HTTP Response Code Definitions

HTTP Response Codes

Below is a list of HTTP Response codes and their meaning.

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HTTP Response Code Definitions

Code

Meaning

100

Continue

101

Switching Protocols

200

OK

201

Created

202

Accepted

203

Non-Authoritative Information

204

No Content

205

Reset Content

206

Partial Content

300

Multiple Choices

301

Moved Permanently

302

Found

303

See Other

304

Not Modified

305

Use Proxy

307

Temporary Redirect

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

500

Internal Server Error

501

Not Implemented

502

Bad Gateway

503

Service Unavailable

504

Gateway Time-out

505

HTTP Version not supported

HTTP Headers

It would be useful to obtain information on HTTP response headers. If you are using Mozilla Firefox, you can download an 'add-ons' (extension) called LiveHTTPHeaders which will allow you to capture this information. If you are using Internet Explorer, you can use DebugBar instead.

Live HTTP Headers Installation Instructions

For Live HTTP Headers, please do the following:

  1. Download and install the Plugin
  2. Restart Firefox
  3. Go to Tools in the menu bar and click on Live HTTP Headers. This will trigger the functionality.

Now try accessing the Confluence main page and all HTTP request headers, cookies descriptions (such as the seraph authentication 'seraph.os.cookie') will be logged in the pop-up window. Please save this information in a text file, use the 'Save All' option.

DebugBar Installation Instructions

Run the downloaded installation file. After installing the DebugBar, the toolbar should automatically display on the next IE startup. If not, you might need to show the toolbar in IE by clicking on View > Explorer Bar then select DebugBar

Download Live HTTP Headers add-on
Download DebugBar

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