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C#
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3.0

Commands: GetConflicts

The GET method retrieves the existing conflict items.

Conflicts location

Conflicts always exist in a destination file system.

Syntax

curl \
	http://{serverUrl}/fs/{fileSystemName}/synchronization/conflicts  \
	-X GET

Request

Query parameter Required Description
start No The number of results that should be skipped
pageSize No The maximum number of results that will be returned

Response

Status code Description
200 OK
Return Value Description
JSON The ItemsPage object that contains the number of total results and the list of ConflictItem objects that represent the synchronization conflict.

Example

curl \
	-X GET http://localhost:8081/fs/SlaveNorthwindFS/synchronization/conflicts
< HTTP/1.1 200 OK
{
    "TotalCount":1,
    "Items":[
        {
            "RemoteHistory":[
                {
                    "Version":1,
                    "ServerId":"73bf7163-d29c-4c6b-9a52-e2347d51765d"
                },
                {
                    "Version":16385,
                    "ServerId":"73bf7163-d29c-4c6b-9a52-e2347d51765d"
                },
                {
                    "Version":16386,
                    "ServerId":"73bf7163-d29c-4c6b-9a52-e2347d51765d"
                }
            ],
            "CurrentHistory":[
                {
                    "Version":1,
                    "ServerId":"73bf7163-d29c-4c6b-9a52-e2347d51765d"
                },
                {
                    "Version":16385,
                    "ServerId":"73bf7163-d29c-4c6b-9a52-e2347d51765d"
                },
                {
                    "Version":1,
                    "ServerId":"59252a06-9673-4ddb-9e07-66831f879941"
                }
            ],
            "FileName":"/books/Inside.RavenDB.3.0.pdf",
            "RemoteServerUrl":"http://localhost:8080/fs/NorthwindFS"
        }
    ]
}