Territories of a User

Purpose

To get the territories related to a user.

Request Details

Request URL

To get all the territories of the user - {api-domain}/crm/{version}/users/{id}/territories
To get a specific territory of the user - {api-domain}/crm/{version}/users/{id}/territories/{territory_id}

Header

Authorization: Zoho-oauthtoken d92d4xxxxxxxxxxxxx15f52

Scope

scope=ZohoCRM.users.{operation_type}
(or)
scope=ZohoCRM.settings.territories.{operation_type}

Possible operation types

ALL - Full access to the record
READ - Get records from the module
UPDATE - Update records in the module

Sample Request

Copiedcurl "https://www.zohoapis.com/crm/v3/users/3652397000000186017/territories"
-H "Authorization: Zoho-oauthtoken 1000.8cb99dxxxxxxxxxxxxx9be93.9b8xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxf"
-X GET
Copiedresponse = invokeurl
[
	url: "https://www.zohoapis.com/crm/v3/users/3652397000000186017/territories"
	type: GET
	connection:"crm_oauth_connection"
];
info response;

Response JSON Keys

  • idstring

    Represents the unique ID of the territory that the user is associated to.

  • ManagerJSON object

    Represents the name and ID of the manager of the territory.

  • Namestring

    Represents the name of the territory.

  • Reporting_ToJSON object

    Represents the name and ID of the parent territory. For the parent territory, this value is null.

  • Response JSON Keys in the "info" object (only while fetching a specific territory related to the user

  • per_pageinteger

    Represents the number of records you can fetch in a single API call. The maximum value is 200.

  • countinteger

    Represents the number of records fetched in this API call.

  • pageinteger

    Represents the page number from which the records were fetched. The default value us 1.

  • more_recordsboolean

    Represents whether or not there are more records in the module to be fetched.

Possible Errors

  • INVALID_DATAHTTP 400

    You have specified an invalid ID for either the user, territory or both.
    Resolution: The resource_path_index int he response gives you the position of the invalid ID in the request. Specify a valid ID.

Copied{
    "territories": [
        {
            "id": "3652397000000715341",
            "Manager": {
                "name": "Patricia Boyle",
                "id": "3652397000000186017"
            },
            "Name": "USA",
            "Reporting_To": null
        },
        {
            "id": "3652397000007612003",
            "Manager": {
                "name": "Jane Smith",
                "id": "3652397000000281001"
            },
            "Name": "Texas",
            "Reporting_To": {
                "id": "3652397000000715341",
                "Name": "USA"
            }
        },
        {
            "id": "3652397000007612015",
            "Manager": {
                "name": "Jane Smith",
                "id": "3652397000000281001"
            },
            "Name": "Washington",
            "Reporting_To": {
                "id": "3652397000000715341",
                "Name": "USA"
            }
        },
        {
            "id": "3652397000007622003",
            "Manager": {
                "name": "Patricia Boyle",
                "id": "3652397000000186017"
            },
            "Name": "New York",
            "Reporting_To": {
                "id": "3652397000000715341",
                "Name": "USA"
            }
        }
    ],
    "info": {
        "per_page": 200,
        "count": 4,
        "page": 1,
        "more_records": false
    }
}