Common Response Codes

Common HTML Response Codes

HTTP Code Message Definition
200 OK The request succeeded.
201 Created The request succeeded and resulted in the creation of new resources.
204 No Content The server fulfilled the request and does not need to return an entity-body.
400 Bad Request The request could not be understood due to malformed syntax.
401 Unauthorized The request requires user authentication.
403 Forbidden The server understood the request, but is refusing to fulfill it.
404 Not Found The server has not found anything matching the Request-URI
409 Conflict The request could not be completed due to a conflict with the current state of the resource.

Authorization and Authentication Errors

Below are examples of error codes raised when an authorization request fails.


Verify client_id matches exactly to the one specified in client registration. Verify client_secret matches exactly to the one specified in client registration. client_secret is only necessary when exchanging an authorization code access token.


Verify both client_id and client_secret are present in the parameters.


Verify grant_type is not missing or empty . It must be specified for every call to token endpoint.


Verify redirect_uri is not empty or missing.


Verify redirect_uri matches exactly to the one specified during client registration.


Validate the format of your query parameters. For example, make sure redirect_uri is in correct format.

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