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A GET request can always be filtered by the get parameters defined in the introduction section of the api documentation.
You must provide an id and/or creative-id to the assets endpoint when performing POST or GET
Example get request of a single asset:
Example get request of all the assets for a creative:
in order to see HIDDEN objects you will need to send includeHidden=trueas a parameter to the GET query


Example POST object:
"objectState": "ACTIVE",
"network": { "id": "winning" },
"mimeType": "IMAGE_JPEG",
"fileName": "Panorama.jpg",
"cdnId": "//",
"primaryHtmlAsset": false,
"htmlUrls": {},
"fileSizeBytes": 71561,
"width": 980,
"height": 240,
"url": "/api/v1/assets/85y1jrfyx3bmpm1h/skqjv5r2w5fjwmx2"
Example node.js code for uploading a file to create a new Asset
const fs = require("fs");
const fetch = require("node-fetch");
const FormData = require("form-data");
const form = new FormData();
const filePath = "./myFile.png";
form.append("file", fs.createReadStream(filePath));
const authToken = "my auth token"; // obtained from the authentication process
const creativeId = "sdnkrn7wcdnbpyy5"; // must be the creative ID of an existing creative
const assetId = "myNewAssetId";
const networkId = "myNetworkId";
fetch('' + creativeId + '/' + assetId + '?context=' + networkId + '&auth_token=' + authToken, {
method: 'POST',
body: form