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welcome to this screencast on developing.with the Microsoft graph let me first.talk a little bit about what this.screencast is and what you can expect.from it before we start diving into the.content this screencast is a going to.accompany a hands-on lab and a training.module that you can take advantage of.that goes along with everything you're.gonna find in this screencast.specifically you're gonna find in this.screencast is really going to be a.example of someone presenting the.content from the training module as a.way for you to learn how you could train.use this module and delivering it to a.different user group or to at a.conference however you can also use it.as self-paced learning now the way that.this module is set up is that it's.broken up into a series of a couple.different sections we'll go through each.one of them in just a few minutes each.one of these sections is going to finish.with a demonstration now the.demonstration we don't walk through the.entire step of creating the application.or walking through the steps of writing.all the code instead we look at the.final solution that has already been.built and kind of picked through the.code and pick through the important.parts that you should take advantage of.or you need to take note of and we'll.see it working as well if you want to go.through and you want to build the.application you want to see how it's.being built then what we will recommend.that you do is go check out the hands-on.lab that accompanies this module because.the hands-on lab each of the exercises.maps to one of the demos inside of this.screencast that you're going to see so.if you want to see how to build it you.want to walk through the steps you can.walk through the hands-on lab exercise.that accompanies this module and get to.the exact same place that we're showing.you here in the screencast instead we're.not going to show in the screencast all.the individual steps of creating the.application and part of that is because.things change on a rapid cadence and the.lab is gonna have the most updated steps.and dependencies and stuff that you're.going to need the screencast is more or.less showing you how the thing works or.how the final solution works so that's.how you can learn more about taking.advantage of this content and how we've.all have we've structured this let's go.ahead and dive into the actual module.itself.in this module we're going to look at.change notifications and how we can.leverage them with the Microsoft graph.office 365 developer vision focuses on.the users experience and their data and.as a developer you can bring your.application into the user experience.with over 1.2 billion users of office.worldwide this is a huge opportunity to.provide a window into your application.as well as being able to connect into.their data and add intelligence to your.application there are currently over 850.million events created each month in a.total of over 400 petabytes of data.stored in the service that can add value.for your users the Microsoft graph is.the gateway to your data in the.Microsoft cloud as you see there from.the bottom of the list we've got a lot.of different services and data types.that we can actually take advantage of.from office 365 and Microsoft and it's.all considered part of the Microsoft 365.platform we can work with mail and.calendar contacts tasks we can work with.content inside of SharePoint sites and.lists files inside of onedrive things.inside of Microsoft teams think users.inside of Azure Active Directory there's.so many different things that we can.take advantage of the nice thing here is.that each one of these different.services usually has its own API where.we can talk to these different services.to get the data out it can be.challenging to go get the data from all.these individual services as they each.have their own endpoints they may have.their own permissions and that also.means that with their different access.control that we have in talking to these.different services using an OAuth style.authentication via Azure Active.Directory that means that each one of.these different endpoints is going to.have to require their own access token.one of the nice things about the service.called the Microsoft graph is that the.Microsoft graph is going to serve as a.proxy endpoint to all of these other.different services it's going to in.cover encompass things such as office.365 Windows 10 and enterprise mobility.and security and it brings all of these.different services under one top-level.service called graph Microsoft comm the.advantage to using the Microsoft graph.is that it's going to allow you to just.have a single point resource which means.you're only going to need a single.access.to be able to talk to all these.different services they still have their.own individual permissions or as we.refer to them as scopes so that.everything is still secured in a very.individual way but this makes it easier.for developers to build applications.let's talk about change notifications.with the Microsoft graph API these are.gonna allow applications to be notified.when data changes or is created in the.Microsoft graph you're gonna be able to.subscribe to particular notifications so.for example I want to be notified when a.user object has been updated or when a.new file has been added to onedrive.you're also gonna have to renew.subscriptions for notifications as.needed as they're gonna have an.expiration date or expiration time.associated with them and if you don't do.anything to renew them they will.eventually expire so you will have to.keep track of this and make sure that.you renew your subscriptions you can.combine these notifications that you.receive from the Microsoft graph with.track changes for a very robust date of.a notification infrastructure that you.can set up in your application now the.development story of this can be a.little bit challenging because you do.have to stand up a well-known and.accessible HTTP secured endpoint in.order to receive the notifications but.using a free tool called in grok is.going to really simplify the developer.experience and that's what we're gonna.use inside this lab we're inside the.demos that you'll see inside of this.module now what can you get.notifications for you can get.notifications on messages events.contacts users groups conversations.onedrive files and alerts endpoints now.this is going to allow you to stay up to.date and in sync with data that is.accessible via the Microsoft graph it's.also going to allow you to avoid a.polling infrastructure that you would.then pull the Microsoft graph at regular.intervals to get all the most recent.changes you can instead just respond and.go back to the Microsoft graph asking.for changes when a notification is sent.to you this way you'll never miss a.change of data that is exposed or is.accessible via the Microsoft graph let's.look at a couple different example.notification scenarios let's say for.example when.email comes in maybe I want to translate.it from its native language over to.another language and make it easier for.the consumer to be able to read that.email maybe I want to start a Microsoft.flow when a document is X many months.old or maybe or I want to create a new.user account inside of my application.when a new user joins an organization.for example let's say I'm using some.third-party time tracking service or I'm.using a third-party CRM system when a.new user is added to our organization.maybe I want to automatically go create.that user inside of this external.service and then I could send them an.email and say that their new account has.been set up what is the process for.doing this well the process you're going.to follow is that you're first gonna.create an app and this is going to be.your application that's going to run.somewhere that's going to implement some.sort of an API at HTTP API and what that.is is that it's going to be the thing.that's going to not only trigger the.request for the subscription but do.subscription management and respond or.receive any notifications so you're.going to then subscribe to notifications.so you'll add code to this application.to subscribe to notifications when.something happens like when user data.changes that's what we're gonna do in.our scenario and then you're going to.need to also listen for changes or for.these notifications whenever the.Microsoft craft notifies you of those.particular changes in this first demo.we're going to create a dotnet core.application that's going to handle the.creation of our subscription to be.notified when things change on a user in.other demos that you'll see we'll have.additional things that we will end up.doing as well but let's take a look at.this demo first again just like other.Microsoft craft training modules that we.have here we're going to look at a built.solution and we're gonna see how to.configure it in order for it to work if.you want to and that's mostly for the.interest of time if you would like to go.through the steps of creating this.application from scratch look at the.training module that is associated with.this screencast within there you will.find a hands-on lab that will walk you.through all the steps for creating this.app.location from scratch we don't show that.inside the screencast because all things.change with different technology.dependencies and versions and packages.and so the video instead of letting the.video get out of sync really quick or.out of to be out of date really quick.instead we're going to keep the hands-on.lab updated and you can refer to the.hands-on lab to walk through those.specific scenarios it also has the built.solutions in there for each one of the.demos that we're showing you in the.screencast but let's go ahead and dive.into the demo in this first demo we're.going to see how to set up our.application with our ad authentication.as I explained in the in the previous.section this we're not walking through.all the steps of creating the.application from scratch instead what.we're doing is we're focusing on the.application that's already been built.and I'm gonna highlight specific pieces.of it if you want to see how to build.this application what I would recommend.that you do is to go to the module that.is associated with this screencast and.inside of that you will find a hands-on.lab that has a step-by-step process of.how to do everything I'm showing you in.all these demos and again we do that so.that the videos don't become outdated.very quickly and instead we can update.the labs with all the latest.dependencies and such so the first thing.I'm going to do is I'm going to create a.new azure ad directory or specifically.I'm going to create a new I'm gonna.create a new Azure Azure ad application.that we can use inside of our.application.so what I'm gonna do is go to Azure.Active Directory and then I'm going to.go to a preju stration z-- and I'm gonna.create a new application so I'm going to.select new registration and I'm going to.call this on my graph notification.tutorial and I can choose any of these.different options here I'm gonna in this.case I'm going to choose will use ending.directory and personal accounts this.really doesn't it doesn't really matter.I'm going to choose in this case here.but this will let me use any kind of a.login that I want to use in this case.now in addition a little bit farther.down it's kind of hard to see here I can.set up a redirect and so what I'm gonna.do for my read.is I'm just going to go ahead and say.HTTP colon slash slash localhost like.that I'll just start with localhost and.then I'm gonna go ahead and select.register now what I'm gonna want to do.is I'm going to make sure that I grab.both the client ID and I'm also gonna.want to grab the directory or the tenant.ideas I might need that later I'm just.gonna paste these in a separate notepad.instance or in other text instance for.reference later you'll see where we need.that in just a bit.but one of the things I'm going to need.to do here is I'm gonna need to set up a.client secret so I'm gonna come over.here to certificates and secrets and.then I'm going to choose create a new.secret and so this one will just say.it's only good for we'll just call this.my primary secret and I'll say add and.it said go ahead and create a new secret.now it's important when it shows me the.secret to scroll down a bit it's.important that I copy this right now.because I will never see this again it.will go away so a period even says.you'll never be able to retrieve it.I can always create another one and.delete this one if I want to but in this.case here I'm gonna go ahead and copy.these I'm gonna need access to this.later now the next thing I want to do is.let's grab our applications some.permissions now I could do this with the.delegated or the dynamic permissions but.or dynamic consent but I'm just gonna.define it here instead so I'm going to.say API permissions I'm going to add a.new permission and in our case I'm going.to add a application permission so.select Microsoft graph application.permission and I'm gonna find the.permission user dot read dot write dot.all and that is down here a little bit.off-screen there we go I want this one.right here so I'll select that one and.I'll say alright the permission and it's.you see here that I'm getting this.message here that it's not granted for.this tenant even though I selected it as.a only or an application permission so.what I'm going to do is come down here.and I'm gonna say grant admin for this.scope so I'll say go ahead and can.to it and say yes and so now I've.granted both of these permissions for.this application so now we're we're in.pretty good shape now the next thing.that I want to do is I need to get my.little developer environment set up so.what a minute is come over here to my.command prompt and we're going to use a.tool called Engram now what in grok does.is it creates a well well-known URL HTTP.based URL at the in grok website and it.will any any traffic that it receives it.will be redirected to my local machine.through like a little reverse proxy tool.making my life a lot easier so what I'm.gonna say is I'm just going to do in.grok dot HTTP 5,000 and so what that.does is that now I've got this URL right.here or this HTTP URL right here that's.gonna redirect to my localhost.5,000 and so that's gonna make my.developer experience just a little bit.easier and I'm not gonna have to do a.whole lot of stuff here so what I've.done is I have an application that's.already been created so I've got this.application that I created it's an.asp.net core application and now that.I've got this created let's go in and.let's configure this I need to go ahead.and configure it and set up the settings.for my app so in this app settings I.need to specify a couple different.values so I need to specify the ID of my.application which we copied from Azure.ad so I'll put that in I'm going to need.the directory for Azure ad as well so.I'll grab that from the tenant ID I have.my secret that I'm going to grab as well.and then I also need the in grok URL so.let me grab the in grok URL that is.right here like that alright so now I've.got everything all set up for my.application now let's take a look at.what this application does over here.under the controllers so I have.very simple controller cell called the.notification controller and in my.notification controller if I go to slash.API slash notifications.what I'm going to do is on a simple HTTP.GET that is going to create a new it's.going to create an instance of the graph.client will see how to get that in just.a minute and that after it gets to the.graph client it's gonna say marks off.graph dot subscription it's gonna create.a new subscription or gonna create a.subscription for the updated event on.users that expires in fifteen minutes.and this is where I want you to submit.the notification to so's use my inner.arc URL slash API slash notifications.and then right here will go to client.state that I'm then going to use the.graph client to create go to our.subscriptions endpoint create a new.request and submit that request and.that's gonna then return back to me the.subscription ID that I created now when.I get a post that comes back to me let.me open this up a bit me easier to look.at when I get a post that comes back so.it's gonna issue a post back to this.same endpoint my notifications.controller I may get this note this.validation token this is what you're.always gonna get on the very first.request or response I guess it's a.request when you create the subscription.so I'm gonna get this validation token.on the URL on the query string as a URL.parameter and I'm going to check to see.did I get one and if I did then what I.need to do is I need to return that back.in the body of the request the graph is.gonna be looking for that response and.if I respond with that value it that.same value that was in the validation.token then I should be good and we see.here we're gonna write that out to the.console too so we can see it actually.get created that's gonna tell the graph.that this end point is a valid and live.endpoint and you can use that to send.notifications to so in the future when a.user changes because again that's what I.said I wanted tell me when a user.changes farther down I'm going to say.that if that has if all of this has.already happened or this is not the case.so if I don't have this validation token.going on then what I'm gonna do is.handle the notification so I'm going to.the body of the request read the whole.thing in and I'm going to deserialize it.into this notification object and what.it does is it could give me a collection.of notifications so I'm simply going to.write out I got a notification now the.simple part then or the the part that I.skipped over a little bit earlier was I.created a new instance of the graph.client so up here I created an instance.of the graph client and if I scroll down.where did I how did I do that.well all I did here in the graph client.was I created Newton since the graph.client using the delegated.authentication provider passing in the.request message for the callback and I'm.simply gonna say go get an access token.we'll see what that code looks like in a.minute once I get the access token I'm.simply going to include that the request.headers I'm simply going to include that.in the access token so that's going to.go through and create a new graph client.and I'm going to return back the this.this message that came back to me so.this this the response for that it for.the message to get the access token now.this is using the Microsoft.authentication library the GA version of.it generally available version of it and.that's how I'm creating the instance of.McGrath client then farther down how am.I getting the access token.I'm simply create an instance of a.confidential client I'm passing in the.ID of my application and I'm passing in.the secret the authority I'm looking for.with using the actual directory of my.azure ad directory and then the redirect.URI I'm just putting this daemon in here.this doesn't really matter.so much in this case because what.doesn't matter and then I'm gonna go.build it up I'm gonna tell the Scopes.that I want so just give me all the.default scopes which are the ones that.we've already I've already requested and.then I'm gonna go through and say go.acquire the token for the client passing.in these scopes execute a sync and.that's how I'm getting my access token.so let's see this guy run so the way I.can see this run is if I then inside of.vs code I'm going to come over here to.debug and I'm gonna choose play so it's.gonna go ahead and build it everything.built it's loading and at some point.it's going to tell us there yeah the.application has loaded now so it's now.listening on to from pores so HTTP.localhost 5,000 so that's we want now.let's come over back over to our browser.and let's create a new subscription so.I'm going to go to HTTP localhost colon.5,000 slash API slash notifications now.when I do this it should go through and.submit a request to the Microsoft graph.to create a new subscription we will get.a request back to our application.alright we'll get a request back to our.application that is gonna have the.validation token on it and when that is.responded back to the Microsoft graph.the graph should then create our.subscription and we should now be have.our subscription created oh now we're.just waiting for to finish so a couple.things to look at here come over here.you'll see I have no requests to my.endpoint I should see ideally I should.see two in just a minute I should see a.get request and I should see a I should.see a get request and I should also see.a post where the post give me the.validation request so let's go through.and move this over a little bit so we.can see those come in so let's go and.run this s-http.so there are get was received and then.there's our post so we made our post.that post came back and there is our.subscription that was created now if I.come back over here to vs code I should.be able to see inside of the application.we have a log in here so here we can see.inside our console where we're actually.getting our validation token so you can.see the validation token that we receive.is listed right here so now let's try.and trigger the notification to actually.kick off so what I'm going to do now.this has been running for a couple.minutes I'm going to go over to one of.my users so let's go over here to Azure.ad and I'm gonna go to one of my users.so let's find our users and I'm gonna.find let's do Adel and I'm going to edit.Adel and I'm going to change her office.location so let's do scroll over scroll.down let's find her office location.let's change her to two two two two two.two so I'm gonna go ahead and save my.changes and we hopefully should see a.notification show up within just a.minute or so what we'll do is we'll also.open up vs code because it's gonna write.it out to the console here we can see a.couple notifications have been received.so you can see I've received a few.notifications right here and what I did.is what we were waiting actually created.I made changes to a couple different.users because sometimes it takes for the.first time you create this takes a few.seconds forward to get going but I.created a couple notifications for a.couple different users so you can see.here there's the change type what was.updated the client state came back to me.and now we're seeing users actually.getting updated here inside of our.application so in this demo what you saw.was how we configured our application in.order to respond to creative.subscription and to receive.notifications from the Microsoft graph.when users were actually updated so in.future demos we're going to see how to.do additional things in this section.we're going to look at how we can manage.the notification lifecycle with the.micro.and specifically we need to understand.how to deal with renewing the.subscription so we're gonna first talk.about subscribing to the notifications.with the Microsoft graph so the first.thing that we're gonna want to do is.we're gonna want to create an azure ad.application with the correct permissions.that we're gonna need for things like.say for the different notifications so.in our case maybe it's mail dot read in.our case it would be actually user dot.read to find out the things that happen.on a user I'm then gonna need to get an.access token for the Microsoft graph and.then I'm gonna create a notification and.by submitting a request to create a.notification to the Microsoft graph for.the notification we want to receive for.example if a mail is received or if a.user is updated and then when that.happens what the Microsoft graph will do.is it will immediately make a call back.to the endpoint that we're registering.in our subscription and it's going to.require us to respond within a certain.amount of time to tell the Microsoft.graph that this subscription endpoint is.alive it is alive and well and there's a.process where you pull something off of.the query string and you simply respond.back with it in the body of the request.and that essentially tells the Microsoft.graph that you have a working API on.your side that is responding to these.notifications you then are then also.going to need to set up some.infrastructure to monitor your.subscriptions and make sure that things.don't expire so different endpoints or.different entities have different.subscription lifetime maximum is.maximized lifetimes so let's just say.one of them like say getting a change.notification on a user is only going to.be valid for three days or let's just.say three hours your subscription will.be good for three hours but then after.that three hours the subscription will.automatically be purged from the system.it won't be it won't send you any more.notifications so what you're gonna want.to do is have some sort of a process.that is going to reach out to the.subscriptions endpoint and make sure.that your subscription is not expired or.is not going to expire in a certain.amount of time is the logic is up to you.how you define it and if it is going to.expire.you can simply renew the subscription.for another three hours from where you.are so you just need to make sure and.keep track of that on your side to.ensure that the subscriptions are valid.every single time and notification is.kicked off it does tell you what.subscription is it's it's it was.triggered the notification and when the.subscription expires so that's one.option that you can use to just wait for.the notifications to come in but in the.Katyn it like in the example I just gave.you a minute ago now what happens if the.subscription if you don't get a.notification for say five hours well.then the subscription you know would.have expired and so you really wouldn't.have gotten you would even gotten that.notification you would have just missed.it altogether if you were using the.notification process as your check for.the renewing of your subscriptions so.generally the pattern we see people do.with this is you set up one process to.watch the subscriptions and another.process is listening for the.notifications you can do them in the.same process but a lot of people do them.in two separate processes so here's an.example for making a request for user.updates so I'm creating a subscription.here and my time doing that by doing an.HTTP POST to the subscriptions endpoint.on the graph REST API passing in my.authorization header and the payload for.the request is I'm asking for the change.type to be updated so let me know when a.user is updated specifically how do I.know it's a user that I'm looking for.well you see the resources section it's.saying look at the resource of slice.users so whenever a user is updated.that's what I want to know the.notification URL that is where should.the HTTP POST from the Microsoft graph.be sent to and so I want you to send it.to right here and then the expiration.date and time is me saying here's what I.want this subscription to expire now.you have to look at the documentation.for the resources you're talking to and.ensure that the one that you're.specifying that the expiration date is.far enough in advance that is still.inside.the maximum window of what supported now.that last bit there that you see about.the client states the second option in.the payload that is any value that you.want to put in there so I'm just saying.secret client state but it can be.anything you want and what the advantage.here is that it's going to allow you to.put some sort of a key in there to make.sure that somebody else hasn't created.some subscription to a resource and is.trying to flood you with those requests.so you can check that to ensure that.this is something that you specified so.maybe you put your own good in there or.your own ID in there the Microsoft graph.will just include that when it sends it.back to you to make sure that you get.the request now let's talk about.subscription expiration so the maximum.subscription length for most resources.is three days now you're going to want.to update the subscription before it.expires because once it expires it's.gone you will then continue to get.notifications while the subscription is.is valid and active so how do you go.about renewing a subscription well.you're gonna issue an HTTP patch to the.subscription itself and you do that by.going to the subscriptions endpoint and.then slash the ID of the subscription.when you created the subscription the.Microsoft graph will give you back the.gooood of your new subscriptions you.create that you can keep track of and so.here I'm using the authorization header.and then as we saw before but then the.payload for this is just the new date.and time that I want the expiration or.the subscription to be valid until so a.couple things about your subscription.management endpoints you can create a.subscription and you can update a.subscription we saw how to do both of.those things and then to learn more.about them you can also say give me a.list of all my subscriptions or give me.a specific subscription or delete a.subscription if you no longer want to be.notified now in this next demo what.we're going to do is we're gonna update.our application that we looked at in the.previous demo and what this one's going.to do is we're going to add in some.subscription lifestyle changes to our.application and so specifically what.this means is that we're gonna add in.the renewal process and.side of our application so let's take a.look at this now in this demo we are.going to build off of our previous.application that we created and we're.gonna add an additional capability for a.timer to run in the background that is.going to ensure that our subscriptions.never expire.again this is demo code because you PI.don't want to put everything running off.timers inside the process because if.this code crashes for any reason or the.process is recycled well there's nothing.the timer doesn't exist anymore and so.we would be losing our subscription so.you would want some external service to.be doing this like using SE and as your.function so what have I done so what.I've done here is I've added in a new.capability so where we have our under.our post here we have a new capability.here called check subscriptions and so.what check subscriptions is going to do.is we have our auto reset event and what.this is going to do is this is gonna.walk through all the subscriptions that.we currently have right that we.currently know about and it's going to.look at the expiration date and time for.the subscription and it's going to add.on two minutes to the expiration so if.or if it's going excuse me it's go if it.expires in within the next two minutes.then I want to renew the subscription so.if I scroll down a little bit here how.do we renew it well I'm simply gonna go.good a graph client I'm gonna change the.expiration date and add five more.minutes to it and then I'm simply going.to issue a another request that I want.to go with the Microsoft graph I want to.update this subscription with this new.object and it will renew that.subscription and write that out on the.console so one thing that we have.changed here if I scroll up a bit you.can see that I've changed the.subscription lifetime to just five.minutes now so I've shortened things up.a little bit so let's go go ahead and.run this and let's see how this works so.I'm gonna come over here get this.started alright so here we go now it's.up and running so I'm gonna do is come.back over here to the browser and I'm.gonna refresh this page this is just.going.do another get request to create a new.subscription so notice that the.subscription here is set for they get.719 at GMT so 719 so what I want to do.is this should we have to wait a minute.and through the magic of video editing.what I'm going to do is I'm going to I'm.going to skip ahead here and wait for.this to happen so notice I'm doing a.check for the subscriptions and it's.gonna do a check every once in a while.to see if the subscription is gonna.expire so here you can see I just.checked the subscription again some more.logging stuff is happening in the.console we just wait another minute and.we'll see it checked as a single.subscription again alright so now we see.it's checked it again what I'm gonna do.now is we're just gonna do the magic of.video editing I'm gonna skip ahead to.when we're within that two-minute window.of the subscription to be about expire.so let's skip ahead for a second so we.just saw a subscription that was about.to expire so notice here that we've got.a bunch of checks that were happening.and then this last check right here we.can see that it was gonna expire pretty.soon so in this case it was at 3:17 in.17 seconds and it checked the seat.checking this subscription the.expiration was supposed to be at 719 and.oh nine so this is the time tant stamps.are a little off because of time zones.but you can see that's at 17 minutes and.17 seconds at 17 19 minutes in 9 seconds.so it said we need to renew it so here's.what it did it went through and it.renewed that subscription and the new.expiration is now at 22 minutes past the.hour.in 17 seconds it's no longer at 19.minutes past the hour in nine seconds so.we can see we've now got this automated.renewal of our subscription so in this.demo you saw how to create another.process that was going to be monitoring.for our subscription notification that.needs to it needs to be updated now on a.periodic basis to make sure it doesn't.expire on us so in the next demo next.section we're going to talk about how we.can also leverage change notifications.with the Delta query in this last.section we're going to talk about.tracking changes with the Microsoft.graph and specifically we're going to.look at how we can leverage another.capability inside of.are inside of our existing application.to make this a really robust solution.the way that you can track changes the.graph is that it allows you when you.make a request to the Microsoft graph.there's an endpoint that you can go to.our way that you can make a request to.say give me a list of everything that's.changed since I last requested it and.you can do this for messages or email.messages groups users and events so like.events in a calendar now the way you're.gonna do this is by leveraging the Delta.function so this is also referred to as.the Delta query and what you're going to.end up doing here is you're gonna store.the return Delta link for a future.request so the way it works is you make.your first request and when you make.that first request you are going to go.to the Delta link and it's going to give.or the Delta endpoint for let's just say.I want all my users it'll give you a.list of everything that's let's say is.everybody that's that's changed I want.to get I'm doing my query for all my.users and get a delta link of all the.users and it will give me a list of all.the users inside my tenant because it's.the first request I'm making so there's.no there's no there's nothing to like to.base it off of from the first request.inside of that response there will be a.property called Delta link and that's.going to be the new URL that I should.use the next time around want to make.the request and so that's got something.inside the URL that is kind of a.timestamp or a change token that says.that when graph gets that second request.it's gonna know that it needs to get.everything since this last time you can.also use the dollar select property or.argument URL parameter to narrow what.changes you're specifically looking for.so here's how this works.you're gonna issue your first request.let's say for all my users I'm going to.say get all of the users by going to the.graph Microsoft comm slash users.endpoint and then I put on the slash.Delta on the end of the URL and so here.I'm gonna get a response now we're gonna.get a bunch of users back but the.important thing that I want you to focus.on is that at OData Delta link property.and that's got a nice long URL and.notice inside that URL there's a Skip.token.and that skip token is what the graph is.going to use the next time it gets this.request it uses that to figure out that.I made a request at the request if you.see at the top of the page and so that.will give me only the changes that.happen since then now you can use change.notifications and track changes both.together so change notifications is.going to notify me when something.changes instead of me basing my change.off of the just the request that's being.submitted so when the graph says hey.this user got updated instead of me.going back to just get that specific.user.I should instead leverage the Delta.query to say let's go get all the.changes that happen so what I would do.is the first time I make my request I'm.going to say give me all my list in the.case of the demo that we're gonna look.at in a minute I'm gonna say give me a.list of all my users the first time it.makes that request and when it gets the.Delta when it gets the response back I'm.gonna save the Delta query and then I'm.subscribed as notifications for new.changes or new users added to my my.directory when a notification is.received that says a new user a user has.been created or user has been updated.what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna go grab.that Delta query I'm simply gonna use.that as the trigger to grab the Delta.link that I had before make that request.back to the graph and say give me a list.of everything that's changed and then I.save that new query now the advantage to.this is that if by chance I missed a.notification for some reason right it.means that you know if I had if for some.reason my code failed in my notification.engine or something else happened my.service was restarting then what this.does is this make sure that I'm not.going to miss any changes I'm always.going to get all the changes I could.also add at a regular interval a very.long interval another call that I kind.of simulate that event to be 100%.certain that no changes were actually.missed so maybe I say once every two.days or once every day go run the Delta.query again even though I haven't been.notified there's any changes let's just.check and see if there were any changes.and that way I'm not only listening for.when changes action.I'm double-checking on it as well so.when they're when I notify those changes.I go fetch those changes and then just.in case once every two days I I say hey.is I missed anything and any.notifications were dropped and it also.helps if the notification if the service.had missed anything as well so in this.last demo we're going to implement that.kind of functionality in the existing.application that we've been working on.so let's take a look at that in the last.demo for this module what we're gonna.look at is how we can take advantage of.the Delta query and what that's going to.do is that that's gonna give us a list.of all the changes that have happened.since the last time our code ran so let.me show you the code that I've.implemented for this so now I have a.check for updates section so let's come.down and find our check for updates.there you go check for updates so what.is this gonna do check for updates is.gonna call get graph client and it's.gonna call it to get a graph client and.then I'm gonna go through and call the.get users once I get the users I'm gonna.pass in also a delta link now we'll see.where that comes into play in just a.minute I'm gonna get a list of all my.users and just write them up to the.console so all output users does is just.write all these users we collected out.of the console now when I call get users.what does that do well what get users is.going to do is I can pass in the graph.client and a delta link so what I check.to see is am I currently on the last.page is the last page equal to null and.if the last page is equal to null that.I'm going to do is go get a list of all.of my users and hand them back to this.page object all right now if and then.down here a little bit farther skip the.else statement I'm gonna set last page.equal to the page and return that back.so that's the page of all of my users.that's a collection of Delta of users.from the Delta query now this is what's.gonna happen on the very first requests.I'm gonna get all my users but the.second time that I do that you notice.here that I'm passing in the Delta link.so I'm gonna check to see I'm not on my.last page so I'm going to say is.the last page I'm going to initialize.the next page request passing in the get.graph client and I'm gonna pass in the.delta link as well and then that's gonna.say called last page get the next page.request and that's going to go through.and hand us back all the data so what I.want to do here what this is doing is.when I say this last page thing this is.I'm only getting like a certain number.of users back so if I have a thousand.users in my organization I'm not gonna.get all thousand back on the first time.the Delta link is gonna be on the very.last page of data so what this is doing.is this is gonna numerate through all of.the all the users until I get to the.very last user and once I get to that.very last user that's where it's going.to give me the that's where I'm going to.get the last page of results for the.user so I'm just gonna say go next page.next page next page until I get to the.very end and then that's the page that I.want to return back.so once I've returned that page back on.get user so that's what this is right.here and I write that I write out the.all the users then it says let's go.through all the pages so that we can get.the delta link on the very last page so.I'm gonna run through all of those and.then when I get to the very end I'm.gonna keep writing out all of those.users but then I'm gonna check to see on.the last page so now I'm currently on.the last page I'm gonna say users dot.additional data I'm gonna try and get.the Delta link I'm gonna get that value.back and I'm gonna save that inside of a.global property on my on this controller.which I've defined right here.there's my Delta link right here so the.next time the request comes in for to.get users so get let's check in the.subscription check for updates there we.go so check for updates I'm gonna call.get users again with the graft client.and the delta link and that's what's.gonna give me all of the users that have.happened that have changed since the.last request so let's see this in action.so I'm gonna come over here and start.this up alright so the first time that.we run this.I scroll up first time they rerun this.it's gonna create the subscription and.once it does that it should go fetch all.of our users the first time that we make.a change and we see a list of all of our.users so here we going to see checking.the subscriptions this is the renewal.process let's go back over to the.browser and let's go modify a user and.I'm going to do this through the.Microsoft admin portal so I'm going to.go to adele vance again and i'm going to.say we're going to change.Adele's office to all 7s we're gonna put.her in building 20 nicer building I know.we'll save my changes so when I do that.let's come back over here to the console.keep an eye on this this should notify.us and the we're gonna do a fetch and.the the it's gonna trigger the request.to go get all the users and we're gonna.see a whole bunch of users show up now.the reason why we're gonna see a lot of.users show up is because the very first.request we make we don't have the Delta.query and so we're saying give us all.the users we don't care about anything.that has changed since our last request.because there was no last request.so when this when we receive our.notification of that change we should.see a list of all of our users get.displayed nope and it went really quick.on us so here you can see that we.received a change notification scroll up.a little past all these users so we.received our notification there we go.something was something updated this.user got updated and the first request.we made scroll past it was get to got a.list of all of these users in our.organization and wrote all these users.out now here's where it gets interesting.let's go make a change to two users.really quick so I'm gonna come over here.back to the browser and see if I can do.this quick remember can change to Adam.wallet and we're gonna go back to Adele.van't or will do let's see we'll do aldo.Moeller so let's come over here and when.manage contact info and we're going to.change his office location to building.or to room through 4,000.and while that's been done let's come.over here so you can get this other one.done in time.and let's put him in office 20 to 5,000.and save our changes now let's come back.over here to the console and let's see.when that notification gets received the.Delta query should only when it fetches.for all of our users that have changed.it should only show two users instead of.all of our users again because this time.we're on the second call from the first.call we made with our Delta query and.this just we just have to wait for a.notification to show up and here we go.we can see that the notification just.got received so we got a notification.that something changed and when we made.our request.we only saw two users come back from the.Delta query request because we are only.interested in the changes that have.happened since our first request and so.in this case here you saw this is a.really good pattern where you use the.notifications to trigger using the Delta.query you don't rely on the.notifications to tell you which item.changed just that something changed and.then rely on Delta query to get all the.changes again as we talked about in the.demo a few minutes ago or in the slides.a few minutes ago the other thing that.we would consider doing in this case is.to probably add yet a scheduled process.that ran once every day or two that said.give me all the changes anyway using the.same Delta query and don't just rely on.the notifications and so that's that.demo here now shows you how to do this.cool implementation with the Microsoft.graph using Delta query and change.notifications now we've reached the end.of this screencast for this module.you've seen a lot about how to do.development with the Microsoft graph.based on the topic that we've covered.here keep in mind that everything you.saw here inside the screencast is.companies a training module where you.can find slides and hands-on labs and.all the final solutions that we showed.you in the demos inside this screencast.so if you want to learn more I recommend.you check out the module associated with.this screencast again if you remember.the demonstrations that we showed you in.this screencast they don't walk you.through every single step of building.the application rather we just look at.the final solution that we've built and.we see it running which you can expect.to see.if you want to see how to go about.building a solution just like this go.look at the hands-on lab exercise that.accompanies this module because each of.the demos corresponds with a specific.exercise from the hands-on lab so we.have steps where you can walk through.each one of these things again one of.the reasons we don't do the all the.individual steps in the screencast is.because things change on a very rapid.cadence in this new cloud world and.different dependencies change version.numbers change maybe a couple steps and.screen caps are gonna change as well in.the hands-on lab so we keep the hands-on.labs updated every couple months but the.videos we get out of date really quick.if we try to to do that so to save a.little bit of time we've just showed you.the final solution and we maintain the.hands-on labs that you can take.advantage of I hope you got a lot out of.this but a lot of other training modules.associated with the Microsoft graph that.I'd recommend that you definitely take a.look at we've also got a couple.additional links here that are at the.end of the slides in the training module.where you could use to learn more about.this technology so again hope you get a.lot out of this and you enjoyed this.screencast thank you very much for.taking the time to watch it.

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