|Any errors that ocurred during processing of the delivery.|
|The REST API URL for getting the analyses associated with the upload.|
|Name||Accessible by||Required Params||Description|
|Gets information about a SARIF upload, including the status and the URL of the analysis that was uploaded so that you can retrieve details of the analysis. For more information, see "Get a code scanning analysis for a repository." You must use an access token with the |
|Uploads SARIF data containing the results of a code scanning analysis to make the results available in a repository. You must use an access token with the |
There are two places where you can upload code scanning results.
- If you upload to a pull request, for example
- If you upload to a branch, for example
You must compress the SARIF-formatted analysis data that you want to upload, using
SARIF upload supports a maximum of 5000 results per analysis run. Any results over this limit are ignored and any SARIF uploads with more than 25,000 results are rejected. Typically, but not necessarily, a SARIF file contains a single run of a single tool. If a code scanning tool generates too many results, you should update the analysis configuration to run only the most important rules or queries.
You can use this ID to check the status of the upload by using this for the
For more information, see "Get information about a SARIF upload."