A code describing the error type.
A textual description of the error.
An object describing more details related to the error. The structure of the ErrorData object is Clarify specific.
Below is a list of the possible values for the
code field. Codes written with a bold font are specific to Clarify, while the other codes are defined by the JSON RPC 2.0 specification.
Indicates invalid JSON is received by the server.
Indicates the sent JSON is not a valid Request object.
Indicates the method does not exist / is not available.
Indicates invalid method parmeter(s).
Indicates an internal JSON-RPC error.
Indicates a generic server error.
Produce invalid resource(s) in Clarify.
Found invalid resource(s) or code issue in Clarify.
Indicates that the requested operation is not permitted by your current access token, or that the input parameters are referencing a resource that isn't accessible / doesn't exist.
Indicates a conflicts with current state of Clarify resource(s).
Indicates that the response should be called again later. Maybe returned in the case of temporal errors or rate limited requests.