Configuring: Understanding response codes
Response codes (also called status codes) are the coded results of a server's attempt to understand and satisfy a request. Web server responses indicate whether a Web object (Web page, graphics file, CGI script, etc.) was successfully retrieved or executed and, if not, the reason for the unsuccessful result. Unsuccessful results are also referred to as server error codes.
Log files record these codes, and the Visitor Statistics tool includes a report on them.
The following codes are some of the most common responses:
The W3C provides a detailed list of response codes.
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