Asyn Task API Return Format

Last updated: 2019-09-20 11:47:59

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    Asynchronous task API is not defined in the updated API documents (available for certain services only, such as CVM). For specific usage, see the Action field in each document.

    Format of Returned Results for Common Asynchronous Task APIs

    Sending one request to common asynchronous task APIs allows you to operate only one type of resource at a time. For example, you can create load balancer or reset the server’s operating system by making a call to the specified common asynchronous task API.

    Name Type Description Required
    code Int Error code of the returned result. 0: success; other values: failure Yes
    message String Error message of the returned result No
    requestId String Task number Yes

    Format of Returned Results for Batch Asynchronous Task APIs

    With such asynchronous task APIs, multiple resources can be operated for each request. For example, you can change passwords, start or shut down servers.

    Name Type Description Required
    code Int Error code of the returned result. 0: success; other values: failure Yes
    message String Error message of the returned result No
    detail Array The code, message and requestId of the resource operation are returned with the resource ID as the key Yes

    For example:

    {
        "code": 0,
        "message": "success",
        "detail": {
            "qcvm6a456b0d8f01d4b2b1f5073d3fb8ccc0": {
                "code": 0,
                "message": "",
                "requestId": "1231231231231"
            },
            "qcvm6a456b0d8f01d4b2b1f5073d3fb8ccc1": {
                "code": 0,
                "message": "",
                "requestId": "1231231231232"
            }
        }
    }
    • If the operation succeeds for all resources, the outermost code is 0.
    • If the operation fails for all resources, the outermost code is 5100.
    • If the operation fails for some resources, the outermost code is 5400. In this case, the terminal can obtain information about the failed operations via the detail field.

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