The Access Revocation API imposes a rate limiting constraint of 60 requests per minute to ensure even distribution of system resources. Exceeding the limit results in a 429 error response.
The API responds with these HTTP headers to provide context over how close it's getting to the limit:
X-RateLimit-Limit: 60 requests per minute.
X-RateLimit-Remaining: Number of remaining requests allowed during the period.
X-RateLimit-Next: Once the
X-RateLimit-Limithas been reached, this represents the time you can issue another individual request. The
X-RateLimit-Remaininggradually increases and becomes equal to