GET product/measurement-units/{measurementUnitId}

Measurement unit details for the provided identifier

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Version: 4
Success HTTP Status Code: 200

Uri parameters

{measurementUnitId} Integer Measurement unit identifier

The following body must be added to the request. Mouse over fieldnames for description and other useful information about the fields. Note that fields in bold is required/mandatory.

Format:
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The query string is placed after the resource URL, seperated with a questionmark (?). The query string is composed of a series of query parameters with values. See the page about query parameters on how to use these parameters.

$showDomainDescriptions Boolean, optional Use to show an additional descriptional field for fields that are using Domain Values.
$select String, optional Use to define the fields to return in the result. Accepts a comma-separated list of Output Field names. See the Expand and Select page for more information about this.
$db String, optional Set the database to use for the request
$format String, optional Set the format of the response to use for the request. Accepted values are "xml", "json"
$lang String, optional Use to get localized responses. Supported formats are 3-letter ISO-639-1 [lll], 2-letter ISO-639-2 [ll], or a combination of a two-letter language code and a two-letter country code ISO-639-2 and ISO-3166-1 [ll_CC], [ll-CC]
$useMinimumVersion Integer, optional This can be used to test a new version of a resource when your ApiClient is running an older, deprecated, version of a resource. $useminimumversion can be used to test against a newer version of the resource. See the Deprecated APIs page for more information about this.

See the page about filters and sorting on how to use filter parameters and named filters.

See the page about filters and sorting on how to use sortable parameters

Requesting this resource will yield the following response. Mouse over fieldnames (or fieldgroups) for descriptions and other useful information about the fields. Fields colored in grey is expandable fields.

Please note that some fields may be removed from the response, based on user roles/duties/permissions.

Format:
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<MeasurementUnit>
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     <MeasurementUnitId
MeasurementUnitId

Measurement unit identifier

>
{Integer}</MeasurementUnitId>
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     <Status
Status

Status of the unit

>
{Integer}</Status>
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     <Type
Type

Measurement/class of the unit

Possible domain values can be found here when logged in

>
{String}</Type>
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     <Unit
Unit

Measurement unit (ex. mm, km, dl, kg)

>
{String}</Unit>
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     <Precision
Precision

The precision/accuracy of the measurement (number of decimals)

>
{Integer}</Precision>
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</MeasurementUnit>
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{
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     "measurementUnit": {
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          "measurementUnitId
MeasurementUnitId

Measurement unit identifier

":
"{Integer}",
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          "status
Status

Status of the unit

":
"{Integer}",
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          "type
Type

Measurement/class of the unit

Possible domain values can be found here when logged in

":
"{String}",
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          "unit
Unit

Measurement unit (ex. mm, km, dl, kg)

":
"{String}",
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          "precision
Precision

The precision/accuracy of the measurement (number of decimals)

":
"{Integer}"
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     }
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}

List of available operations/actions for this resource.
See the operations documentation for more information about API operations.

Possible error codes the response might return:

Error 100167 HTTP 404 Measurement unit not found