The REST Error Response
If a REST request results in an error, the HTTP reply has:
An XML error document as the response body
An appropriate 3xx, 4xx, or 5xx HTTP status code
Following is an example of a REST Error Response.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <Error> <Code>NoSuchKey</Code> <Message>The resource you requested does not exist</Message> <Resource>/mybucket/myfoto.jpg</Resource> <RequestId>4442587FB7D0A2F9</RequestId> </Error>
For more information about Amazon S3 errors, go to ErrorCodeList.
Following are response headers returned by all operations:
x-amz-request-id:A unique ID assigned to each request by the system. In the unlikely event that you have problems with Amazon S3, Amazon can use this to help troubleshoot the problem.
x-amz-id-2:A special token that will help us to troubleshoot problems.