Request Structure

Last updated: 2019-11-29 15:02:24

    1. Service Address

    The API supports access from either a nearby region (at or a specified region (at for Guangzhou, for example).

    It is recommended to use the domain name for nearby access. Based on the location of the client when calling the API, the request will be automatically resolved to the server in the nearest region. For example, if a request is initiated in Guangzhou, it will be automatically resolved to the server in Guangzhou, and the effect is the same as that when specifying

    Below lists the currently supported regions:

    Access region Domain name
    Nearby region (recommended, only for non-financial availability zones)
    South China (Guangzhou)
    East China (Shanghai)
    North China (Beijing)
    Southwest China (Chengdu)
    Southwest China (Chongqing)
    Southeast Asia (Seoul)
    Southeast Asia (Singapore)
    Asia Pacific (Mumbai)
    Western America (Silicon Valley)
    Eastern America (Virginia)
    Access region for financial availability zone Domain name for financial availability zone
    East China (Shanghai Financial)
    South China (Shenzhen Financial)

    2. Communications Protocol

    All the Tencent Cloud APIs communicate via HTTPS, providing highly secure communications tunnels.

    3. Request Method

    POST and GET requests are supported. Currently, POST requests only support Content-Type application/x-www-form-urlencoded.

    4. Character Encoding

    Only UTF-8 encoding is used.

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