b2ListFileVersions lists all versions of all of the files contained in
one bucket, within a user's account on the Backblaze B2 cloud storage
b2ListFileVersions(bucketId, startFileName = "", startFileId = "", maxFileCount = 100)
The unique identifier of the bucket containing the files to
be listed. Bucket IDs may be obtained through the
The name of the file from which the list will start. If
there are no files with this name, the first version of the file with the
first name after the given name will be the first in the list. This is an
optional parameter. Not defining this parameter will result in the list
starting from the newest file first. File names may be obtained through the
The first file ID to return. This is an optional
An integer defining the maximum number of file names to return. This is an optional parameter and defaults to 100. The maximum acceptable value is 1000.
This function lists all versions of all of the files contained in one bucket, within a user's account on the Backblaze B2 cloud storage product. Files will be listed in alphabetical order by file name, and by reverse of date/time uploaded for versions of files with the same name. Further details regarding this API call are available here:
bucketId is mandatory and must be user defined.
maxFileCount are optional and may be defined by the
user if so desired.
If successful a list will be returned containing
nextFileId for files within the specified
bucket. If greater than the maximum number of specified files in
maxFileCount exists, further file versions may be obtained beginning
nextFileName, as the
startFileName parameter value. This
may be done either alone or in combination with
startFileId. If successful a data frame will be returned, nested
uploadTimestamp for all file versions
within the specified bucket.
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## Not run: b2ListFileVersions(bucketId = "aUniqueBucketId", startFileName = "yourFileName.png", startFileId = "yourFileId" maxFileCount = 500) ## End(Not run)
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