Methods  are described individually grouped by logical function  and listed in the methods listing section.
Note: See resources for documentation on resource methods.
 Defined here.
 These groupings are subjective but hopefully intuitive.
Many methods share similar functionality, such as authentication and pagination, which this documentation terms a trait.
Having a particular trait indicates a method will behave in a certain way or provide certain functionality. Each method will document the traits it uses.
For example the authentication trait indicates a method will require a valid authentication token to be present in the request or an authentication failure will be returned.
The table below provides details of all possible traits a method may have, with a description, effect and a reference to additional documentation on each trait.
Note: Method descriptions will not include information pertaining to any traits it may use (unless a method uses or reacts to a trait in a non-standard way).
This means a method using the authentication trait, for example, will not include specifying an
Authorization header in a request example as this is part of the authentication trait.
The following traits are provided by this API.
|Checks for a valid authentication Token
|A method can only be used if a valid authentication Token is provided
|The Authentication document
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