Context. Report Consumable Fulfillment Async(String, UInt32, Guid) Method
Reports a consumable add-on for the current app as fulfilled in the Microsoft Store.
[Windows.Foundation.Metadata.RemoteAsync] public IAsyncOperation<StoreConsumableResult> ReportConsumableFulfillmentAsync(string productStoreId, uint quantity, Guid trackingId);
function reportConsumableFulfillmentAsync(productStoreId, quantity, trackingId)
Public Function ReportConsumableFulfillmentAsync (productStoreId As String, quantity As UInteger, trackingId As Guid) As IAsyncOperation(Of StoreConsumableResult)
The Store ID of the consumable add-on that you want to report as fulfilled.
The number of units of the consumable add-on that you want to report as fulfilled. For a Store-managed consumable (that is, a consumable where Microsoft keeps track of the balance), specify the number of units that have been consumed. For a developer-managed consumable (that is, a consumable where the developer keeps track of the balance), specify 1.
A developer-supplied GUID that identifies the specific transaction that the fulfillment operation is associated with for tracking purposes. For more information, see the remarks.
An asynchronous operation that, on successful completion, returns a StoreConsumableResult object that contains info about the fulfillment operation, such as the remaining balance of add-on units.
After the user has used a consumable add-on in your app, use this method to report the add-on as fulfilled in the Microsoft Store. The Store ID for the add-on is available in Partner Center, and it is returned by the StoreId property of the StoreProduct that represents the add-on. For more information about using this method, including a code example, see Enable consumable add-on purchases.
The trackingId parameter is used to help ensure that each fulfillment operation is handled exactly once by the Microsoft Store. For example, consider a scenario where you call ReportConsumableFulfillmentAsync with a given pair of productStoreId and trackingId values, the Microsoft Store successfully marks the consumable as fulfilled, but there is a network connectivity issue that prevents your app from receiving and handling the response. The next time your app retries the same ReportConsumableFulfillmentAsync call with the same pair of productStoreId and trackingId values after it regains connectivity, the Microsoft Store will report the transaction as successful without charging the user again. The trackingId parameter can be retrieved via the TrackingId property of the StoreConsumableResult return value.