Response data properties. Evaluates the current request as if it were an image request (req=img), but instead of returning the image, the server returns selected properties of the reply image.
Unique request identifier.
Requests that support JSONP response format lets you specify the name of the JS callback handler using the extended syntax of req= parameter:
req=...,json [&handler = reqHandler ]
<reqHandler> is the name of the JS handler that is present in the JSONP response. Only a-z, A-Z, and 0-9 characters are allowed. Optional. Default is s7jsonResponse .
See Properties for a description of the reply syntax and the response MIME type. The HTTP response is cacheable with a TTL based on attribute::NonImgExpiration .
The following properties are returned for /is/image requests:
Background color (See bgc= .)
Reply image height in pixels
True if the ICC profile is embedded in the reply image. (See IccEmbed= .)
Name/description of the profile associated with the reply image.
Reply size in pixels not including the HTTP header; 0 if the reply image data has not been cached previously by the server. (See req=loadcache .)
1 if the reply image includes an alpha channel, 0 otherwise.
Reply image type, may be CMYK , RGB or BW (for gray-scale images).
1 if the response image embeds any paths, 0 otherwise. (See pathEmbed= .)
Print resolution (dpi)
JPEG quality. (See qlt= .)
Mime type for the reply image. (See fmt= .)
Reply image width in pixels.
1 if the response image embeds xmp data, 0 otherwise. (See xmpEmbed= .)
Image version identifier. (See id= .)
Metadata version identifier. (See id= .)
The following properties are returned for /is/content requests:
Partially resolved file path. (See static::Path .)
Object file size in bytes
static::Expiration or the default time to live
Modification date/time (from static::TimeStamp or the object file)