Administrative operations, such as creating or deleting corpora
Computes the amount of quota consumed across the entire Vectara account.
Computes the amount of quota consumed by a corpus. This capability is useful for administrators to track and monitor the amount
Creates an API key that you bind with a specific corpus or multiple corpora. You can create an API key that only gives access to query data (read-only) or an API key that gives access to both querying and serving (read-write).
Creates a corpus, which is a container to store data in.
Deletes API keys to help you manage the security and lifecycle of API keys in your application.
Deletes a corpus and all of the data contained inside of the corpus.
Enables or disables a specific API key.
Displays usage information about indexing and query operations in a corpus. This helps administrators in analyzing and managing resource consumption more efficiently for specific corpora.
Lists the API keys and the associated corpora names and IDs.
Lists all corpora accessible to the OAuth client.
List the jobs associated with this account. Jobs are background processes like [replacing the filterable metadata attributes](https://docs.vectara.com/docs/rest-api/replace-corpus-filter-attrs).
Displays detailed information about corpora within your account including basic information, metadata, and whether it is enabled or disabled.
Updates the filterable metadata fields for the corpus.
Resets a corpus by removing all of the documents inside of it.
Lets you enable or disable a corpus. This is useful when you need to take the corpus offline without having to delete the corpus.