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View profile information for the specified user.
Create multiple user profiles with a single API call.
Count the number of user profiles that meet the specified criteria (e.g., all the user profiles that have not been updated since June 1, 2020).
Create a user profile..
Remove a user profile. Note that this operation cannot be undone.
Remove all access and refresh tokens for the specified user. If the happens, the user will need to reauthenticate before they can do such things as access their user profile.
Search for user account (e.g., all the user who live in Canada).
Replace all the attribute values in a user profile with a new set of attribute values.
Update specific attribute values in a user profile.
View detailed information for the specified entity type.
Add an attribute to an entity type schema.
Add a validation data rule to en entity type schema. For example, you might add a rule that limits an attribute to no more than 20 characters.
Create an entity type.
Remove an access chema. An access schema defines the subset of attributes to which a client has read or write access.
View the access schema for an entity type. An access schema defines the subset of attributes to which a client has read or write access.
View all your entity types.
Delete an attribute from an entity type schema.
Delete a validation rule from an entity type schema.
View validation rules for an entity type schema. Validation rules help determine the data that can and cannot be stored in an attribute.
Update an access schema for an entity type. An access schema defines the subset of attributes to which a client has read or write access.
Update the constraints assigned to an attribute. Constraints impose specific conditions on an attribute; for example, you mark an attribute as required meaning that a user cannot save their user profile unless that attribute has been set to a non-null value.