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Get secured API key remaining validity

Required API Key: Any secured API key
Method signature
SearchClient::getSecuredApiKeyRemainingValidity(apiKey)

About this method

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Retrieve the remaining validity of a secured API key in seconds.

This method takes a secured API key as a parameter and returns the amount of seconds left until the API key’s validUntil field expires. If the key is no longer valid, the method returns a negative number indicating the amount of seconds passed since the key expired.

If the API key has no validUntil restriction, this method raises an exception or an error depending on your client.

Examples

Read the Algolia CLI documentation for more information.

Get the remaining validity on a secured API key:

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$remainingValidity = SearchClient::getSecuredApiKeyRemainingValidity('YourSecuredAPIkey');

Parameters

apiKey
type: string
default: no default
Required

Secured API Key to retrieve remaining validity for

Response

This section shows the JSON response returned by the API. Since each language encapsulates this response inside objects specific to that language and/or implementation, the actual type in your language might differ from what’s written here. You can view the response in the logs (using the getLogs method).

JSON format

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15
remaining
integer

The amount of seconds left until the API key’s validUntil field expires. If the key is no longer valid, the method returns a negative number indicating the amount of seconds passed since the key expired.

If the API key has no validUntil restriction, this method raises an exception or an error depending on your client.

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