You can prevent duplicate
PATCH requests by including an idempotency key that represents the uniqueness of a request, so that no request with the same unique value is attempted more than once. These keys are stored for a period of 24 hours.
To perform an idempotent request, add an additional
Idempotency-Key header to your
PATCH request, with a generated and stored random value, such as a V4 UUID. If you do not wish to store a separate idempotency key with each request, consider using a repeatable hash of the request body itself.
If a request fails due to a network error, you can safely retry the same request with the same key and guarantee that your request has had exactly one effect. When a request is sent with an idempotency key that the Routable API has previously received in the last 24 hours, the Routable system considers it to be a repeat of the previous call with the same key. The response for the previous call will be returned with a
200 OK or
201 Created status code.
idempotency keys are supported on the following endpoints.
Idempotency-Key headers provided on other requests will be ignored without error.
Updated about 1 year ago