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HTTP 200: OK
Standard response, everything is OK. The response body will include the data, if applicable.
HTTP 400: Bad Request

There was a problem understanding the request sent to the service.  In most cases this means the code that generated the request has a bug and generated a malformed HTTP request.  For example a common problem is if the length of the request doesn't match the Content-Length header sent to the service.

HTTP 401: Unauthorized
The API Key is invalid. The response body will indicate the error condition.
HTTP 404: Unauthorized

There was a problem locating the resource you requested. Either check the spelling of the key or id given, or it's possible the resource no longer exists.

HTTP 503: Unavailable
It's possible you've bumped up against the API limits, and have been throttled. Try again in a short while.

This guide was first published on Jan 22, 2015. It was last updated on 2021-03-11 15:07:23 -0500.

This page (HTTP Status Codes) was last updated on May 10, 2021.

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