REST API - Translations Resource


In this part of the documentation you can learn more about the API's translation resource. With this resource, it is possible to retrieve, delete and update any translation in your shops. We will also have a look at the associated data structures.

General Information

This resource supports the following operations:

/api/translations No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

If you want to access this resource, simply query the following URL:

  • http://my-shop-url/api/translations

GET (List)

You can retrieve data of translations by providing the specific id

  • http://my-shop-url/api/translations/id

Return Value

Field Type Original object
type string
data array
key integer
shopId integer (foreign key) Shop
shop object Shop

Since this returns a list, the following fields will be added to the array:

Field Type Comment
total integer The total number of translations
success boolean Indicates if the call was successful or not.

POST (create)

To post a translation, you need to identify it by the following parameters

Required Parameters

Identifier Parameter Database Column Example Call
Translation Id id /api/translations/2
Element number - - /api/translations/20003?useNumberAsId=true


You can use this data to add a new translation to the shop

Field Type Original object
id integer (primary key)
locale string
language string
territory string
locale object
type string
data array
key integer
shopId integer (foreign key) Shop

You can post or put data by sending the following data to this URL:

  • (POST or PUT) http://my-shop-url/api/translations/id
Field Type Original Object
id integer (primary key)
name string
position integer
comparable boolean
sortMode integer


To delete a shop, simply call this URL with the DELETE request:

  • http://my-shop-url/api/translations/id

Replace the id with the specific translation id.

DELETE (Stack)

In order to delete more than one translation at once, it's possible to provide an array of ids to the REST API. Simply pass the array of translation ids to the following URL (example)

  • [DELETE] http://my-shop-url/translations/

without providing an id as seen in the single DELETE request. As data provide the array of ids you wish to delete.

PUT (update) (Stack)

Updating many articles at once requires an array of translation data being provided to the following URL using the PUT request (example):

  • [PUT] http://my-shop-url/translations/

Simply provide the same data as described in the GET request. Unlike other batch endpoints, a "key" field is required instead of an "id" field.