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Denzie Gray asked

Does using Http in CloudScript count toward the API limit?

Or do I just have to worry about the 10 seconds Execution time?


Basically I understand that server.[method] counts and I am asking if
http.[method] also counts to the limit.

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Citrus Yan answered

http.[method] does not count to the “Cloud Script execution API requests issued” limit. It’s the “Execution time” limit that you need to be aware of, and, if you need larger “PlayFab API calls” capacity and execution Time, you might as well consider using PlayFab CloudScript using Azure Functions:

PlayFab CloudScript using Azure Functions - PlayFab | Microsoft Docs

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Denzie Gray avatar image Denzie Gray commented ·

Thank you. Is there a list of what does/doesn't count towards the limit?

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Citrus Yan avatar image Citrus Yan Denzie Gray commented ·

No, there is no such list provided, basically if you call PlayFab APIs from CS, it would count towards the “Cloud Script execution API requests issued”, for other logics & methods, you'd need to be aware of the Execution Time they consume.

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Denzie Gray avatar image Denzie Gray Citrus Yan commented ·

Alright that's good enough.

Anything in the RestAPI counts.

Thank you.

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