Getting Backup Jobs
This section explains how to get a resource representation of a backup job with the specified ID.
The request header must contain an authorization token of the current session.
The following parameters must be posted as URL.
An identification number of the backup job.
The server returns the following response to the client.
A successfully completed operation returns a response code 200 (OK).
The response to this request contains the following headers. The response may also include additional standard HTTPS headers.
The length of the response body.
The media type and syntax of the response body message: application/json; charset=utf-8
Specifies the ID of the backup job.
Specifies the name of the backup job.
Specifies the description of the backup job.
Specifies the latest status of the backup job:
Specifies the time of the last run of a backup job.
Specifies the time of the next run of a backup job per the backup job schedule.
If set to True, specifies that the backup job is enabled.
Specifies the type of the backup job:
Specifies the backup job scheduling options.
If set to True, the job will run right after it is created.
Dictionary of string [key] and Object [value]
Links to related resources (navigation property).
The backup job schedule has the following properties:
Specifies the job schedule type:
Specifies the days when the backup job will run:
Specifies the time when the job will start.
Specifies the time interval between the job runs:
If set to True, indicates that a backup window feature is enabled for this job.
Specifies the job's backup window settings. A backup window is a time period within which the job must be completed.
If set to True, indicates that Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 will attempt to restart a backup job if it fails for some reason.
Specifies the number of attempts to run the backup job.
Specifies the time intervals between the job retry attempts (minutes).
The job's backup window has the following properties:
Specifies an hourly scheme for the backup window. The scheduling scheme consists of 168 boolean elements. These elements can be logically divided into 7 groups by 24. Each group represents a day of the week starting from Sunday. Each element represents a backup hour:
Specifies the current minute offset from the UTC time.
Authorization: Bearer <Access-Token>