domainto query domains)
*_by_pksuffix. These are handy when you want to act against a singular entry and write a simpler query. Instead of writing a
_whereclause that filters the results by the
idyou want, these queries and mutations need only an
checkoutServermutations to prevent overlapping checkouts, attempts to checkout unavailable resources, and issues with bad dates. If a checkout passes all the checks, these actions also update the resource being checked out to mark them as unavailable.
deleteServerCheckoutmutations. These mutations set the domain or server back to the "available" status, as needed.
deleteTemplatemutations. These actions delete the database records and the files stored on the server's filesystem.
generateReportmutation to get report data for a given report ID. The results offer the download URLs for docx, xlsx, and pptx. You can also request
reportData, which is the raw JSON report data encoded as base64.