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Daily API Quota: 10,000 API calls
To check the api status go to the admin section and click on SOAP API.
All I see is:
Daily Request Limit:10000
Where do I go to see how many API calls I have performed / how many I have left?
This is not available for SOAP APIs. However, you will be able to review daily usage of REST APIs when they ship. If any of you is interested in REST beta, please send in your requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
If I reach my limit - what happens? Is an error returned?
Thanks for the response Raj.
We reserve the right to enforce limits. As a goodwill gesture, we will not enforce it on the 10,001st API call of the day, but you must handle error responses and check if the reason is "Daily Quota Reached"
why on earth would you put in field "Requests in the Last 7 Days:" for the SOAP api if you don't support that functionality? Could you remove the field instead of having a place holder of 0? I'd prefer no data to spurious data.
Super glad you are moving to a REST api.
When the limit is expressed as "10000 calls per day", does that mean
- per calendar day (starting at midnight GMT/PDT/whatever)? or
- per 24-hour period, seen as a sliding window (so that if my instance saw a spike of 9000 calls in a given hour, no matter what time of day, a large volume of additional calls in the next hour would, after 1000 initial successes (or perhaps a few more), eventually result in Daily Quota Reached error responses)?