Common Error Responses
400 Bad Request - Sending a request with invalid json or that doesn't satisfy requirements specified in this documentation will result in this error.
401 Unauthorized - An access token is missing or invalid, see Authentication section about how to authenticate your requests.
403 Forbidden - The authenticated user has no permission to perform this operation.
- Some common causes for this are:
- your account doesn't have API access enabled
- your account doesn't have a specific feature enabled that is required for the operation
- the operation requires a user with higher access level
- the operation is trying access or modify a resource owned by another user or organization (in some cases a 404 might be used instead to avoid revealing existence of private information)