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Description

Download OpenAPI specification: openapi.yml
Introduction
Rudder exposes a REST API, enabling the user to interact with Rudder without using the webapp, for example in scripts or cronjobs.
Versioning
Each time the API is extended with new features (new functions, new parameters, new responses, ...), it will be assigned a new version number. This will allow you
to keep your existing scripts (based on previous behavior). Versions will always be integers (no 2.1 or 3.3, just 2, 3, 4, ...) or latest.
You can change the version of the API used by setting it either within the url or in a header:
the URL: each URL is prefixed by its version id, like /api/version/function.
Version 10
curl -X GET -H "X-API-Token: yourToken" https://rudder.example.com/rudder/api/10/rules
Latest
curl -X GET -H "X-API-Token: yourToken" https://rudder.example.com/rudder/api/latest/rules
Wrong (not an integer) => 404 not found
curl -X GET -H "X-API-Token: yourToken" https://rudder.example.com/rudder/api/3.14/rules
the HTTP headers. You can add the X-API-Version header to your request. The value needs to be an integer or latest.
Version 10
curl -X GET -H "X-API-Token: yourToken" -H "X-API-Version: 10" https://rudder.example.com/rudder/api/rules
Wrong => Error response indicating which versions are available
curl -X GET -H "X-API-Token: yourToken" -H "X-API-Version: 3.14" https://rudder.example.com/rudder/api/rules
In the future, we may declare some versions as deprecated, in order to remove them in a later version of Rudder, but we will never remove any versions without warning, or without a safe
period of time to allow migration from previous versions.
Existing versions
Version
Rudder versions it appeared in
Description
1
Never released (for internal use only)
Experimental version
2 to 10 (deprecated)
4.3 and before
These versions provided the core set of API features for rules, directives, nodes global parameters, change requests and compliance, rudder settings and system API
11
5.0
New system API (replacing old localhost v1 api): status, maintenance operations and server behavior
12
6.0 and 6.1
Node key management
13
6.2
Node status endpoint
System health check
System maintenance job to purge software [that endpoint was back-ported in 6.1]
Response format
All responses from the API are in the JSON format.
{
"action": The name of the called function,
"id": The ID of the element you want, if relevant,
"result": The result of your action: success or error,
"data": Only present if this is a success and depends on the function, it's usually a JSON object,
"errorDetails": Only present if this is an error, it contains the error message
}
Success responses are sent with the 200 HTTP (Success) code
Error responses are sent with a HTTP error code (mostly 5xx...)
HTTP method
Rudder's REST API is based on the usage of HTTP methods. We use them to indicate what action will be done by the request. Currently, we use four of them:
GET: search or retrieve information (get rule details, get a group, ...)
PUT: add new objects (create a directive, clone a Rule, ...)
DELETE: remove objects (delete a node, delete a parameter, ...)
POST: update existing objects (update a directive, reload a group, ...)
Parameters
General parameters
Some parameters are available for almost all API functions. They will be described in this section.
They must be part of the query and can't be submitted in a JSON form.
Available for all requests
Field
Type
Description
prettify
boolean optional
Determine if the answer should be prettified (human friendly) or not. We recommend using this for debugging purposes, but not for general script usage as this does add some unnecessary load on the server side.
Default value: false
Available for modification requests (PUT/POST/DELETE)
Field
Type
Description
reason
string optional or required
Set a message to explain the change. If you set the reason messages to be mandatory in the web interface, failing to supply this value will lead to an error.
Default value:""
changeRequestName
string optional
Set the change request name, is used only if workflows are enabled. The default value depends on the function called
Default value: A default string for each function
changeRequestDescription
string optional
Set the change request description, is used only if workflows are enabled.
Default value:""
Passing parameters
Parameters to the API can be sent:
As part of the URL for resource identification
As data for POST/PUT requests
Directly in JSON format
As request arguments
As part of the URL for resource identification
Parameters in URLs are used to indicate which resource you want to interact with. The function will not work if this resource is missing.
Get the Rule of ID "id"
curl -H "X-API-Token: yourToken" https://rudder.example.com/rudder/api/latest/rules/id
Sending data for POST/PUT requests
Directly in JSON format
JSON format is the preferred way to interact with Rudder API for creating or updating resources.
You'll also have to set the Content-Type header to application/json (without it the JSON content would be ignored).
In a curl POST request, that header can be provided with the -H parameter:
curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" ...
The supplied file must contain a valid JSON: strings need quotes, booleans and integers don't, etc.
The (human readable) format is:
Here is an example with inlined data:
Update the Rule 'id' with a new name, disabled, and setting it one directive
curl -X POST -H "X-API-Token: yourToken" -H "Content-Type: application/json"
https://rudder.example.com/rudder/api/rules/latest/{id}
-d '{ "displayName": "new name", "enabled": false, "directives": "directiveId"}'
You can also pass a supply the JSON in a file:
Update the Rule 'id' with a new name, disabled, and setting it one directive
curl -X POST -H "X-API-Token: yourToken" -H "Content-Type: application/json" https://rudder.example.com/rudder/api/rules/latest/{id} -d @jsonParam
Note that the general parameters view in the previous chapter cannot be passed in a JSON, and you will need to pass them a URL parameters if you want them to be taken into account (you can't mix JSON and request parameters):
Update the Rule 'id' with a new name, disabled, and setting it one directive with reason message "Reason used"
curl -X POST -H "X-API-Token: yourToken" -H "Content-Type: application/json" "https://rudder.example.com/rudder/api/rules/latest/{id}?reason=Reason used" -d @jsonParam -d "reason=Reason ignored"
Request parameters
In some cases, when you have little, simple data to update, JSON can feel bloated. In such cases, you can use
request parameters. You will need to pass one parameter for each data you want to change.
Parameters follow the following schema:
key=value
You can pass parameters by two means:
As query parameters: At the end of your url, put a ? then your first parameter and then a & before next parameters
Update the Rule 'id' with a new name, disabled, and setting it one directive
curl -X POST -H "X-API-Token: yourToken" https://rudder.example.com/rudder/api/rules/latest/{id}?"displayName=my new name"&"enabled=false"&"directives=aDirectiveId"
As request data: You can pass those parameters in the request data, they won't figure in the URL, making it lighter to read, You can pass a file that contains data.
Update the Rule 'id' with a new name, disabled, and setting it one directive (in file directive-info.json)
curl -X POST -H "X-API-Token: yourToken"
https://rudder.example.com/rudder/api/rules/latest/{id} -d "displayName=my new name" -d "enabled=false" -d @directive-info.json

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Base URL
The base URL for all API requests is https://unify.apideck.com
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| Name | Type | Required | Description |
| --------------------- | ------- | -------- | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- |
| x-apideck-consumer-id | String | Yes | The id of the customer stored inside Apideck Vault. This can be a user id, account id, device id or whatever entity that can have integration within your app. |
| x-apideck-service-id | String | No | Describe the service you want to call (e.g., pipedrive). Only needed when a customer has activated multiple integrations for the same Unified API. |
| x-apideck-raw | Boolean | No | Include raw response. Mostly used for debugging purposes. |
| x-apideck-app-id | String | Yes | The application id of your Unify application. Available at https://app.apideck.com/unify/api-keys. |
| Authorization | String | Yes | Bearer API KEY |
Authorization
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Pagination
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To fetch the first page of results, call the list API without a cursor parameter. Afterwards you can fetch subsequent pages by providing a cursor parameter. You will find the next cursor in the response body in meta.cursors.next. If meta.cursors.next is null you're at the end of the list.
In the REST API you can also use the links from the response for added convenience. Simply call the URL in links.next to get the next page of results.
Query Parameters
| Name | Type | Required | Description |
| ------ | ------ | -------- | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ |
| cursor | String | No | Cursor to start from. You can find cursors for next & previous pages in the meta.cursors property of the response. |
| limit | Number | No | Number of results to return. Minimum 1, Maximum 200, Default 20 |
Response Body
| Name | Type | Description |
| --------------------- | ------ | ------------------------------------------------------------------ |
| meta.cursors.previous | String | Cursor to navigate to the previous page of results through the API |
| meta.cursors.current | String | Cursor to navigate to the current page of results through the API |
| meta.cursors.next | String | Cursor to navigate to the next page of results through the API |
| meta.itemsonpage | Number | Number of items returned in the data property of the response |
| links.previous | String | Link to navigate to the previous page of results through the API |
| links.current | String | Link to navigate to the current page of results through the API |
| links.next | String | Link to navigate to the next page of results through the API |
⚠️ meta.cursors.previous/links.previous is not available for all connectors.
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Because of the nature of the abstraction we do in Apideck Unify we still provide the option to the receive raw requests and responses being handled underlying. By including the raw flag ?raw=true in your requests you can still receive the full request. Please note that this increases the response size and can introduce extra latency.
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| Code | Title | Description |
| ---- | -------------------- | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- |
| 200 | OK | The request message has been successfully processed, and it has produced a response. The response message varies, depending on the request method and the requested data. |
| 201 | Created | The request has been fulfilled and has resulted in one or more new resources being created. |
| 204 | No Content | The server has successfully fulfilled the request and that there is no additional content to send in the response payload body. |
| 400 | Bad Request | The receiving server cannot understand the request because of malformed syntax. Do not repeat the request without first modifying it; check the request for errors, fix them and then retry the request. |
| 401 | Unauthorized | The request has not been applied because it lacks valid authentication credentials for the target resource. |
| 402 | Payment Required | Subscription data is incomplete or out of date. You'll need to provide payment details to continue. |
| 403 | Forbidden | You do not have the appropriate user rights to access the request. Do not repeat the request. |
| 404 | Not Found | The origin server did not find a current representation for the target resource or is not willing to disclose that one exists. |
| 409 | Conflict | The request could not be completed due to a conflict with the current state of the target resource. |
| 422 | Unprocessable Entity | The server understands the content type of the request entity, and the syntax of the request entity is correct but was unable to process the contained instructions. |
| 429 | Too Many Requests | You sent too many requests in a given amount of time ("rate limit"). Try again later |
| 5xx | Server Errors | Something went wrong with the Unify API. These errors are logged on our side. You can contact our team to resolve the issue. |
Handling errors
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Error Types
RequestValidationError
Request is not valid for the current endpoint. The response body will include details on the validation error. Check the spelling and types of your attributes, and ensure you are not passing data that is outside of the specification.
UnsupportedFiltersError
Filters in the request are valid, but not supported by the connector. Remove the unsupported filter(s) to get a successful response.
UnsupportedSortFieldError
Sort field (sort[by]) in the request is valid, but not supported by the connector. Replace or remove the sort field to get a successful response.
InvalidCursorError
Pagination cursor in the request is not valid for the current connector. Make sure to use a cursor returned from the API, for the same connector.
ConnectorExecutionError
A Unified API request made via one of our downstream connectors returned an unexpected error. The status_code returned is proxied through to error response along with their original response via the error detail.
UnauthorizedError
We were unable to authorize the request as made. This can happen for a number of reasons, from missing header params to passing an incorrect authorization token. Verify your Api Key is being set correctly in the authorization header. ie: Authorization: 'Bearer sklive*'
ConnectorCredentialsError
A request using a given connector has not been authorized. Ensure the connector you are trying to use has been configured correctly and been authorized for use.
ConnectorDisabledError
A request has been made to a connector that has since been disabled. This may be temporary - You can contact our team to resolve the issue.
ConnectorRateLimitError
You sent too many request to a connector. These rate limits vary from connector to connector. You will need to try again later.
RequestLimitError
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EntityNotFoundError
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OAuthCredentialsNotFoundError
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IntegrationNotFoundError
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ConnectionNotFoundError
A valid connection could not be found associated to your applicationid. Something may_ have interrupted the authorization flow. You may need to start the connector authorization process again.
ConnectionSettingsError
The connector has required settings that were not supplied. Verify connection.settings contains all required settings for the connector to be callable.
ConnectorNotFoundError
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OAuthRedirectUriError
A request was made either in a connector authorization flow, or attempting to revoke connector access without a valid redirect_uri. This is the url the user should be returned to on completion of process.
OAuthInvalidStateError
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OAuthCodeExchangeError
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OAuthConnectorError
It seems something went wrong on the connector side. It's possible this connector is in beta or still under development. We've been notified and are working to fix this issue.
MappingError
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ConnectorMappingNotFoundError
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ConnectorResponseMappingNotFoundError
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ConnectorOperationMappingNotFoundError
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ConnectorWorkflowMappingError
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ConnectorOperationUnsupportedError
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PaginationNotSupportedError
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Meta
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