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The success of an operation is reported as the HTTP response status in the web service response. For further information see: http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec10.html.

Status

Message

Description

200

OK

When an operation completed without an error.

201

Created

When the creation of a new resource completed with out an error.

204

No Content

When the modification of a new resource completed without an error.

304

Not modified

When a conditional request was sent and the preconditions failed.

400

Bad request

The request format was invalid, or required GET or POST parameters were missing.

401

Unauthorized

The client has not provided authentication information.

403

Forbidden

The client was not authorized to perform the request.

404

Not found

When either the requested resource or a resource reference by the request cannot be found.

409

Conflict

When a request would result in an inconsistent state on the server, this response is sent.

410

Gone

Indicates that a resource referenced by the request is no longer available.

500

Internal server error

An error on the server has occurred and the request could not be completed successfully.

 

For error responses, the response includes a detailed description of the error condition in the response body.



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