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Upload dictionary patterns



Uploads a file containing a list of patterns to overwrite an existing specified dictionary. Authorization requires either the chatroom token with admin role or the dictionary token.


Path Parameters

    id stringrequired


Header Parameters

    authorization string

    This API should be invoked with the chatroom token or dictionary token.




    content_type string

    The HTTP Content-Type header value specifying the content type of the body.

    data byte

    The HTTP request/response body as raw binary.

    extensions object[]

    Application specific response metadata. Must be set in the first response for streaming APIs.

  • Array [
  • @type string

    A URL/resource name that uniquely identifies the type of the serialized protocol buffer message. This string must contain at least one "/" character. The last segment of the URL's path must represent the fully qualified name of the type (as in path/google.protobuf.Duration). The name should be in a canonical form (e.g., leading "." is not accepted).

    In practice, teams usually precompile into the binary all types that they expect it to use in the context of Any. However, for URLs which use the scheme http, https, or no scheme, one can optionally set up a type server that maps type URLs to message definitions as follows:

    • If no scheme is provided, https is assumed.
    • An HTTP GET on the URL must yield a [google.protobuf.Type][] value in binary format, or produce an error.
    • Applications are allowed to cache lookup results based on the URL, or have them precompiled into a binary to avoid any lookup. Therefore, binary compatibility needs to be preserved on changes to types. (Use versioned type names to manage breaking changes.)

    Note: this functionality is not currently available in the official protobuf release, and it is not used for type URLs beginning with As of May 2023, there are no widely used type server implementations and no plans to implement one.

    Schemes other than http, https (or the empty scheme) might be used with implementation specific semantics.

  • ]


A successful response.