Upon API requests that require actions on endpoints, the JetPatch server responds with 202 Accepted, and creates a relevant asynchronous task. The response includes the task's ETag and the task object, to enable the client to subsequently query task status.
To query task status, the client should perform a GET request on the task.
Optionally, the request can include an If-None-Match header to make the action conditional on the task having changed.
Request syntax (with If-None-Match option):
<ETag> is the ETag returned when the task was created.
If the If-None-Match condition is not met (the task hasn't changed), the response code is 304:Not Modified. Otherwise, the response includes a current ETag and task object.
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