Upload chunk

Upload a chunk to an existing document upload session.

POST /outbound/documents/{id}


Name (bold if mandatory) Type Comments Default
id String The document ID to which to add this buffer (to get an ID, create a document upload session) . None, mandatory.

Request headers

Header Range needs to indicate which byte numbers are being uploaded in the current chunk (up to 1 Mb per chunk), for example,
Range: bytes=0-32568. Note that chunks must be sequential, they cannot be loaded in random order.

Request content

The request content area holds the chunk being uploaded.


Response Codes

Standard HTTP response codes apply, but these are interesting here:

Response Code Meaning
202 ACCEPTED The chunk has been accepted, but you haven’t uploaded the entire document yet.
200 OK The chunk has been accepted, and you have uploaded the entire document.
413 REQUEST ENTITY TOO LARGE You’ve already uploaded the entire expected buffer.

Response Headers

Response Header Meaning
X-Content-Range: bytes 0-{mmmmm}/{nnnnn} Which bytes of the document have been received



POST /outbound/documents/9ac5137ac9384d HTTP/1.1
Authorization: Basic dXNlcm5hbWU6cGFzc3dvcmQ=
Host: rest.interfax.net
Range: bytes=0-42680
Content-Length: 42681


curl "https://rest.interfax.net/outbound/documents/9ac5137ac9384d" ^
	--data-binary "@fax_order.pdf" ^
	-u username:password ^
	-H "Range: bytes=0-42680"