GET ping

Returns information about the service, including version number and build date

Request Information

URI Parameters

None.

Body Parameters

None.

Response Information

Resource Description

Service information

VersionInfoVm
NameDescriptionTypeAdditional information
AssemblyName

The name of the assembly that generated this object. In practice, this is `Nrk.Programspiller.Common`.

string

None.

Version

The version number of the assembly that generated this object. Example: `8.3.1150.0`

string

None.

Date

A string on the format `dd.MM.yyyy hh:mm:ss` indicating when the assembly that generated this object was built. Example: `28.06.2017 07:39:17`

string

None.

PackageVersion

I don't know what this communicates to whom. It is read from `CommonConfig.PackageVersion`, where it is hard-coded. Example: `Pakke74`

string

None.

MediaTypeVersion

What is this, what is it used for and why is it called media type version? In practice, it seems to echo back `8` or `9` based on the version header provided by the client. So perhaps it's related to the media element endpoint in some way? Example: `8`

integer

None.

Response Formats

application/json, text/json

Sample:
{
  "assemblyName": "sample string 1",
  "version": "sample string 2",
  "date": "sample string 3",
  "packageVersion": "sample string 4",
  "mediaTypeVersion": 5
}