Trashed Web Link

Represents a trashed web link.

string
11446498

The unique identifier for this web link

string
web_link

Value is always web_link

string / date-time
2012-12-12T10:53:43-08:00

When this file was created on Box’s servers.

The user who created this web link

Example page

The description accompanying the web link. This is visible within the Box web application.

string
1

The entity tag of this web link. Used with If-Match headers.

trashed

Whether this item is deleted or not. Values include active, trashed if the file has been moved to the trash, and deleted if the file has been permanently deleted

Value is one of active,trashed,deleted

string / date-time
2012-12-12T10:53:43-08:00

When this file was last updated on the Box servers.

The user who last modified this web link

string
My Bookmark

The name of the web link

The user who owns this web link

The parent object the web link belongs to

The tree of folders that this web link is contained in, starting at the root.

Array of folders for this item's path collection

123456789

The unique identifier that represent a folder.

folder

Value is always folder

This field is null for the Trash folder

Trash

The name of the Trash folder.

This field is null for the Trash folder

1

The number of folders in this list.

string / date-time
2012-12-12T10:53:43-08:00

When this file will be permanently deleted.

3

A numeric identifier that represents the most recent user event that has been applied to this item.

This can be used in combination with the GET /events-endpoint to filter out user events that would have occurred before this identifier was read.

An example would be where a Box Drive-like application would fetch an item via the API, and then listen to incoming user events for changes to the item. The application would ignore any user events where the sequence_id in the event is smaller than or equal to the sequence_id in the originally fetched resource.

string / date-time
2012-12-12T10:53:43-08:00

When this file was last moved to the trash.

string
https://www.example.com/example/1234

The URL this web link points to

Response Example

{
  "id": 11446498,
  "type": "web_link",
  "created_at": "2012-12-12T10:53:43-08:00",
  "created_by": {
    "id": 11446498,
    "type": "user",
    "login": "ceo@example.com",
    "name": "Aaron Levie"
  },
  "description": "Example page",
  "etag": 1,
  "item_status": "trashed",
  "modified_at": "2012-12-12T10:53:43-08:00",
  "modified_by": {
    "id": 11446498,
    "type": "user",
    "login": "ceo@example.com",
    "name": "Aaron Levie"
  },
  "name": "My Bookmark",
  "owned_by": {
    "id": 11446498,
    "type": "user",
    "login": "ceo@example.com",
    "name": "Aaron Levie"
  },
  "parent": {
    "id": 12345,
    "type": "folder",
    "etag": 1,
    "name": "Contracts",
    "sequence_id": 3
  },
  "path_collection": {
    "entries": [
      {
        "type": "folder",
        "id": 123456789,
        "sequence_id": "null",
        "etag": "null",
        "name": "Trash"
      }
    ],
    "total_count": 1
  },
  "purged_at": "2012-12-12T10:53:43-08:00",
  "sequence_id": 3,
  "shared_link": "null",
  "trashed_at": "2012-12-12T10:53:43-08:00",
  "url": "https://www.example.com/example/1234"
}