The name of the call that has an access rule. Can be a call name (e.g., AddItem), ApplicationAggregate (returns totals for all calls), PasswordAuthenticationLimiter (dummy call), or NonUTF8UsageLimiter.
The length of time before your application's perodic usage counter restarts for this call. If the number of calls you make exceeds the periodic hard limit before the current period ends, further calls will be refused until the next period starts. Possible values: -1 (Periodic limit not enforced, could be any negative integer), 0 (Calendar month), 30 (Number of days, could be any positive integer). If the period is based on the calendar month, the usage counters restart on the same day of every month, regardless of the number of days in the month.
The time (in GMT) when this access rule's period started. The period starts at midnight Pacific time. For example, if the period begins on June 29 in 2005 when California is on Pacific Daylight Time, the GMT value returned would be 2005-06-29T07:00:00.000Z If the period begins on December 29 in 2005 when California is on Pacific Standard Time, the GMT value returned would be 2005-12-29T08:00:00.000Z. Only returned when the eBay Developers Program has configured the start date for the access rule. The start date can vary per application and per call name (i.e., per access rule).
See the Field Index to learn which calls use PeriodicStartDate.
Number of calls that your application has already made this period. Returns 0 if the periodic access rule has not been configured for the application. The length of the period is specified in Period. The start date of the period is specified in PeriodicStartDate.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use PeriodicUsage.