01 July 2011

HTTP Status Codes Quick Guide

It is inevitable that you will run into the status codes and you will not know what they mean.  Also you might want the expanded clarification for it from the RFC at the www.w3.org

Here  is a quick reference with links to the RFC

Informational
100 : Continue
101 : Switching Protocols

Successful
200 : OK
201 : Created
202 : Accepted
203 : Non-Authoritative Information
204 : No Content
205 : Reset Content
206 : Partial Content

Redirection
300 : Multiple Choices
301 : Moved Permanently
302 : Found
303 : See Other
304 : Not Modified
305 : Use Proxy
307 : Temporary Redirect

Client Errors 
400 : Bad Request
401 : Unauthorized
402 : Payment Required
403 : Forbidden
404 : Not Found
405 : Method Not Allowed
406 : Not Acceptable
407 : Proxy Authentication Required
408 : Request Time-out
409 : Conflict
410 : Gone
411 : Length Required
412 : Precondition Failed
413 : Request Entity Too Large
414 : Request-URI Too Large
415 : Unsupported Media Type
416 : Requested range not satisfiable
417 : Expectation Failed

Server Error
500 : Internal Server Error
501 : Not Implemented
502 : Bad Gateway
503 : Service Unavailable
504 : Gateway Time-out
505 : HTTP Version not supported

Here is the full RFC for Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1 (RFC2616)


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