The "assetlinks" collection of methods.
Send a bundle of statement checks in a single RPC to minimize latency and service load. Statements need not be all for the same source and/or target. We recommend using this method when you need to check more than one statement in a short period of time.
Determines whether the specified (directional) relationship exists between the specified source and target
assets. The relation describes the intent of the link between the two assets as claimed by the source asset.
An example for such relationships is the delegation of privileges or permissions. This command is most often
used by infrastructure systems to check preconditions for an action. For example, a client may want to know
if it is OK to send a web URL to a particular mobile app instead. The client can check for the relevant
asset link from the website to the mobile app to decide if the operation should be allowed. A note about
security: if you specify a secure asset as the source, such as an HTTPS website or an Android app, the API
will ensure that any statements used to generate the response have been made in a secure way by the owner of
that asset. Conversely, if the source asset is an insecure HTTP website (that is, the URL starts with
http:// instead of
https://), the API cannot verify its statements securely, and it is not possible to
ensure that the website's statements have not been altered by a third party. For more information, see the
Digital Asset Links technical design
A base abstract class for Digitalassetlinks requests.
The Digitalassetlinks Service.
The "statements" collection of methods.
Retrieves a list of all statements from a given source that match the specified target and statement string.
The API guarantees that all statements with secure source assets, such as HTTPS websites or Android apps,
have been made in a secure way by the owner of those assets, as described in the Digital Asset Links
you should consider that for insecure websites (that is, where the URL starts with
http:// instead of
https://), this guarantee cannot be made. The
List command is most useful in cases where the API client
wants to know all the ways in which two assets are related, or enumerate all the relationships from a
particular source asset. Example: a feature that helps users navigate to related items. When a mobile app is
running on a device, the feature would make it easy to navigate to the corresponding web site or Google+
Data format for response.
V1 error format.