HTTP Status Codes

2xx Success Error Code

HTTP 206 Partial Content

By on Oct 22, 2016 in 2xx Success Error Code, HTTP Status Codes | 1 comment

The HTTP 206 Partial Content means that the server has fulfilled the request partially that is the GET request of the resource. It is commonly used in caching tools where the user request for only the part of the page and just that section is returned. The 206 response code acts differently based on the request result. A strong cache validator is due if the 206...

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HTTP 205 Reset Content

By on Oct 22, 2016 in 2xx Success Error Code, HTTP Status Codes | 1 comment

The HTTP 205 Reset Content means that the server has fulfilled the request and the user should reset the document view to the original state which caused the request to be sent. This is done so as to reset the common data entry and make sure that it manipulates the data in that place. Now the user can place new requests and initiate a new action. As the status code...

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HTTP 204 No Content

By on Oct 22, 2016 in 2xx Success Error Code, HTTP Status Codes | 0 comments

The HTTP 204 Status Code means that the server has successfully processed the client request but doesn’t have any additional content to return the user. The metadata refers to the target resource and its representation after the requested action was implemented. For instance, if a 204 HTTP status code is received in response to a PUT request and the response...

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HTTP 203 Non-Authoritative Information

By on Oct 21, 2016 in 2xx Success Error Code, HTTP Status Codes | 0 comments

The HTTP 203 Status Code means that the request was successful and the response was from a different source that is from the origin server. This status code lets the server inform the client when the transformation is applied as they may have an impact on the decisions regarding the content. For instance, the cache validation for the content might affect if the...

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HTTP 202 Accepted

By on Oct 21, 2016 in 2xx Success Error Code, HTTP Status Codes | 0 comments

The HTTP 201 Accepted Code means that the request has been accepted by the server for processing. The process might not happen eventually upon the request. Or even the process may stop before the process begins as it may deny. One cannot resend an HTTP status code from an asynchronous operation. The 202 Response Code doesn’t commit itself with the request sent...

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HTTP 201 Created

By on Oct 21, 2016 in 2xx Success Error Code, HTTP Status Codes | 0 comments

The HTTP 201 Created Error code means that the request by the client has been fulfilled and resulted in new resources being created. The indicated success is known by the newly created resource either by a Location header. If there is no header field created in response, then it is identified by a location header. HTTP 201 Error Code. HTTP 201 Code References The...

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