Find all the product keys for a given email.
- Your API application key. Your api key is available on your settings page.
- The id of the version to search for the product key. You can get the version ID by examining the URL in your browser. For instance, from the URL
http://wyday.com/limelm/version/100/you can see the version ID is 100. (Note: The Version ID is not the Version GUID).
- The email associated with the product key or the product key itself.
If the "email" parameter has an "@" character in it then LimeLM will search for product keys matching the email provided. If the "email" parameter does not contain an "@" character then LimeLM will assume it's a product key and return the matching product key details.
The method returns a list of product keys if there's a match with the email.
<pkeys total="3"> <pkey id="103" key="A84U-ZTZT-V2WI-5KCK-EV5S-3PWK-K2TX" acts="4" acts_used="3"/> <pkey id="104" key="X8ZB-FRRK-PVWX-M3RY-YPE8-ARFM-N2TX" acts="1" acts_used="1"/> <pkey id="107" key="37CU-6XJN-5V6S-KY4C-GIDD-BXP7-F6TX" acts="1" acts_used="0" revoked="true"/> </pkeys>
1: Product key not found.
- No product keys found for the email address specified.
100: Invalid API Key
- The API key passed was not valid or has expired.
101: Method "xxx" not found
- The requested method was not found.
108: The version id is missing.
- The version id was not specified.
112: The email address is missing.
- You must specify an email address.
142: Service currently unavailable
- The requested service is temporarily unavailable.