ConCat uses conventional HTTP response codes to indicate the success or failure of a request.
Typically, response codes in the
2xx range indicate success,
4xx range indicate an error with the data provided in a request, while
5xx codes indicate a error with the platform.
4xx codes may indicate a problem with your integration or application, such as a rate-limit error, instead of an issue with the provided data.
Server Errors indicate a problem with the ConCat platform that is not related to the data provided in the request. Usually these will accompany a 500 - Internal Server Error HTTP status code.
Access Errors indicate an API authentication or permission restriction preventing the request. Usually these will accompany a 403 - Forbidden HTTP status code.
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Logic Errors indicate an issue with the data provided in the request or some other business logic error. Usually these will accompany a 400 - Bad Request HTTP status code.