Databases are built with fields. This method gives you access to the fields associated with the given \$databaseID. Each field is returned as an object with its respective properties.

Request url Methods Parameters\$databaseID/fields GET, POST none

Database field properties

Each field is returned with its respective properties as a key-value pair

  • id: the identifier of the database field (integer)
  • name: the name of the database field (string)
  • type: the type of the field (see below)
  • value: the default value of the field. Can be a newline seperated list. (string)
  • displayed: is the field displayed in the subprofile overview in the user interface of the marketing software (bool)
  • ordered: is the subprofile overview in the overview ordered on this field in the user interface. (bool)
  • length: the length of the field (integer)
  • textlines: is the field displayed as a multiline field in the user interface. This is only applicable for text fields or big fields (int)
  • hidden: is the field hidden in the user interface (bool)
  • index: is there an index set on the field (bool). No index can be set on field of type 'big'.

Field types

A database is build up with fields. Fields define which type of data can be stored in your database. For more information on the available field types, you can consult our online documentation.

These are the possible field types:
integer, float, date, empty_date, datetime, empty_datetime, text, email*, phone*, phone_fax*, phone_gsm, big, foreign_key.

* only one field of this type per database or collection is accepted.

GET Request

Retrieve information about all fields associated with the given databaseID. Each field is represented as an object with its properties.

Example output

    "start": 0,
    "limit": 10,
    "total": 10,
    "data": [{
        "ID": "1",
        "name": "Company",
        "type": "text",
        "value": "",
        "displayed": true,
        "ordered": true,
        "length": "255",
        "textlines": "0",
        "hidden": false,
        "index": false
    }, ...
    }, {
        "ID": "11",
        "name": "Age",
        "type": "integer",
        "value": "",
        "displayed": false,
        "ordered": false,
        "length": "50",
        "textlines": "0",
        "hidden": false,
        "index": false

POST request

To add a new field to a database, you can use the POST request.

In your request, the only required property is the name property. If no field type is specified, a field of type 'text' will be created automatically.

Example request:

    "name": "Favourite_beer",
    "type": "text",
    "length": 150,
    "index": true

DELETE request

Not yet implemented.

Further reading