HTTP Status Codes

Each response to a request contains an HTTP status code. The HTTP status code reports on the outcome of the HTTP request to a service. The following table provides the most common status codes that are returned by the services.

Status Code Short Description Description
200 OK The request is successful. Typically returned by a GET or a POST returning information.
400 Bad Request The request contained an error. This status is returned by various methods when the data provided by the client - either as part of the URI, query parameters or the body - does not meet the server requirements.
404 Not Found The requested resource was not found.
405 Method Not Allowed The method requested is not allowed for the resource in the URI.
406 Not Acceptable The requested media type specified in the Accept header is not supported. The supported media types include application/JSON and application/xml.
500 Internal Server Error An internal error was encountered that prevents the server from processing the request and providing a valid response.