Error handling

Last updated: 11 Jul 2024


PageUp APIs return standard HTTP success or error status codes. Error responses may also include extra information about what went wrong, encoded as JSON (see Error response). The various HTTP status codes that might be returned are listed below.

HTTP Status codes

Code Title Description
200 OK The request was successful.
201 Created The resource was successfully created.
202 Accepted The resource will be created asynchronously.
400 Bad request Bad request
401 Unauthorized Your API key is invalid or expired
403 Forbidden You do not have permission to access the resource.
404 Not found The resource does not exist.
429 Rate limit exceeded The daily rate limit has been exceeded.
50X Internal Server Error An error occurred with the API.

Error response

All error responses are returned in the form of an array of JSON objects containing a message and optional field property. Example error response.

        "message": "You are not allowed to perform this action at this time"
        "field": "name",
        "message": "Name is required"