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The Relativity REST API returns the following status codes in an HTTP response. For additional information, see HTTP response status codes on the MDN web site.
|200 OK||A successful request.|
|201 Created||A resource has been created.|
|202 Accepted||The request has been accepted but it hasn't been completed. Returned when an asynchronous operation is performed, and provides a URL for status monitoring.|
|302 Found||The request has been redirected. The resource has been found at another URL location.|
|400 Bad Request||The request couldn't be understood by the server due to malformed syntax. Returned when a condition field or sort on a query couldn't be parsed, or when an error occurs in a URL, a JSON representation, or an HTTP header.|
|401 Unauthorized||The authentication header is missing or that header contains invalid credentials.|
|404 Not Found||A resource matching the request doesn't exist. This response code is also returned when the CSRF header is missing.|
|405 Method Not Allowed||The requested operation is not supported on the specified Artifact type by the Services API.|
|409 Conflict||This status code may be returned if you try to update an object while it is undergoing an asynchronous operation.
For example, you may be attempting to update a batch set that the system is using for the creation of batches.
|500 Internal Server Error||An unhandled exception occurred on the server. To troubleshoot this error, return a stack trace by setting CustomErrors to Off in the REST API web.config file.|