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Posted · API /print_job/state Error Code 400

I tried to use the API to pause/resume a print job, but I get the Error Code 400. Any idea of what I am doing wrong?

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Posted (edited) · API /print_job/state Error Code 400

Although a 400 is a general code, I'm going to guess that the authorization header is missing.

I don't think you can do authenticated requests from within the Swagger UI (that's the thing you are using in your screenshot). You will need a tool such as Postman to do it: https://www.getpostman.com/

 

 

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Posted · API /print_job/state Error Code 400

The authorization error is 401 (see picture) and I double checked the verification (see second picture). Any other ideas? Is the value with just "pause" correct?image.thumb.png.fecc9ad9aaafe540a71099367ae70680.pngimage.thumb.png.26bec04167162ad001b7dc5cd77d1161.png

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Posted · API /print_job/state Error Code 400

Aha, ok, yes, I would have expected a 401, so that's fine.

 

I see that the "parameter content type" is set to JSON. Just a value (such as "pause") is not valid JSON. 

 

Checking the link in my previous reply, I think what you need to have there is {"target": "pause"}. The provided description seems to be a bit lacking in this case.

 

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Posted · API /print_job/state Error Code 400

The problem is solved :)

 

If you put in the syntax {"target": "pause"} it works quit well. Thanks for your help!

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