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Web Services Documentation

Adding a Comment to an Application

This endpoint is deprecated. See: https://www.aptoide.com/webservices/docs/7/comment/set

URLS:

POST

Supported Formats:

JSON XML

Supported Methods:

POST

Description:

Adds a new comment to the specified apk.

Arguments:

token Developer token
OR
user User id (email)
passhash SHA1 hash of the user password
repo Repository name
apkid Application package ID (example: com.mystuff.android.myapp)
apkversion Application version (example: 1.4.2)
text Comment text
mode Return mode/format ('xml' or 'json')
lang (optional) Language code of the comment: en_GB, pt_PT, es_ES, fr_FR, de_DE, ru_RU, zh_CN, it_IT, ar_AR, id_ID
subject (optional) Comment subject/title
answerto (optional) ID of the comment this comment is replying to

Response:

status Request result status (OK or FAIL)
errors Errors log from the request (not existent when status="OK")

Using the Web Service (examples):

Sample Response - XML:

Sample success

<response>
   <status>OK</status>
</response>

Sample Response - JSON:

Sample success

{
    "status": "OK",
}