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Invicta AI API

Welcome to the Invicta AI API documentation. This API allows you to interact with our AI agents programmatically, enabling seamless integration of our advanced AI capabilities into your applications and workflows.


The Invicta AI API provides a simple and powerful way to send prompts to our AI agents and receive intelligent responses. Whether you're building a chatbot, automating customer support, or creating innovative AI-powered applications, our API offers the flexibility and functionality you need.


All API requests require authentication using an API key. You must include your API key in the X-INVICTA-API header for each request.

Base URL

All API requests should be made to:


Send Prompt

This endpoint allows you to send a prompt to an AI agent and receive a response.

HTTP Request

POST /triggers/webhooks/api-key/{AI_AGENT_ID}


X-INVICTA-APIstringYesYour unique API key for authentication
Content-TypestringYesMust be set to application/json

Request Body Parameters

userInputstringYesThe prompt for the AI agent
variablesarrayYesKey-value pairs for customizing the system prompt
threadIdstringNoIdentifier for maintaining conversation context
modelNamestringNoSpecific AI model to use for the response
Variables Array Structure
    "key": "string",
    "value": "string or number"

Example Request

-H "Content-Type: application/json" \
-H "X-INVICTA-API: your-api-key-here" \
-d '{
  "userInput": "What kind of assistance can the AI provide on the website?",
  "threadId": "bdd3a319-af01-494f-bc86-892bd41c3e21",
  "modelName": "gpt-4",
  "variables": []


The API returns a JSON object with the following structure:

  "id": number,
  "prompt": string,
  "response": string,
  "communityId": string | null,
  "userId": number | null,
  "liked": boolean | null,
  "totalTokens": number | null,
  "cp_cost": number,
  "savedToMemory": boolean,
  "csv_request_id": string | null,
  "ai_agent_request_id": number | null,
  "modelName": string | null,
  "threadId": string | null,
  "createdAt": Date,
  "updatedAt": Date

Error Handling

The API uses standard HTTP status codes to indicate the success or failure of a request.

Status CodeMeaning
400Bad Request
404Not Found
500Internal Server Error

Example Error Response

  "error": {
    "code": "invalid_request_error",
    "message": "Invalid parameter provided"

Best Practices

  1. Always use HTTPS for secure communication.
  2. Store your API key securely and never expose it in client-side code.
  3. Implement proper error handling in your application to gracefully manage API errors.
  4. Use the threadId parameter for maintaining context in multi-turn conversations.
  5. Consider rate limiting and implement retries with exponential backoff for robust integration.

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