When I try to connect to my trained models API in order to use it on visual studio code, I get an error which in summary says HTTPError: 405 Client Error: Method Not Allowed for URL:
I get this error even though I filled my API key, MODEL_ENDPOINT and version correctly, by double-checking from the “Use curl command” section.
I’m having the exact same issue of the 405. Using a workflow same as here
The model endpoint details have changed a bit since that post was published. For the most up-to-date details, check out our documentation, especially for the object detection hosted API.
One notable difference from the quick look I took at the blog post was that we no longer use the param
access_token and we instead use
Let us know if you still have trouble solving your issue!
Thanks @stellasphere the reason for the 405 was I wasn’t including the model number version like
https://detect.roboflow.com/csv-to-txt-mutvh?api_key= instead of
Now, when I load the response as a bytearray (below)
image = np.asarray(bytearray(resp.raw.read()), dtype="uint8")
it all comes back in a 1D numpy array with length 7500. Do you know if there’s a reshape necessary of it this is model dependent? When running the model locally, it returns a structured text with the bounds, keypoints, etc
Could you provide the exact code and/or URL that you are requesting the API with? I don’t believe it should come back as a numpy array. It’d also be helpful to see examples of the array and the structured text you mentioned.