The default format is XML. To get a JSON response add a .json extension to the resource name or
set the Accept header to application/json.

The root element of the XML response is <ImpactRadiusResponse>, which is common to all resources. Also, each resource representation has a self-referencing URI (i.e. the URI used to retrieve it). This is an aspect of the REST's Hypermedia References (see below).


The response formats are different for the GET versus the POST, PUT, and DELETE requests. GET requests contain a full representation of the resource requested. Each resource has different representations which are detailed in their respective sections below.


Unlike the GET response, the response for POST, PUT, and DELETE will only contain a Status as well as a URI pointing to where more details for the entity referenced can be found. For resources that execute immediately, the URI will represent the corresponding GET request for that entity. Resources that require more intensive processing will queue the request and return a QueuedURI where details about the status of the request can be found.

Example Request

curl '<AccountSID>/Advertisers' \
    -H 'Accept: application/json'

Example response

// OK Response
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
  "Status": "OK",
  "Uri": "/Advertisers/<AccountSID>/Ads/656565"

// Queued Response
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
  "Status": "QUEUED",
  "QueuedUri": "/Advertisers/<AccountSID>/APISubmissions/A-1234bcd5-6789-0123-e45f-6g789hijklm0"
<!--OK Response-->
HTTP/1.1 200 OK

<!--Queued Response-->
HTTP/1.1 200 OK


Everything worked as expected and the request was completed immediately.


Everything worked as expected and the request was queued for processing.


Something went wrong and the request was not processed. Check the Message field for more details.