Enable or disable a service.

API Parameter Table

Parameter Name Type Mandatory Default Value Description
id integer true null The id of the service
enable boolean true null 1 to enable, 0 to disable service

API Call Template

enableService id=<serviceId> enable=<enableValue>

Sample API Call

enableService id=5 enable=0

This disables the service with an id of 5.

enableService id=5 enable=1

This enables the service with an id of 5.

Success Response in JSON

          "data": {
                    "data": {
                              "acceptedConnectionsCount": 3,
                              "appId": 1,
                              "appName": "evostreamms",
                              "droppedConnectionsCount": 0,
                              "enabled": true,
                              "id": 5,
                              "ip": "",
                              "port": 9556,
                              "protocol": "inboundRtmp,
                              "sslCert": "",
                              "sslKey": ""
                    "description": "Status changed",
                    "status": "SUCCESS"

JSON Response

The JSON response contains the following details:

  • data –  The data to parse.
    • acceptedConnectionsCount – The number of active connections using the service
    • appId – The ID of the application using the service
    • appName – The name of the application using the service
    • droppedConnectionsCount – The number of dropped connections
    • enabled - true if the service is enabled, false if not
    • id = ID of the service
    • ip = The IP address bound to the service
    • port – The port bound to the service
    • protocol – The protocol bound to the service
    • sslCert – The SSL certificate (for some protocols only)
    • sslKey – The SSL certificate key (for some protocols only)
    • useLengthPadding – true if padding is enabled, false if not (for some protocols only)
    • waitForMetadata – true if metadata is required, false if not (for some protocols only)
  • description– Describes the result of parsing/executing the command
  • status – SUCCESS if the command was parsed and executed successfully, FAIL if not.