Request type. Specifies the type of data requested.
Run commands in debug mode.
Return information about the objects in the vignette.
Run commands and return the rendered image.
Return properties of the specified vignette.
Returns image map data embedded in the vignette.
Run commands and return the rendered image masked to the current object selection.
Run commands and return properties of the reply image.
Returns the contents of vignette::UserData .
Unless otherwise noted in the detailed descriptions, the server returns text responses with MIME type <text/plain>.
Executes the specified commands and returns the rendered image. If an error occurs, error and debug information is returned instead of the error image ( attribute::ErrorImagePath ).
Returns an XML representation of the object hierarchy in the vignette, including selected object attributes. Other commands in the request are ignored.
Executes the specified commands and returns the rendered image. The reply data format and response type is determined by fmt= .
Returns selected properties of the vignette file or catalog entry specified in the URL path. See Properties for a description of the reply syntax and response MIME type. Other commands in the request are ignored. The following properties are returned:
attribute::Expiration or the default time to live.
Full resolution height in pixels.
name/description of the profile associated with this vignette.
1 if the associated profile is embedded in the vignette.
1 if the vignette embeds path data.
attribute::Modifier or empty if not a catalog entry.
Pixel type of the response image; may be 'CMYK', 'RGB' or 'BW' (for grayscale images).
Default print resolution in dpi.
Modification date/time (from catalog::TimeStamp or the vignette file).
Full resolution width in pixels.
Vignette name (name string of the root vignette object).
Maximum object resolution in material resolution units (typically pixels/inch).
Minimum object resolution in material resolution units (typically pixels/inch).
Vignette file version number.
Returns image map data included in the vignette. By default, the map data for all outermost groups is returned. The map data for all innermost groups can be obtained with
The map data is not scaled to wid= or hei= or otherwise modified. The response MIME type is <text/xml> .
The response data consists of a <map> element containing a set of <area> elements, similar to the HTML <AREA> tag.
Each <area> element includes the standard type= and coord= attributes, as well as a name= attribute, specifying the vignette group name or name path. Multiple <area> elements with the same name will be present if the masks of the corresponding object group has discontinuous regions.
In addition to the default attributes, vignettes can define additional attributes if so authored. Such custom attributes are defined as object group attributes. The names of custom attributes must begin with map . to be included in the <area> elements. For example, if the group attributes include map.href=http://www.scene7.com , the corresponding <area> element will include href="http://www.scene7.com" .
An XML document with an empty <map> element is returned if the vignette does not include map data.
Executes the specified commands and returns the rendered image masked by the residual object selection (the group or object selected with the last sel= or obj= command in the request). Typically used in conjunction with an image format which supports alpha (see fmt= ). If an image format is used which does not support alpha, the areas outside the mask are black.
Executes the specified commands and returns vignette properties and group or object properties, rather than the rendered image. See Properties for a description of the reply syntax and the response MIME type. The default selection applies unless obj= or sel= is specified as well (see obj= ).
The following properties may be included in the response:
Reply image background color.
Reply image height in pixels.
True if the ICC profile will be embedded in the reply image (see iccEmbed= ).
Shortcut name of the profile associated with the reply image (see icc= ).
True if the reply image includes alpha.
True if the reply image includes path data (see pathEmbed= ).
Reply image type, may be 'CMYK', 'RGB' or 'BW' (for grayscale images)
Print resolution (dpi)
JPEG quality and chroma flag (see qlt= )
Mime type for the reply image (see fmt= ).
Reply image width in pixels.
Attributes string for the current selection.
Number of objects in the current selection.
Indent value of the current selection.
select selection.attributes ion.name
Full name path of the current object selection.
number of overlap objects in the current selection.
Number of renderable objects in the current selection.
Number of texturable objects in the current selection.
Current show/hide status of the current selection.
Z-order value of the first overlap object in the current selection.
Returns the contents of vignette::UserData . The server will replace all occurrences of '??' in vignette::UserData with line terminators ( <cr><lf> ). The reply is formatted as text data with the response MIME type set to <text/plain>.
If the object specified in the URL path does not resolve to a valid vignette map entry, or if the vignette::UserData is empty, the reply will only contain a line terminator ( CR/LF ).
Any other commands in the request string are ignored.
Request command. May occur anywhere in the request string.
If the URL does not include an image path or modifiers, then:
#S7Z OK #Mon Aug 18 17:28:32 PDT 2014 copyright=Copyright (c) 1995-2014 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved.