms-request-id: string
Other Status Codes

Unexpected error.

Headers

  • x-ms-request-id: string

Security

azure_auth

Azure Active Directory OAuth2 Flow

Type: oauth2
Flow: implicit
Authorization URL: https://login.microsoftonline.com/common/oauth2/authorize

Scopes

Name Description
user_impersonation impersonate your user account

Examples

HierarchiesGetPage1
HierarchiesGetPage2
HierarchiesGetPage3

HierarchiesGetPage1

Sample Request

GET https://10000000-0000-0000-0000-100000000109.env.timeseries.azure.com/timeseries/hierarchies?api-version=2018-11-01-preview

Sample Response

{
  "hierarchies": [
    {
      "id": "6e292e54-9a26-4be1-9034-607d71492707",
      "name": "Location",
      "source": {
        "instanceFieldNames": [
          "state",
          "city"
        ]
      }
    }
  ],
  "continuationToken": "aXsic2tpcCI6MTAwMCwidGFrZSI6MTAwMH0="
}

HierarchiesGetPage2

Sample Request

GET https://10000000-0000-0000-0000-100000000109.env.timeseries.azure.com/timeseries/hierarchies?api-version=2018-11-01-preview

Sample Response

{
  "hierarchies": [
    {
      "id": "6e292e54-9a26-4be1-9034-607d71492707",
      "name": "Location",
      "source": {
        "instanceFieldNames": [
          "state",
          "city"
        ]
      }
    }
  ],
  "continuationToken": "aXsic2tpcCI6MTAwMCwidGFrASI6MTAwMH0="
}

HierarchiesGetPage3

Sample Request

GET https://10000000-0000-0000-0000-100000000109.env.timeseries.azure.com/timeseries/hierarchies?api-version=2018-11-01-preview

Sample Response

{
  "hierarchies": []
}

Definitions

GetHierarchiesPage

Partial list of time series hierarchies returned in a single request.

Source

Definition of how time series hierarchy tree levels are created.

TimeSeriesHierarchy

Time series hierarchy organizes time series instances into a tree.

TsiError

Information about an API error.

TsiErrorBody

A particular API error with an error code and a message.

TsiErrorDetails

Additional error information.

GetHierarchiesPage

Partial list of time series hierarchies returned in a single request.

Name Type Description
continuationToken
  • string

If returned, this means that current results represent a partial result. Continuation token allows to get the next page of results. To get the next page of query results, send the same request with continuation token parameter in "x-ms-continuation" HTTP header.

hierarchies

Partial list of time series hierarchies returned in a single request. Can be empty if server was unable to fill the page in this request, or there is no more objects when continuation token is null.

Source

Definition of how time series hierarchy tree levels are created.

Name Type Description
instanceFieldNames
  • string[]

List of instance field names that must be set in all time series instances that belong to this hierarchy. The order of the instance fields defines the levels in the hierarchy.

TimeSeriesHierarchy

Time series hierarchy organizes time series instances into a tree.

Name Type Description
id
  • string

Unique hierarchy identifier that is a immutable GUID. Can be null while creating hierarchy objects and then server generates the id, not null on get and delete operations.

name
  • string

User-given unique name for the type. It is mutable and not null.

source

Definition of how time series hierarchy tree levels are created.

TsiError

Information about an API error.

Name Type Description
error

A particular API error with an error code and a message.

TsiErrorBody

A particular API error with an error code and a message.

Name Type Description
code
  • string

Language-independent, human-readable string that defines a service-specific error code. This code serves as a more specific indicator for the HTTP error code specified in the response. Can be used to programmatically handle specific error cases.

details

Contains additional error information. May be null.

innerError

Contains more specific error that narrows down the cause. May be null.

message
  • string

Human-readable, language-independent representation of the error. It is intended as an aid to developers and is not suitable for exposure to end users.

target
  • string

Target of the particular error (for example, the name of the property in error). May be null.

TsiErrorDetails

Additional error information.

Name Type Description
code
  • string

Language-independent, human-readable string that defines a service-specific error code. This code serves as a more specific indicator for the HTTP error code specified in the response. Can be used to programmatically handle specific error cases.

message
  • string

Human-readable, language-independent representation of the error. It is intended as an aid to developers and is not suitable for exposure to end users.