Object's client data. See a more detailed description below.
A timestamp when the object was created.
Object's discovery ID. The filed can be used along with the Create Object method. If the field is specified in a request body, the method works as follows: if an object with a specified discovery ID doesn't exist, a new object with this ID will be created. If an object with a specified discovery ID already exists, the object's body will be updated. Thus, this field can be used as an external ID created by the user and utilized thereafter to work with an object.
Object's position on a map. It is specified as an array of two float numbers, where the first number is longitude, the second one is latitude.
The radius of an object's area displayed on a map.
Client data is a set of fields that correspond to various object's UI settings. The fields are specified in the JSON format and stored on a server as a string. The table below contains a description of all fields from the set:
An array of plots. Each plot is stored as an array, the first element of which is the ID of the plot, the second one is a mathematical formula for metrics to be displayed on the plot.
A collection of object's metrics names whose plots should be collapsed. Each record of the collection is a pair, the first element of which is a metric's title, the second one is a boolean value. If the value set to true, the corresponding plot will be collapsed.
Object's height (in pixels). Should be specified with the px suffix.
Object's margin from the left (in pixels). Should be specified with the px suffix.
Object's margin from the top (in pixels). Should be specified with the px suffix.
Object's width (in pixels). Should be specified with the px suffix.
Object's Z-index. The index specifies how overlapping objects should be displayed in the standard view. For example, if there are two overlapping objects, an object with a greater Z-index will be shown above the other object with a smaller Z-index. In other words, objects with greater Z-index are shown above objects with smaller Z-index.
An array of properties' keys whose values should be displayed on an object's headline.
An array of plots' IDs displayed on a joined plot.
A collection of object's sections names that should be unpinned. Each record of the collection is a pair, the first element of which is a section name, the second one is a boolean value. If the value is set to true, the corresponding section will be unpinned. See a list of all possible sections' names in the paragraph below.