Reference error codes returned by the Apple Music API.
An error code indicates the type of error that occurred while a request was being executed. These are the possible values for the
status member in an Error object:
The request was successful; no errors or faults.
Creation request was successful.
Modification request was accepted but may not have completed.
Modification was successful, but there’s no content in the response.
Content may be available at a different URL.
Content definitely available at a specific URL.
The request wasn’t accepted as formed.
The request wasn’t accepted because its authorization is missing or invalid due to an issue with the developer token.
(For personal endpoints) Authorization issues may occur because the user wasn’t signed in or didn’t have a valid Apple Music subscription.
(For music user token request) Developer token issues may occur because the token wasn’t received or was invalid. There could also be an error processing the request.
The request wasn’t accepted due to an issue with the music user token or because it’s using incorrect authentication.
(For personal endpoints) Authentication issues may occur if the account hasn’t accepted the Media and Apple Music privacy setting.
The requested resource doesn’t exist.
Method Not Allowed
The method can’t be used for the request.
A modification or creation request couldn’t be processed because there’s a conflict with the current state of the resource.
Payload Too Large
The body of the request is too large.
URI Too Long
The URI of the request is too long and won’t be processed.
Too Many Requests
The user has made too many requests. See Simulate the Too Many Requests Error.
Internal Server Error
There’s an error processing the request.
Endpoint is currently unavailable and reserved for future use.
The service is currently unavailable to process requests.