When recording any type of call record in Microsoft Teams , will the matadata of the DriveItem always include the 'source' facet?

Adz 286 Reputation points

I am manually testing starting call records and recording meetings through MS Teams. In order to determine the call record the recorded file is attached to I depend on the "source.externalId" facet to link the call record metadata to the recording drive item file.

           "source": {  
                "application": "Teams",  
                "externalId": "43ccea88-99d7-4053-bec6-2ca1243e2023",  
                "threadId": "19:meeting_NzlmZTc99UtMzQ3My00NwXJElwekwewjkejwew@thread.v2"  

I have tested this through the 'Chat', 'Teams', 'Calendar', 'Calls' tab and it seems like the "source" facet is always included in the metadata.

Does MS Teams use the same programming interface to start these call records hence the "source" facet will always be there?

Thank you

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  1. Srinivasa Rao Darna 6,711 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hello @Adz ,

    Yes, source facet for driveItem driveitemsource indicates the source of the file e.g: teams, yammer, stream.
    All Teams recordings will have this and to indicate source of the driveItem.

    Hope this helps.
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