Http error: 207 Multi-Status

207 Multi-Status

The 207 Multi-Status code is a HTTP status code that indicates that the request was successful and the information returned is provided in the message body. The 207 code is similar to the 200 code, but it also includes a list of any sub-requests that were made as part of the main request. This can be useful for debugging purposes or for keeping track of what actions were taken as part of a request. 


The cause of a 207 code is usually a buggy server or client. Incorrect settings on either the server or the client can also cause it. To fix a 207 code, you will need to check the settings on both the server and the client and make sure that they are configured correctly. You may also need to update the software on either the server or the client. 


An example of a 207 code would be if you made a request to a server and the server returned a list of all the sub-requests that were made as part of that request.

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Imran Selimkhanov | Founder at Productive Shop

Imran Selimkhanov

Imran is the founder and CEO of Productive Shop. He writes on B2B demand generation and SEO strategy topics to help startups understand how to win digital share of voice. Prior to Productive Shop, Imran led demand generation at an Oracle consultancy, ran an e-commerce site servicing LE teams and helped build PMO offices at technology startup companies. When he’s not at work, Imran can be spotted hiking in the Rockies, honing his clay shooting skills and tumbling off of black diamond ski tracks due to overconfidence in his skiing abilities.

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