This page describes the common attributes of Arvados resources.
|universally unique object identifier, set on
|UUID of owner (must be a User or Group), set on
create, controls who may access the resource, ownership may be changed explicitly with
update, see permission model for details.
|When resource was created, set on
|API client software which most recently modified the resource, set on
|Authenticated user, on whose behalf the client was acting when modifying the resource, set on
|When resource was last modified, set on
|a URL that can be used to address this resource
|The ETag1 of the resource
Each object is assigned a UUID. This has the format
aaaaa in the example) is the site prefix. This is unique to a specific Arvados installation.
bbbbb in the example) is the object type.
ccccccccccccccc in the example) uniquely identifies the object.
All Arvados timestamps follow ISO 8601 datetime format with fractional seconds (microsecond precision). All timestamps are UTC. Date format:
YYYY-mm-ddTHH:MM:SS.SSSSZ example date:
1 Each response includes an ETag, a string which changes when the resource changes. Clients can use this to check whether a resource has changed since they last retrieved it. If a previous ETag is provided along with a request, and the resource has not changed since, the server may return a “not modified” response.
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