SCILL API uses standard HTTP status codes to indicate the success or the failure of a request. In general, codes in the
2xx range indicate success, while codes in the
4xx range indicate an error with your request.
4xx errors return a message in the response to indicate what went wrong. Check them to see what is missing
Errors in the
range indicate an issue on our side. In these cases, please consult tech support immediately.
The error message. This typically give you an idea what went wrong.
- 200 - OK
- Everything fine
- 400 - Bad Request
- The request could not be processed. A common problem might be a missing parameter or malformed payload.
- 401 - Unauthorized
- No valid API key or access token were provided.
- 402 - Request failed
- The parameters were valid, but the request failed.
- 403 - Forbidden
- The API key you provided is valid, but does not have the necessary permissions to perform this request.
- 404 - Not found
- The API endpoint does not exist.
- 500 - Server Errors
- Something went wrong on SCILL side. Consult tech support.