content library item storage: info
infostructure is the expanded form of content.library.item.file.info that includes details about the storage backing for a file in a library item.
|storage_backing||storage_backing||The storage backing on which this object resides. This might not be the same as the default storage backing associated with the library.|
|storage_uris||URI||URIs that identify the file on the storage backing.
These URIs may be specific to the backing and may need interpretation by the client. A client that understands a URI scheme in this list may use that URI to directly access the file on the storage backing. This can provide high-performance support for file manipulation.
|name||string||The name of the file.
This value will be unique within the library item for each file. It cannot be an empty string.
|size||long||The file size, in bytes. The file size is the storage used and not the uploaded or provisioned size. For example, when uploading a disk to a datastore, the amount of storage that the disk consumes may be different from the disk file size. When the file is not cached, the size is 0.|
|cached||boolean||Indicates whether the file is on disk or not.|
|version||string||The version of this file; incremented when a new copy of the file is uploaded.|
|storage_policy_id||string||Identifier of the storage policy associated with the file. Warning: This attribute is part of a new feature in development. It may be changed at any time and may not have all supported functionality implemented. Optional. This field will be unset if the file is located on a storage backing of type OTHER (because storage policies are not applicable for those backings) or if the file is located on a storage backing of type DATASTORE and content.library.item.storage.info.storage_policy_id is unset.When clients pass a value of this structure as a parameter, the field must be an identifier for the resource type:
|checksum_info||checksum_info||A checksum for validating the content of the file.
This value can be used to verify that a transfer was completed without errors.Optional. A checksum cannot always be calculated, and the value will be unset if the file does not have content.