The Teachable API uses HTTP status codes to indicate if an error has occurred when processing a request. Errors might occur if your request was not formatted correctly, you didn’t include proper authentication, or if there was any other error in processing the request.
Common error codes include:
|400||Bad request: The request has an error.|
|401||Unauthorized: The request did not have proper authentication.|
|404||Not found: The URL you are making a request to does not exist.|
|429||Too many requests: You have exceeded the rate limit.|
|500||Internal server error: The server encountered an unexpected condition that prevented it from fulfilling the request.|
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