Familiarize yourself with error responses to make working the node classifier service API easier.
Error response description
Errors from the node classifier service are JSON responses.
Error responses contain these keys:
||A string classifying the error.
It should be the same for all errors that have the same kind of thing in
||A human-readable message describing the error, suitable for presentation to the user.|
||Additional machine-readable information about the error condition. The format of this key's value will vary between kinds of errors but will be the same for any given error kind.|
Internal server errors
An endpoint might return a
500: Internal Server Error response in addition to its usual
responses. There are two kinds of internal server error responses:
response is a catchall for unexpected errors. The
msg of an
application-error 500 contains the underlying error's message first,
followed by a description of other information that can be found in details. The
details contain the error's stack trace as
an array of strings under the
key, and might also contain
error keys if the error was caused by a schema
500 response occurs when a resource that is retrieved from the database fails to conform
to the schema expected of it by the application. This is probably just a bug in the
software, but it could potentially indicate either genuine corruption in the database or
that a third party has changed values directly in the database. The
msg section contains a description of how the
database corruption could have occurred. The
details section contains
error keys, which have the resource
as retrieved, the schema it should conform to, and a description of how it fails to
conform to that schema as the respective values.
Not found errors
Any endpoint where a resource identifier is supplied can
404 Not Found Error response if a
resource with that identifier could not be found.
All not found error responses have the same form. The
kind is "not-found", the
msg is "The resource could not be found.", and the
details key contains the URI of the request
that resulted in this response.