You can use Midjourney to describe an image that you upload and define.
The URL where the image is currently stored. This can be a URL to an image on the web, or a URL to an image on your server.
ref (optional)You can optionally pass
refin your command - which can be used useful when using webhooks
You can optionally pass
webhookOverride that will route your request to a different webhook.
Please note that if this is not configured correctly, you will not receive any response. If an image creation cannot be mapped back to it's original request, the webhook body will be routed to the default webhook.
Your response will return a
messageId. Store this somewhere so you can match it with what's received in your webhook.
Get your progress and retrieve a Message using GET
After receiving your
messageId you can use the GET /v2/message/<messageId> in order to retrieve your progress and image.
See the GET /v2/message/<messageId> docs for more information.