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Now that your Endpoint is deployed, send a test. This is a great way to test your Endpoint before sending a request from your application.

Send a Request

  1. From the Endpoint's page, select Requests.
  2. Choose Run.
  3. You should see a successful response with the following:

"id": "6de99fd1-4474-4565-9243-694ffeb65218-u1",
"status": "IN_QUEUE"

After a few minutes, the stream will show the full response.

You can now begin sending requests to your Endpoint from your terminal and an application.

Send a request using cURL

Once your Endpoint is deployed, you can send a request. This example sends a response to the Endpoint using cURL; however, you can use any HTTP client.

curl --request POST \
--header "accept: application/json" \
--header "authorization: ${YOUR_API_KEY}" \
--header "content-type: application/json" \
--data '
"input": {
"prompt": "A coffee cup.",
"height": 512,
"width": 512,
"num_outputs": 1,
"num_inference_steps": 50,
"guidance_scale": 7.5,
"scheduler": "KLMS"

Where endpoint_id is the name of your Endpoint and YOUR_API_KEY is your API Key.


Depending on any modifications you made to your Handler Function, you may need to modify the request.

Next steps

Now that you have successfully launched an endpoint using a template, you can:

If the models provided aren't enough, you can write your own customize Function Handler: