If it seems that the app data does not transition within a certain time frame, please check the following items and make sure that: Windows. Application Data Container roaming Settings = Windows.
Application Data Container container = local Settings.
**Important note about app data: **The lifetime of the app data is tied to the lifetime of the app. If a user uninstalls an app, its roaming data isn't automatically removed from the cloud, it's preserved.
If the app is removed, all of the app data will be lost as a consequence. This example creates a file named To open and read a file in the local app data store, use the file APIs, such as Windows. If the user reinstalls the app within the time interval, the roaming data is synchronized from the cloud.
To retrieve the local app data store, use the Application Data. Application Data Container local Settings = Windows. If app data does not transition as expected, it is likely that the device has been temporarily restricted.
Local Settings property to get the app's local settings as an Application Data Container object. Local Folder property to get the files in a Storage Folder object. Local Cache Folder property to get the folder in the local app data store where you can save files that are not included in backup and restore. Waiting for some time will usually resolve this situation automatically and no action is required. Roaming Folder; // Simple setting roaming Settings.
User data may be useful or meaningful to more than one app. Roaming data for an app is available in the cloud as long as it is accessed by the user from some device within the required time interval. You can add containers to the local, roaming, and temporary app data stores. To create a settings container, call the Application Data Container. This example creates a local settings container named Windows. Application Data Container local Settings = Windows.
Often, this is data that the user wants to manipulate or transmit as an entity independent of the app itself, such as a document. If the user does not run an app for longer than this time interval, its roaming data is removed from the cloud.
You don't need to know where or how this data exists, because the system is responsible for managing the physical storage, ensuring that the data is kept isolated from other apps and other users. Values["example Composite Setting"] = composite; // Composite setting Windows. Application Data Composite Value composite = (Windows. Roaming app data is not intended for simultaneous use on more than one device at a time. The System Maintenance task can automatically delete data stored at this location at any time. If you install a new app that utilized various version numbers on other devices, the newly installed app will sync the app data associated with the highest version number. Developers can lock their device in order to trigger a synchronization of roaming app data. Don't use app data to store user data or anything that users might perceive as valuable and irreplaceable. Any user can benefit from roaming app data if they use a Microsoft account to log on to their device. We recommend that the user's libraries and Microsoft One Drive be used to store this sort of information. However, users and group policy administrators can switch off roaming app data on a device at any time.