Schedules a terminal action by specifying the action and the terminals that the action must be applied to.
The following restrictions apply:
To make this request, your API credential must have the following role:
Information about the action to take.
The date and time when the action should happen. Format: RFC 3339, but without the Z before the time offset. For example, 2021-11-15T12:16:21+01:00 The action is sent with the first maintenance call after the specified date and time in the time zone of the terminal. An empty value causes the action to be sent as soon as possible: at the next maintenance call.
The unique ID of the store. If present, all terminals in the
terminalIds list must be assigned to this store.
A list of unique IDs of the terminals to apply the action to. You can extract the IDs from the GET
/terminals response. Maximum length: 100 IDs.
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