HTTP Response Codes

Depending on request results, the Backlot REST API returns different HTTP response codes.

Note: For more information about Backlot REST API commands, see the Backlot API Reference.
Response Code Short Description Comments
200 OK The Backlot API successfully processed the request.
204 No content The server has fulfilled the request, but does not need to return an entity-body. The response does not have a message body.
400 Bad request The request is poorly formed or contains invalid data. For example, the Backlot API returns 400 response code if your request contains malformed JSON or invalid settings, such as a time setting of "25:00:00".
401 Not authorized The request is not properly signed or signed with an invalid API key.
403 Forbidden The request is not properly authenticated for the requested operation.
404 Not found The resource does not exist. For example, if you tried to delete a video using the wrong content ID.
429   Insufficient "API credits" to fulfill request. See API Rate Limiting.