ResourceRecordSets: list

Enumerate ResourceRecordSets that have been created but not yet deleted.


HTTP request



Parameter name Value Description
Path parameters
managedZone string Identifies the managed zone addressed by this request. Can be the managed zone name or id.
project string Identifies the project addressed by this request.
Optional query parameters
maxResults integer Optional. Maximum number of results to be returned. If unspecified, the server will decide how many results to return.
name string Restricts the list to return only records with this fully qualified domain name.
pageToken string Optional. A tag returned by a previous list request that was truncated. Use this parameter to continue a previous list request.
type string Restricts the list to return only records of this type. If present, the "name" parameter must also be present.


This request requires authorization with at least one of the following scopes:


Request body

Do not supply a request body with this method.


If successful, this method returns a response body with the following structure:

  "kind": "dns#resourceRecordSetsListResponse",
  "header": {
    "operationId": string
  "rrsets": [
    resourceRecordSets Resource
  "nextPageToken": string
Property name Value Description Notes
kind string Type of resource.
rrsets[] list The resource record set resources.
nextPageToken string The presence of this field indicates that there exist more results following your last page of results in pagination order. To fetch them, make another list request using this value as your pagination token.

In this way you can retrieve the complete contents of even very large collections one page at a time. However, if the contents of the collection change between the first and last paginated list request, the set of all elements returned will be an inconsistent view of the collection. There is no way to retrieve a consistent snapshot of a collection larger than the maximum page size.
header.operationId string For mutating operation requests that completed successfully. This is the client_operation_id if the client specified it, otherwise it is generated by the server (output only).