This method requires authentication with 'write' permission.
Note: This method requires an HTTP POST request.
- Your API application key. See here for more details.
- The id of the blog to post to.
- The id of the photo to blog
- The blog post title
- The blog post body
- The password for the blog (used when the blog does not have a stored password).
- A Flickr supported blogging service. Instead of passing a blog id you can pass a service id and we'll post to the first blog of that service we find.
This method has no specific response - It returns an empty success response if it completes without error.
1: Blog not found
- The blog id was not the id of a blog belonging to the calling user
2: Photo not found
- The photo id was not the id of a public photo
3: Password needed
- A password is not stored for the blog and one was not passed with the request
4: Blog post failed
- The blog posting failed (a blogging API failure of some sort)
95: SSL is required
- SSL is required to access the Flickr API.
96: Invalid signature
- The passed signature was invalid.
97: Missing signature
- The call required signing but no signature was sent.
98: Login failed / Invalid auth token
- The login details or auth token passed were invalid.
99: User not logged in / Insufficient permissions
- The method requires user authentication but the user was not logged in, or the authenticated method call did not have the required permissions.
100: Invalid API Key
- The API key passed was not valid or has expired.
105: Service currently unavailable
- The requested service is temporarily unavailable.
106: Write operation failed
- The requested operation failed due to a temporary issue.
111: Format "xxx" not found
- The requested response format was not found.
112: Method "xxx" not found
- The requested method was not found.
114: Invalid SOAP envelope
- The SOAP envelope send in the request could not be parsed.
115: Invalid XML-RPC Method Call
- The XML-RPC request document could not be parsed.
116: Bad URL found
- One or more arguments contained a URL that has been used for abuse on Flickr.