API - How search a specific stock art id

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As from both these document

https://adobeio-prod.adobemsbasic.com/apis/creativecloud/stock/docs.html#!adobe/stock-api-docs/maste...

https://adobeio-prod.adobemsbasic.com/apis/creativecloud/stock/docs.html#!adobe/stock-api-docs/maste...

I should be able to fetch the API to get details on a specific stock art id with the URL https://stock.adobe.io/Rest/Media/1/Search/Files?search_parameters[media_id]=228549042

(I won't bother you with the headers)

However, it always returns me 0 results, same go if I tried with creator_id.

I tried other column names (stock_id, content_id, series_id) and they return all stock arts, I also tried model_id which return 0 results as well.

Replacing the [] by their equivalent doesn't change anything.

The id 228549042 come from an "id" property from the result of a call to /Libraries/1/Member/LicenseHistory.

The details page is https://stock.adobe.com/228549042

EDIT: For your information, I was able to search with a different id, I don't know why this specific ID doesn't work.

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Adobe Employee , Dec 17, 2018 Dec 17, 2018
Please look for our external api doc update in near future, as 3d & template files do require that extra parameter for single file search.Best regards,

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Adobe Employee ,
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Please refer to the following for usage:

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What I see from your URL is that [media_id] should be replaced by [words]

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Why should I use words when media_id IS a valid parameter, and documented one, and I want to get this specific media?

And funny thing, it won't work event with words instead!

But if I used another stock art (like with 69424437) then using both words AND media_id will work.

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It seems that you need to apply this parameter as the subject asset is template file: search_parameters[filters][content_type:template], then you will see the result.  The one that works is an image file.  I will seek for answers if this is an expected or something needs more implementation from our side.

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Please look for our external api doc update in near future, as 3d & template files do require that extra parameter for single file search.

Best regards,

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