XOMNI: Experience Omni-Channel

Last Updated: May 05, 2016

The API can be used to create a new asset.

Request

{
   "FileName":"sampleImage.jpg",
   "MimeType":"image/jpeg",
   "FileBody":"YXJtdXQ="
}
HTTP Method Resource URI
POST https://{tenantName}.api.xomni.com/management/storage/asset

Request Body Description

Parameter Name Description Type Conditions
Id This is the unique ID for the asset. Number
FileName File name of the asset. String
Required
MimeType Mime type of the asset. String
Required
FileBody Byte array of the asset content. Array
Required

Request Headers

Header Field Name Description
Content-Type
Content type of the response entity. The value of this header is always application/json.
Authorization
Access or identity token taken from oauth APIs.
Sample: Bearer dc8f1dcdbe454da8a25621839a93569337522968019e4bd7becd6e01285444da
Accept
Includes minor version header.
Sample: application/vnd.xomni.api-v4-1, */*

Response

{
   "Id":1,
   "FileName":"sampleImage.jpg",
   "MimeType":"image/jpeg"
}

Response Body Description

Parameter Name Description Type
Id This is the unique ID for the asset. Number
FileName File name of the asset. String
MimeType Mime type of the asset. String

Response Headers

Header Field Name Description
Content-Type
Content type of the response entity. The value of this header is always application/json.

Status Codes

A successful operation returns status code 200 (OK) for POST operations. Possible response status codes are as listed below:

Status Code Description
413 (Request Entity Too Large) Request Body Exceeds Max Limit