Display list of files ( more than 100 records ) from Google Drive using Google Drive API in ASP.Net

Last Reply one year ago By aruna

Posted one year ago


I can able get the files from Google Drive using API thru the reference of this link.

But I got 100 records only. I ve some thousands of records. Can anyone please let me know what to change to get the full records display

You are viewing reply posted by: aruna one year ago.
Posted one year ago Modified on one year ago

Thru the below code, I can able to fetch 1000 records.

namespace gDrive
    class Program
        static string[] Scopes = { DriveService.Scope.DriveReadonly };
        static string ApplicationName = "Drive API .NET Quickstart";

    static void Main(string[] args)
        UserCredential credential;
        gDriveTableAdapter gDrive = new gDriveTableAdapter();

        using (var stream =
            new FileStream("client_secret.json", FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read))
            string credPath = System.Environment.GetFolderPath(
            credPath = Path.Combine(credPath, ".credentials/drive-dotnet-quickstart.json");

            credential = GoogleWebAuthorizationBroker.AuthorizeAsync(
                new FileDataStore(credPath, true)).Result;
            //Console.WriteLine("Credential file saved to: " + credPath);

        // Create Drive API service.
        var service = new DriveService(new BaseClientService.Initializer()
            HttpClientInitializer = credential,
            ApplicationName = ApplicationName,

        // Define parameters of request.
        FilesResource.ListRequest listRequest = service.Files.List();
        listRequest.PageSize = 1000;
        listRequest.Fields = "nextPageToken, files(webViewLink, name)";

        // List files.
        IList<Google.Apis.Drive.v3.Data.File> files = listRequest.Execute()
        if (files != null && files.Count > 0)
            foreach (var file in files)
                gDrive.InsertQuery(file.Name, file.WebViewLink);
            Console.WriteLine(files.Count + " records fetched.");
            Console.WriteLine("No files found.");



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