What does the Response Code mean?

The HTTP Response Codes are used to quickly describe the success/failure of a HTTP Request. Trustev use the standard HTTP Response Codes as shown below:

  • 200 OKSuccessful request made.
  • 400 Bad RequestThe request is malformed.
  • 401 Not AuthorisedAuthentication information is either incorrect or missing.
  • 403 ForbiddenAuthenticated user does not have access to the resource.
  • 404 Not FoundWhen a non-existent resource is requested.
  • 405 Method Not AllowedWhen an HTTP method is being requested that isn’t allowed for that endpoint.
  • 408 TimeoutThe request has timed-out.
  • 500 UnknownIndicates an Internal Server Error.

We also include some extra information in the HTTP Response Message. We always recommend checking this should you run into issues during Integration, our response messages give a detailed description of the issue encountered, which should assist in debugging.

Should you find that the Response Codes OR Response Messages are not providing enough information, please contact our Integration Team, integrate@trustev.com, and they will investigate the issue that you are seeing.

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