Deletes a watermark rule.

Usage notes

This operation allows you to delete a watermark rule with a specified ID.

QPS limit

You can call this operation up to 60 times per second per account. Requests that exceed this limit are dropped and you will experience service interruptions. We recommend that you take note of this limit when you call this operation. For more information, see QPS limit on an API operation in ApsaraVideo Live.


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Request parameters

Parameter Type Required Example Description
Action String Yes DeleteLiveStreamWatermarkRule

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

Domain String Yes

The streaming domain.

App String No liveApp****

The name of the application to which the live stream belongs.

Stream String No liveStreamA

The name of the live stream. The following rules apply:

  • A stream name can be exactly matched. Example: liveStreamA.
  • Fuzzy match is also supported. The use of an asterisk (*) allows all approximate matches to be found.
  • You can place the asterisk before or after an approximate string.
  • Fuzzy match: Only one asterisk (*) before or after an approximate string is allowed. The approximate string must be enclosed in (). Separate multiple strings with vertical bars (|).
  • For example, *(t1|t2) matches all streams whose name has the t1 or t2 suffix, and (abc|123)* matches all streams whose name has the abc or 123 prefix.
RuleId String No 445409ec-7eaa-461d -8f29-4bec2eb9****

The ID of the watermark rule.

Response parameters

Parameter Type Example Description
RequestId String 5c6a2a0df228-4a64- af62-20e91b9676b3

The ID of the request.


Sample request

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Sample success responses

XML format

HTTP/1.1 200 OK

<RequestId>5c6a2a0df228-4a64- af62-20e91b9676b3</RequestId>

JSON format

HTTP/1.1 200 OK

  "RequestId" : "5c6a2a0df228-4a64- af62-20e91b9676b3"

Error codes

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