Calls the ExecuteDataCorrect to execute a data change ticket.


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Request parameters

Parameter Type Required Example Description
Action String Yes ExecuteDataCorrect

The operation that you want to perform. Set the value to ExecuteDataCorrect.

OrderId Long Yes 123

The ID of the ticket.

Tid String No -1

The ID of the tenant.

Note The tenant ID is taken from the avatar in the upper-right corner of the system. For more information, see Tenant ID and Tenant .
ActionDetail Json No { "startTime" : null, "endTime" : null, "transaction" : false, "backupData" : true }

The parameters required to perform the operation:

          json "actionDetail" : { "startTime" : null, // Time for scheduled execution. This parameter is not required if you select immediate execution. "endTime" : null, // The end time for scheduled execution. This parameter is not required if you choose to run immediately. "transaction" : false, // select whether to run as a transaction. "backupData" : true // specify whether to back up data. } 

Response parameters

Parameter Type Example Description
ErrorCode String UnknownError

The error code.

ErrorMessage String UnknownError

The error message of the failure.

RequestId String 427688B8-ADFB-4C4E-9D45-EF5C1FD6E23D

The ID of the request.

Success Boolean true

Indicates whether the request is successful.


Sample requests

     http(s)://[Endpoint]/? Action=ExecuteDataCorrect &OrderId=123 &<common request parameters> 

Sample success responses

XML format

     <RequestId>7133DF67-5B25-460F-8285-C4CC93472C2F</RequestId> <Success>true</Success> 

JSON Format

     { "RequestId": "7133DF67-5B25-460F-8285-C4CC93472C2F", "Success": true } 

Error codes

Go to the Error Center For more information, see error codes.