Normal Image Request
For this example, we use the following image to explain how Info Requests work.
The normal request for this image looks like this:
Simple Info Request
In order to retrieve simple information like image path, dimensions, last modified date, etc. in JSON format, you can use the normal info request type=info&tpl=info.json. In order to use it, you need to switch?type=image in the image request with ?type=info&tpl=info.json:
The reply to this request contains the following information:
Advanced Info Request
It is also possible to retrieve more advanced information with the request ?type=info&tpl=interface_metadata.json. This request retrieves the data which is displayed in the Metadata tab of your Web Interface in JSON. This is a Web Interface request, that means it is only possible to request this info if you are authenticated while being logged into your FSI Server Web Interface.
A request for the info list looks like this:
This request also contains advanced information, including IPTC and EXIF data.
Please note: the request only contains information which is stored in the metadata, that means if no EXIF data is included, it will not be listed in the info request.
An example how such a request could look like (shortened example):
You can read more about Templates and Image and Metadata Addressing in the FSI Server Manual.