SEDNA uses HTTP status codes to indicate the success or failure of API requests. Codes in the
2xx range indicate success, codes in the
4xx range indicate an issue with the API request, and codes in the
5xx range indicate an issue with SEDNA.
|HTTP Status Code||Description|
|200 OK||The request completed successfully. There is more information in the response body.|
|204 No Content||The request completed successfully. There is no response body.|
|400 Bad Request||Something went wrong with the request. There is more detail in the response body.|
|401 Unauthorized||No valid API credentials were provided.|
|403 Forbidden||The API credentials are not permitted to perform this action.|
This is also returned in the case of a downstream permissions issue: for example, if the request tried to subscribe a User to a Job that they cannot access.
|404 Not Found||The requested resource does not exist, or has been deleted.|
This error may also indicate that the resource does exist, but the provided API credentials are not permitted to know about it.
|405 Method Not Allowed||The API endpoint does not support the requested HTTP method (e.g., the requested endpoint does not support POST requests).|
|409 Conflict||The request conflicts another request. This is most common in the Job API, because Job names cannot be duplicated.|
|429 Too Many Requests||Too many API requests over a short period of time. SEDNA allows 10 requests, per second, per API key.|
|500 Internal Server Error||Something went wrong with SEDNA.|
The request will not have been handled and will need to be retried at a later time.