Delete a Diagnostics Callback

Delete a Diagnostics Callback:
DELETE /callbacks?accountName={account}&serviceName={service}

Delete a registered Diagnostics callback Url or credential.

Contents

Uses and Requirements

You can delete a registered Diagnostics callback Url or credential.

Request Components

HTTP Request

DELETE https://thingspace.verizon.com/api/diagnostics/v1/callbacks?accountName={account}&serviceName={service}

Resource Path and Query Parameters

The account name must be included in the path.

Parameter Name Data Type Description
accountName
required
string The name of the billing account from which you want to delete callback messages. An account name is usually numeric, and must include any leading zeros.
serviceName
required
string Service name for Callback Notification.

Header Parameters

The request header must contain a current ThingSpace authorization bearer token and a valid VZ-M2M session token, and must set the content-type to JSON.

Parameter Name Data Type Description
Authorization
required
string HTTP Authorization bearer token.
VZ-M2M-Token
required
string A valid session token returned by POST /api/m2m/v1/session/login.
Content-Type
required
string Must be application/json.

Request Body

None.

Success Responses

Status 200

A success response contains the current status of the report.

Parameter Name Data Type Description
accountName string The name of the billing account for which callback messages will be sent.
serviceName string The name of the callback service, which identifies the type and format of messages that will be sent to the registered URL.
endpoint string The URL for your web server.
httpHeaders string Your http headers.
createdOn string($date-time) The date and time of when this request was created.

Example Success Response

{
  "accountName": "TestQAAccount",
  "serviceName": "string",
  "endpoint": "https://yourwebsite.com",
  "httpHeaders": {},
  "createdOn": "2019-09-07T23:57:53.292Z"
}

Failure Responses

Status 400

All error messages are returned in this format:

{
  "errorCode": "error code string",
  "errorMessage": "error message string"
}

Error codes and messages are listed on the Error Codes page, along with explanations and suggestions for corrective actions.

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