A Service (or Verification Service) is the set of common configurations used to create and check verifications. Services contain Lists.
Twilio allows only a small subset of columns to be used in the WHERE clause of a SELECT query. These columns can be used with only the equals or = comparison. The available columns for Services is Sid.
SELECT * FROM Services
SELECT * FROM Services WHERE Sid = 'IS5834ff94f011bc4e627a3'
|The unique string that Twilio's created to identify the Service resource.
|The SID of the Account that created the Service resource.
|An application-defined string that uniquely identifies the resource.
|The string that you assigned to describe the resource.
|The date and time when the service was created.
|The date and time when the service was last updated.
|The absolute URL of the service.
|The URL that gets called when Sync objects are manipulated.
|Whether the Service instance calls the WebhookUrl when the REST API is used to update Sync objects. The default is false.
|Whether token identities in the Service must be granted access to Sync objects by using the Permissions resource.
|Whether the service instance calls WebhookUrl when client endpoints connect to Sync. The default is false.
|Whether every endpoint_disconnected event should occur after a configurable delay. The default is false, where the endpoint_disconnected event occurs immediately after disconnection. When true, intervening reconnections can prevent the endpoint_disconnected event.
|The reachability event delay in milliseconds if ReachabilityDebouncingEnabled = true. Is between 1,000 and 30,000 and defaults to 5,000. This is the number of milliseconds after the last running client disconnects, and a Sync identity is declared offline, before WebhookUrl is called, if all endpoints remain offline. A reconnection from the same identity by any endpoint during this interval prevents the reachability event from occurring.
|The URLs of related resources.