Request and response types#
The Rackspace Cloud Images API supports the JSON data serialization formats.
The request format is specified by using the
Content-Type header and is
required for operations that have a request body.
The response format can be specified in requests either by using the
header or adding a
.json extension to the request URI. A response can be
serialized using a format that is different from the request.
If no response format is specified, JSON is the default. If conflicting
formats are specified by using both an
Accept header and a query
extension, the query extension takes precedence.
The Cloud Images API accepts and serves JSON-encoded data. The media type required in the request varies by the following request types:
Requests that send JSON-encoded data use the following media type in their
Content-Type header: 'application/json'.
Requests that use HTTP PATCH syntax use the following media type in their
Content-Type header: 'application/openstack-images-v2.1-json-patch'.
The necessary JSON-schema documents are provided at predictable URIs. A consumer validates server responses and client requests based on the published schemas. The schemas contained in this document are only examples and should not be used to validate your requests. A client should always fetch current schemas from the server.