This API deletes the specified user's account from Gigya's database. The Gigya user account to be deleted is specified by the UID parameter.
us1.gigya.com - For the US data center.
eu1 - For the European data center.
au1 - For the Australian data center.
ru1 - For the Russian data center.
cn1 - For the Chinese data center.
If you are not sure of your site's data center, see Finding Your Data Center.
|||UID||string||The unique ID of the user, with which this method call is associated. This is the UID you receive from Gigya after a successful login of this user.|
Note: If you are using account linking then the UID would be your site user ID. To learn more about Social Login with account linking (best practice), please refer to the Login Implementation guide.
A string of maximum 100 characters length. The CID sets categories for transactions that can be used later for filtering reports generated by Gigya
in the "Context ID" combo box. The CID allows you to associate the report information with your own internal data. For example, to identify a specific widget or page on your site/application. You should not define more than 100 different context IDs.
||Determines the format of the response. This parameter is required when using the REST API directly, and irrelevant when using one of our SDKs. The options are:
- jsonp - if the format is jsonp then you are required to define a callback method (see parameter below).
- xml (default) - Deprecated. We do not support XML as a valid value any longer, however, it is the default response type due to backwards compatibility. You can only set the format parameter to either json or jsonp.
||This parameter is relevant only when the format parameter is set to jsonp (see above). In such case this parameter should define the name of the callback method to be called in the response, along with the jsonp response data. |
||The default value of this parameter is false, which means that the HTTP status code in Gigya's response is always 200 (OK), even if an error occurs. The error code and message is given within the response data (see below). If this parameter is set to true, the HTTP status code in Gigya's response would reflect an error, if occurs.
Each REST API request must contain identification and authorization parameters.
Some REST APIs may function without these authorization parameters, however, when that occurs, these calls are treated as client-side calls and all client-side rate limits will apply. In order to not reach client-side rate limits that may impact your implementation when using server-to-server REST calls, it is Recommended Best Practice to always sign the request or use a secret. A non-exhaustive list of REST APIs that this may apply to are as follows:
Please refer to the Authorization Parameters section for details.
||The HTTP response code of the operation. Code '200' indicates success.
||The result code of the operation. Code '0' indicates success, any other number indicates failure. For a complete list of error codes, see the Error Codes table.
||A brief explanation of the status code.
||A short textual description of an error, associated with the errorCode, for logging purposes. This field will appear in the response only in case of an error.
||This field will appear in the response only in case of an error and will contain the exception info, if available.
||The full name of the event that triggered the response. This is an internally used parameter that is not always returned and should not be relied upon by your implementation.
||Unique identifier of the transaction, for debugging purposes.
||The time of the response represented in ISO 8601 format, i.e., yyyy-mm-dd-Thh:MM:ss.SSSZ or
A field that does not contain data will not appear in the response.