Response status codes
The status codes are divided into the five categories presented below.
- Informational responses (100–199),
- Successful responses (200–299),
- Redirects (300–399),
- Client errors (400–499),
- Server errors (500–599).
The below status codes are defined by section 10 of RFC 2616.
You can find an updated specification in RFC 7231.
Specifics TravelgateX response codes
|400||invalidParameter||Indicates that a request parameter has an invalid value.|
|400||badRequest||Indicates that the query was invalid.|
|401||invalidCredentials||Indicates that the auth token is invalid or has expired|
|401||insufficientPermissions||Indicates that the user does not have sufficient permissions for the entity specified in the query.|
|403||LimitExceeded||Indicates that user has exceeded the quota|
|403||userRateLimitExceeded||Indicates that the Queries per X|
|403||rateLimitExceeded||Indicates that the organization/Instance rate limits have been exceeded.|
|403||quotaExceeded||Indicates the concurrent requests per view has been reached|
|405||methodNotAllowed||Deprecated and protected queries|