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API Status Code

API Status Code Description
JSON RPC status code description:
code
msg
description
-32000
Something happened, Please try again Later
Error code flag for backward compatibility
-32600
Invalid Request
This is an invalid request, check the request package
-32601
Method not found
The corresponding method is not found. You need to check whether this is the interface supported by the client standard
-32602
Invalid params
This method uses the wrong parameter (check to see if the parameter is forgotten or too many)
-32603
Internal error
There may be a network voice fault. Try again later
-32700
Parse error
The parsing process sounds an error
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HTTP protocol common standard status code description:

code
msg
description
200
Request Completed
The 2xx status codes are all normal.
301
Permanent movement
The requested page has been permanently moved to a new location. When the server returns this response, it automatically redirects the requester to the new location.
302
Temporary movement
This code is similar to the 301 code that responds to GET and HEAD requests and will automatically redirect the requester to a different location.
303
View other positions
For all requests other than HEAD requests, the server automatically redirects to the other location.
304
Not modified
The requested page has not been modified since the last request. When the server returns this response, no page content is returned.
305
Using Proxies
The requestor can only use a proxy to access the requested page. If the server returns this response, then the server also specifies the proxy that the requester should use.
307
Temporary movement
This status code is similar to 302 and uses GET request redirection.
308
Permanent movement
The requested resource has been permanently moved to the URL specified by the Location prefix.
400
Error Request
The server does not understand the syntax of the request.
401
Unauthorized
The request requires authentication. After logging in, the server may return this response to the page.
403
Banned
The server rejects the request.
404
Not found
The server could not find the requested page. For example, if the request is for a page that does not exist on the server, the server will usually return this code.
405
Method Disable
Disables the method specified in the request.
406
Not accepted
Pages that cannot respond to a request using the content characteristics of the request.
407
Agent authorization required
This status code is similar to 401, but specifies that the requestor should use a proxy for authorization. If the server returns this response, the server also specifies the proxy that the requester should use.
408
Request Timeout
The server times out while waiting for the request.
411
Effective length required
The server will not accept requests that contain invalid content length header fields.
412
Prerequisites not met
The server did not satisfy one of the prerequisites set by the requester in the request.
413
Request entity is too large
The server cannot process the request because the request entity is too large and has exceeded the server's processing capacity.
414
The requested URL is too long
The requested URL (usually a web address) is too long for the server to process.
415
Unsupported media types
The format of the request is not supported by the request page.
429
Too Many Requests
request limit exceeded
499
Client disconnection
The client closes the connection because the server side takes too long to process.
500
Internal server error
The server encountered an error and could not complete the request.
501
Not Implemented
The server does not have the capability to complete the request. For example, the server may return this code when the server does not recognize the request method.
502
Error Gateway
The server is acting as a gateway or proxy and has received an invalid response from the upstream server.
503
Service unavailable
The server is currently unavailable. Possible causes are server overload or downtime for maintenance. Usually, this is only a temporary state.
504
Gateway timeout
The server acts as a gateway or proxy and does not receive requests from upstream servers in a timely manner.
505
HTTP version not supported
The server does not support the version of the HTTP protocol used in the request.