User resources tell you about the Account Engagement users in your organization. Learn more about users in Salesforce Help.
Include the authentication header with every request. For information on how to authenticate, see Authentication.
|User Query||Request information for users that match the specified criteria.|
|User Read||Request information for a single user.|
Request information for the users that match the specified criteria. You can specify the users and fields to request. A maximum of 200 records are returned. To return all users, specify the output as
Use these parameters to specify the users to return. Parameters can be used in any combination and in any order unless otherwise specified.
- Parameters must be URL-encoded.
- Dates and times must use GNU Date Input Syntax (for example, yyyy-mm-dd:hh:ss
- For a full listing of user fields see Object Field References.
|Request users created after the specified time. Example: To request forms created in 2020, use |
|Request users created before the specified time. Doesn’t include users created at the specified time. Example: To request users created before today (but not created today), use |
|Any positive integer||Request users that have an ID greater than the specified number.|
|Any positive integer||Request users that have an ID less than the specified number.|
Use these parameters to specify the user fields to return, and how the users are sorted.
|Any integer from 1 through 200.||The number of users to return. Default value is 200.|
|Any positive integer||The number of users to omit from the response (the number to "skip over"). Example: Retrieve a list of users, omitting the 50 most recently updated records. Sort the query by the |
|The field by which the results are sorted. See Sort Order.|
|The sort order. The default value depends on which |
sort_by to specify which field Account Engagement uses to sort the results. Different fields have different default sort orders.
|Value||Default Sort Order||Description|
|descending||Sort the results by the users' |
|ascending||Sort the results by the users' |
Request information for a single user. You can request a user by email or by Account Engagement ID.
<ID> with the Account Engagement ID of the user.
<email> with the user's email.
Request information about the user with Account Engagement ID 1234.
The XML response for a query request contains information for multiple users. The XML response for a read request contains information for a single user.
|Parent tag. Contains information about the users that match the parameters specified in your query.|
|Contains the number of users selected by the query. Note The query request returns a maximum of 200 users. If your query matches more than 200 records, you can make several requests to retrieve all matching records.|
|The information about a single user. See User in Object Field References for a complete description of fields.|
|The information about a single user. See User in Object Field References for a description of fields.|