The ApplicationIdentifier type holds the identification information for an application. The ApplicationIdentifier type parameters are listed below.


Name Type Description
identifier Extension. See Identifier. Generic identification extension base. Holds the displayName, id, and uuid for an application.


The ApplicationIdentifier is the identifier that can be used in Web service methods to uniquely identify an application. The ApplicationIdentifier contains the generic information about an application (including the display name, ID, and UUID).

Note: You can send any one of the elements in the identifier--you do not need to provide values for every element. You only need to provide more than one element in the event that the first element does not uniquely identify the object.


The following XML snippet shows ApplicationIdentifier in the return element of a response.

   <ae:application xsi:type="ae:ApplicationIdentifier">
      <ae:displayName>Incident Management</ae:displayName>
   <ae:description>Provides simple Incident Management
   functionality for small Support teams.</ae:description>