Node classifier API errors
Learn about node classifier API error responses.
Error response description
Node classifier API error responses are formatted as JSON objects.
|The kind of error encountered.
|The message associated with the error.,
|A hash containing additional information about
the error. This information might be less user-friendly than the
Internal server errors
Endpoints might return
500: Internal Server Error responses in
addition to their usual responses. There are two kinds of internal server error responses:
application-error response is a catchall for unexpected errors. The
msg of an
500 application-error response contains
the underlying error's message and a description of information contained in
details contain the error's
trace (as an array of strings) and might contain
error keys if
the error was caused by a schema validation failure.
500 database-corruption response occurs when a resource that is
retrieved from the database fails to conform to the schema expected of it by the
application. This usually indicates a software bug, but can indicate either:
- Genuine corruption in the database
- That a third party has changed values directly in the database
msg contains a description of how the database corruption
could have occurred. The
error keys, which report retrieved
resource, the schema it was expected to conform to, and a description of how the
resource failed to conform to that schema.
Not found errors
Any endpoint where a resource identifier is supplied can produce a 404 Not Found Error response if a resource with that identifier could not be found.
msg: "The resource could not be found"
details: Contains the URI of the request that caused the 404 response.