If your request contains an error, you may end up with unexpected output. If your request URI contains a typos, uses improper case, or requests or sorts by a nonexistent column, you may end up with no data in your response.
If you use the HTML format – an error will display "No results found.".
If you use the XML format – you will end up with an empty
The JSON format works a bit differently. Every JSON response is has three return nodes:
data. A successful response will contain
error 0, a blank
error_message, and a
data object populated with your response. An error response will contain an
error code number, a text-based
error message, and a blank
Possible error codes are: