Complete iModel creation from Baseline File by confirming that file was uploaded to file storage.
Baseline File is the base iModel file that does not have any changesets applied. For creating an iModel from a custom Baseline File see Create iModel using a Baseline File.
Authorization header with valid Bearer token for scope
For more documentation on authorization and how to get access token visit OAUTH2 Authorization page.
User must have the
imodels_manage permission assigned at the iTwin level or be an Organization Administrator for the Organization that owns a given iTwin.
An Organization Administrator must have at least one of the following roles assigned in User Management: Account Administrator, Co-Administrator, or CONNECT Services Administrator. For more information about User Management please visit our Bentley Communities Licensing, Cloud, and Web Services wiki page.
All iTwin Platform API operations have a rate limit. For more documentation on that visit Rate limits and quotas page.
This response indicates that request lacks valid authentication credentials. Access token might not been provided, issued by the wrong issuer, does not have required scopes or request headers were malformed.
User is not authorized to complete Baseline File upload.
Specified iModel was not found, it does not have an associated Baseline File entity or the file was not uploaded to the storage.
File size specified during iModel creation does not match the actual file size of the uploaded file.
The 422 (Unprocessable Entity) status code indicates that the request cannot be processed by the server due to a client error (e.g. malformed request syntax)
Container for Baseline File object.
Metadata of Baseline File of the iModel.
Hyperlinks to Briefcase related data.
Contains error information.
Gives details for an error that occurred while handling the request. Note that clients MUST NOT assume that every failed request will produce an object of this schema, or that all of the properties in the response will be non-null, as the error may have prevented this response from being constructed.