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Cortex API Status Codes

Cortex API Status Codes

HTTP Status Codes

HTTP Code

Definition

Notes

200

The request is successful.

201 usually means a resource was created and 200 means an existing resource was updated.

For example, if a new item is added to a cart, a 201 is returned because a new lineitems resource is created to contain the item. If the same item was again added to a cart, a 200 status code is returned because cart's lineitem is updated with the new item.

201

Content created in resource.

202

Request accepted. Usually indicates an update or delete request is accepted by Cortex API.

204

Empty content. No body is returned in the response.

Usually indicates a successful update or delete.

400

The received URI is malformed.

Bad request.

401

Unauthorized access to resource.

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403

Forbidden. Indicates the action cannot be completed.

Usually occurs when an item without a price is being added to a cart.

404

Cannot find the specified data in the resource.

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405

Method not allowed.

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409 Conflict The server cannot complete the response due to a conflict. This can occur when a customer tries to add more items to their cart than the storefront has available.

415

Unsupported media type.

Usually indicates the data stream sent by the client is incompatible with the method specified on the HTTP request.

Tip: Content Type

Check that your HTTP request header is: Content-Type:application/json

500

Internal server error.

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503

Specified resource is not available.

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