SOAP API method Database_orderedField

Description
In a database one field can be assigned to be 'ordered by default'. When the database is displayed, the profiles will be displayed ordered on this field. This method returns the field that is ordered by default, or false if no field was assigned.

Parameters
Parameter 'id' : int
Unique identifier (id) of the object Database. The method only applies to the database with this id.
Parameter 'login' : Structure of type 'login'
Optional login data

Return values
Return value 'field' : Structure of type 'field'

Structure 'login'
This structure login was mentioned above. This structure has the following properties:
Property 'username' : string
The username of the login attempt
Property 'account' : string
The account name of the login attempt
Property 'password' : string
The password for the login attempt

Structure 'field'
This structure field was mentioned above. This structure has the following properties:
Property 'id' : int
The ID of the field.
Property 'name' : string
The name of the field.
Property 'big' : boolean
Is this field a big field?.
Property 'pixelwidth' : int
The width of this field.
Property 'weight' : int
The weight of this field.
Property 'type' : string
The type of this field.
Property 'value' : string
The default value of this field.
Property 'specialcontent' : string
The special content of this field.
Property 'ordered' : boolean
Is this the field that we order by by default?
Property 'displayed' : boolean
Is this field displayed?
Property 'indatatable' : boolean
Is this field added to the data table?
Property 'length' : integer
Get the length of the field
Property 'lines' : integer
Get the number of lines in this field
Property 'hidden' : boolean
Is this field hidden?
Property 'index' : boolean
Is this field indexed?

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