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QueryLimitsRequest Element

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Checks the state of one or more limits at the time this request is made.

  <QueryLimitsRequest>
    <FieldList>
      <Name>CCMaxMeetingSchedulingLimit</Name>
      <Name>CCAttendanceLimit</Name>
      <Name>CCScheduleLimit</Name>
      <Name>NamedUserLimit</Name>
    </FieldList>
  </QueryLimitsRequest>

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PlaceWareConfCenter

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This request tells the requesting user how close to an account limit he or she is. There is no guarantee that a subsequent call to CreateUser, ModifyUser, or CreateMeeting will not exceed the limit. If the limit does not apply to the account level, for example CCMaxMeetingSchedulingLimit, only the limit value is returned. This request does not require the caller to be the Provisioning Administrator.

The limit values that can be requested are:

  • CCMaxMeetingSchedulingLimit: Per meeting schedule limit. The returned value is in the range of 1 to 2500.

  • CCAttendanceLimit: Conference Center wide attendance limit. The returned value is in the range of 1 to 2500.

  • CCScheduleLimit: Conference Center wide schedule limit. The returned value is in the range of 1 to 2147483647.

  • NamedUserLimit: The number of users who are allowed to schedule meetings. The returned value is in the range of 1 to 2147483647.

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