GitRefUpdateStatus

Last Update: 9/26/2016

Module path: TFS/VersionControl/Contracts

Values

  • Succeeded Indicates that the ref update request was completed successfully.
  • ForcePushRequired Indicates that the ref update request could not be completed because part of the graph would be disconnected by this change, and the caller does not have ForcePush permission on the repository.
  • StaleOldObjectId Indicates that the ref update request could not be completed because the old object ID presented in the request was not the object ID of the ref when the database attempted the update. The most likely scenario is that the caller lost a race to update the ref.
  • InvalidRefName Indicates that the ref update request could not be completed because the ref name presented in the request was not valid.
  • Unprocessed The request was not processed
  • UnresolvableToCommit The ref update request could not be completed because the new object ID for the ref could not be resolved to a commit object (potentially through any number of tags)
  • WritePermissionRequired The ref update request could not be completed because the user lacks write permissions required to write this ref
  • ManageNotePermissionRequired The ref update request could not be completed because the user lacks note creation permissions required to write this note
  • CreateBranchPermissionRequired The ref update request could not be completed because the user lacks the permission to create a branch
  • CreateTagPermissionRequired The ref update request could not be completed because the user lacks the permission to create a tag
  • RejectedByPlugin The ref update could not be completed because it was rejected by the plugin.
  • Locked The ref update could not be completed because the ref is locked by another user.
  • RefNameConflict The ref update could not be completed because, in case-insensitive mode, the ref name conflicts with an existing, differently-cased ref name.
  • RejectedByPolicy The ref update could not be completed because it was rejected by policy.
  • SucceededNonExistentRef Indicates that the ref update request was completed successfully, but the ref doesn't actually exist so no changes were made. This should only happen during deletes.
  • SucceededCorruptRef Indicates that the ref update request was completed successfully, but the passed-in ref was corrupt - as in, the old object ID was bad. This should only happen during deletes.