When uploading a file for a product, the file itself needs to be sent in the body of your request in a form of binary data. The file you wish to upload needs to be prepared for that format and then sent to Ecwid API endpoint.
Alternatively, you can specify an
externalUrl to your file as a request parameter and Ecwid will download it from there. You can also use a
description as a request parameter to specify the image title and description.
|Authorization||string||oAuth token with mandatory |
A JSON object of type 'UploadStatus' with the following fields:
|id||number||Internal file ID|
In case of error, Ecwid responds with an error HTTP status code and, optionally, JSON-formatted body containing error description
|400||Request parameters are malformed|
|402||The functionality/method is not available on the merchant plan|
|403||Access token doesn't have |
|404||Product is not found|
|413||The file size exceeds allowed size for plan|
|415||Unsupported content-type: expected |
|500||Uploading of the file failed or there was an internal server error while processing a file|