Mobile Symbolication API - GET files for an app version

Gets the metadata of the symbolication file belonging to the specified app version. There always can exist only one file per os and version.

The request produces an application/json payload.

GET
  • Managed https://{your-domain}/e/{your-environment-id}/api/config/v1/symfiles/{applicationId}/{packageName}/{os}/{versionCode}/{versionName}
  • SaaS https://{your-environment-id}.live.dynatrace.com/api/config/v1/symfiles/{applicationId}/{packageName}/{os}/{versionCode}/{versionName}

Parameters

Parameter Type Description In Required
applicationId string

The application id used in Dynatrace for the mobile application to be queried

path required
packageName string

The CFBundleIdentifier (iOS) or the package name (Android) which identifies the app to be queried

path required
os string

The operating system for which the file should be displayed.

The os element can hold these values.
path required
versionCode string

The version code (Android) / CFBundleVersion (iOS) of the file to be retrieved

path required
versionName string

The version name (Android) / CFBundleShortVersionString (iOS) of the file to be retrieved

path required

Possible values

Possible values for the os element:

  • ANDROID
  • IOS
  • TVOS

Response format

The SymbolFile object

Element Type Description
applicationName string

The name of the application this file belongs to

size integer

The size of the file in KB

appId AppIdentifier

The appId, the app version and the bundle id which uniquely identify the app

uploadTimestamp integer

The timestamp of the upload time of the file, in UTC milliseconds

pinned boolean

Is the file pinned and therefore cannot be deleted.

The AppIdentifier object

Element Type Description
id string

The id where the file belongs to

versionCode string

The version code (Android) / bundle version (iOS) the file belongs to

versionName string

The version name (Android) / bundle versions string (iOS) the file belongs to

packageName string

The bundleId (iOS) or package name (Android) the file belongs to

os string

The operating system where the file belongs to