Updated on Monday, 11 November, 2013 - 16:19
Delete an existing Subscription.
The id of an existing Subscription.
Example values: 08b923395b6ce8bfa4d96f57f863a1c3
1. Change the name and output parameters for an existing Subscription:
|error||Optional error message. Shown only when something goes wrong.|
The response you will receive will be the HTTP 204 status code. No JSON-encoded data will be sent to you.
All calls to the API must be properly authenticated with a DataSift username and API key.
The /v1/push/delete endpoint allows you to delete the definition of an existing Subscription.
Note: if you delete a push subscription, any data remaining in the push buffer will be lost, but you will be charged for it. You can call /push/get to find out if all the data in the buffer has been delivered yet. Look at the bytes_remaining element in the JSON output and check that it is zero. You can call the /push/stop endpoint to terminate a subscription early.
For more details, take a look at the Push API overview.
- All calls to the API must be versioned. The current version is v1.