The End User's date of birth as YYYY-MM-DD. Any values whose representation uses fewer than the specified number of digits should be zero-padded. The length of this value MUST always be 10. If the End User user does not want to reveal any particular component of this value, it MUST be set to zero.
For instance, if a End User wants to specify that his date of birth is in 1980, but not the month or day, the value returned SHALL be "1980-00-00".
The End User's country of residence as specified by ISO3166.
The email address of the End User as specified in section 3.4.1 of [RFC2822]
The error message
UTF-8 string free text representation of the End User's full name.
The End User's gender, "M" for male, "F" for female.
End User's preferred language as specified by ISO639.
Any UTF-8 string that the End User wants to use as a password.
UTF-8 string free text that SHOULD conform to the End User's country's postal system.
Response status (see status codes)
ASCII string from TimeZone database
The type of authentication that was successful
Any UTF-8 string that the End User wants to use as a username.
Inherited from JObject
- string $name: The type of the response
- Class constructor, overridden in descendant classes.
Inherited From JObject