Returns a list of the bot's attachments (including HUD objects).
The following table shows input values (you send them with the API call) and returned output values.
|Input basic parameters:|
|apikey||yes||Your personal developer's API key.|
|botname||yes||Your bot's SL login.|
|secret||yes||Bot access code of your bot.|
|custom||no||The custom data (string) to be passed back to caller script. This value will be returned back to the caller in HTTP response.|
|skipnames||Skip attachment (do not return) if its name contains this substring (case insensitive)|
|matchnames||Return only attachment those which name contain this substring (case insensitive)|
|matchuuid||Return attachment with this UUID only|
|result|| OK - command completed successfully|
FAIL - command failed
|resulttext||Detailed reason for the failure.|
|custom||The value from input "custom" parameter. See above.|
|total||The total number of attachments (regardless of any filters, see below).|
|attachments|| The list of all bot's attachments, object UUIDs and names.
May be affected by skip* and match* paratemers. See the "Return value" section below.
Please note that bot loads all nearby prims within 10-20 seconds after startup. Thus, wait a bit after logging in your bot to issue this command.
Working with lot of attachments
LSL llHttpRequest() function has a limitation on reply size (it is being cut to 2048 bytes, or 1024 Unicode characters). If your bot has a lot of attachments, they may not fit to the http reply.
There are several solutions for this problem. Use the following parameters:
- skipnames - ignore attachments which contains some substring
- matchnames - list only attachments which names contains specific substring
- matchuuid - return specific attachment by UUID
total - variable contains the total number of bot's attachments. It is not affected by skip* or match* parameters.
attachments - the list of attachments (filtered by corresponding parameters) is being returned as a string which contains both object UUIDs and names separated by newline ("\n"):
UUID1 name of the object 1 UUID2 name of the object 2 ...
Example request to the bot who wears shoes, jeans, hair and some accessories:
Response from the bot:
9a203028-452d-95b2-5b98-db6daa8c0a70 RASL - MHair D (Brown) e70e0cbc-ebb5-38ba-bcf3-535af83f9884 Vintage_Glass_White GLASSES SET bcc100b6-acdf-0a63-c713-db557c5e8c64 Mesh Shoes - Slip-ons: Left 764e0715-4bcb-d1f3-b3fa-21868f7e9635 Mesh Shoes - Slip-ons: Right 25e99b08-10b3-0a6b-bbdf-a42778d9033e Male Party Sunglasses c402435d-d159-98a1-8149-caa3fcf9df01 -SG-TearOffShirtCuffRGreen e245e78e-01d8-9b31-c74f-bf8c259ad296 -SG-TearOffShirtCuffLGreen b2f0643d-df29-4479-fa8e-8ef4ee467c9a -SG-JeansCapriCuffLeft 4fae83f3-ba2f-146f-fc4d-3c2d03e86d43 -SG-JeansCapriCuffRight
The same bot, attachments filtered by name (only those which contain "shoe"):
Response from the bot:
bcc100b6-acdf-0a63-c713-db557c5e8c64 Mesh Shoes - Slip-ons: Left 764e0715-4bcb-d1f3-b3fa-21868f7e9635 Mesh Shoes - Slip-ons: Right