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Error Code

To avoid confusion and potential conflict risks, Fresns status codes prohibit the use of numeric codes consistent with HTTP status codes. Fresns takes 0 as the success code, all other codes indicate a request error, and the 5-digit code indicates the response status.

  • 0 Request successful

Plugin

  • 1**** Plugin Usage
    • 11*** Plugin Manager
    • 12*** Marketplace
    • 13*** Plugin business functions

Cmd Word

  • 2**** Command Word Usage
    • 21*** Cmd Word Manager
    • 22*** Official Business Command Word
      • 221** Basic
      • 222** Send
      • 223** Account
      • 224** User
      • 225** Wallet
      • 226** File
      • 227** Content
      • 229** Crontab
    • 23*** Command Word Business Functions

API

  • 3**** API Usage
    • 30*** Commons
    • 31*** Headers
      • 311** Platform
      • 312** Version
      • 313** App ID / Secret and Sign
      • 314** Lang Tag and Timezone
      • 315** Account
      • 316** User
      • 317** Device Info
    • 32*** Extensions
      • 321** Configuration Class
      • 322** Validation Class
      • 323** Running Class
    • 33*** Systems
    • 34*** Accounts
      • 341** Parameter Verification
      • 342** Register
      • 343** Login
      • 344** Modification and Configuration
      • 345** Wallet
    • 35*** Users
      • 351** Parameter Verification
      • 352** User Auth
      • 353** User Permissions
    • 36*** Interactions
      • 361** Role
      • 362** Mark
      • 353** Publish
      • 364** Delete
      • 365** Reset
      • 366** Conversation
      • 367** Notification
    • 37*** Contents
      • 371** Group
      • 372** Hashtag
      • 373** Post
      • 374** Comment
      • 375** File
      • 376** Extend
    • 38*** Editor
      • 381** Edit Validation
      • 382** Check Parameter

Callback

  • 4**** Callback Usage

Other

  • 5**** Customize Usage

Usage Examples

If used in combination with HTTP status code, you can learn from the following examples.

  • 13404 indicates that the plugin could not find the resource;
  • 23415 indicates that the command word cannot handle the media format attached to the request;
  • 50501 indicates that the third-party API does not support the requested function and cannot complete the request.

The first two digits are the code assigned by Fresns, and the last three digits are HTTP status codes. The combination of the two can also quickly locate the problem when an error occurs.

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