DataLakeFileClient.SetHttpHeaders(PathHttpHeaders, DataLakeRequestConditions, CancellationToken) Method

Definition

The SetHttpHeaders(PathHttpHeaders, DataLakeRequestConditions, CancellationToken) operation sets system properties on the path.

For more information, see Set Blob Properties.

public override Azure.Response<Azure.Storage.Files.DataLake.Models.PathInfo> SetHttpHeaders (Azure.Storage.Files.DataLake.Models.PathHttpHeaders httpHeaders = default, Azure.Storage.Files.DataLake.Models.DataLakeRequestConditions conditions = default, System.Threading.CancellationToken cancellationToken = default);
override this.SetHttpHeaders : Azure.Storage.Files.DataLake.Models.PathHttpHeaders * Azure.Storage.Files.DataLake.Models.DataLakeRequestConditions * System.Threading.CancellationToken -> Azure.Response<Azure.Storage.Files.DataLake.Models.PathInfo>
Public Overrides Function SetHttpHeaders (Optional httpHeaders As PathHttpHeaders = Nothing, Optional conditions As DataLakeRequestConditions = Nothing, Optional cancellationToken As CancellationToken = Nothing) As Response(Of PathInfo)

Parameters

httpHeaders
PathHttpHeaders

Optional. The standard HTTP header system properties to set. If not specified, existing values will be cleared.

conditions
DataLakeRequestConditions

Optional DataLakeRequestConditions to add conditions on setting the paths's HTTP headers.

cancellationToken
System.Threading.CancellationToken

Optional System.Threading.CancellationToken to propagate notifications that the operation should be cancelled.

Returns

Response<PathInfo>

A Response<T> describing the updated path.

Remarks

A RequestFailedException will be thrown if a failure occurs.

Applies to