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Add / Update Funding Project Transaction

Add or update a single transaction.

The transaction to be updated should be stored as a JSON-serialised document in the request data. All transactions must be associated with a particular project by the mandatory project_id field.

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HTTP 200: OK

Returns with a status code of 200


HTTP 401: bad request

Indicates that the transaction document is malformed. The response content will contain a JSON document with a key "detail" which will itself contain a dictionary describing each error. For example:

{ "detail": { "project_id": "Could not find project id 100 for this platform"} } }

HTTP 403: permisson denied

Indicates that an attempt was made to add or update a transaction for a platform which you don't have permission to update. Check that you are using the correct platform_id.


The following example inserts a single rewards funding project for platform Kickstarter using test mode:

Add / Update Funding Project Transaction


Using the standard curl command:

curl -X POST \ -H "Accept: application/json" \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ -H "Authorization: Token abcdef123456890" \ -d '' \

We depend on the very useful requests library.

import requests import json payload = r ='', headers={'Authorization': 'Token abcdef123456890', 'Content-Type': 'application/json'}, data = json.dumps(payload)) if r.status_code == 200: # We return the UUID field for successfully uploaded projects: print("UUID: %s" % r.json()['uuid']) else: print("Failed: errors = %r" % r.json()['detail'])

Assumes that Guzzle has been installed using Composer.

require 'vendor/autoload.php'; use GuzzleHttp\Client; use GuzzleHttp\Exception\ClientException; $client = new GuzzleHttp\Client(); try { $response = $client->post('', [ "headers" => [ "Accept" => "application/json", "Content-Type" => "application/json", "Authorization" => "Token abcdef123456890" ], "json" => [ ] ]); $json = $response->json(); /* We return the UUID field for successfully uploaded projects: */ $uuid = $json["uuid"]; var_dump($uuid); } catch (ClientException $e) { /* Failed uploads should return a "detail" dictionary describing the invalid fields: */ $errors = $json["detail"]; var_dump($errors); }