API client / Methods / API keys
Required API Key: Admin
Method signature
$client->restoreApiKey(string apiKey);

About this method

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Restore a deleted API key, along with its associated rights.

The request must be authenticated by the admin API key.

The validity limit is automatically reset to 0 (unlimited).

We store up to 1,000 deleted API keys. Above that point, the oldest deleted API keys are permanently deleted and can’t be restored.

Examples

Read the Algolia CLI documentation for more information.

Restore an API key

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$client->restoreApiKey("myAPIKey");

Parameters

apiKey
type: string
default: no default
Required

API Key to restore

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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{
  "key": "1eb37de6308abdccf9b760ddacb418b4",
  "createdAt": "2017-12-16T22:21:31.871Z"
}
key
string

The restored key.

createdAt
string

The date at which the key has been restored.

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