Google Spreadsheet: Delete a row from a Google worksheet. Note that this only works with worksheets containing column headers.
The link for the row to be deleted. The can be obtained from the SheetQuery stored procedure. If you know the rowlink, enter it to avoid extra requests to the server. If left empty, the 'Name', 'SheetName' (or 'ID') and 'Row' are required.
The ETag value for the row to be deleted. The ETag is like a RowLink, but will change every time the row is modified. If provided, this will ensure that the row has not been subsequently updated. This can be obtained from the QuerySheet stored procedure.
The ID of the worksheet that you are updating. This can be obtained from the ListWorksheets stored procedure. If you know the ID, enter it to avoid the extra requests to the server. If left empty the 'Name' and 'SheetName' are required.
The row # to be deleted. The column headers cannot be deleted so the first row of data is row 1.
The spreadsheet name. Not needed if specifying 'ID' or 'RowLink'.
The worksheet name. Not needed if specifying 'ID' or 'RowLink'.
|Success||String||Indicates the success of the operation.|