Starting with API version 1.18, we return two fields in the response called application_response_code and application_response_text which provide more information about the status of the request. These are returned for all requests using the search-listings method, and also for any request to the API where an invalid version has been specified. application_response_code is a three-digit number indicating the status, and application_response_text is a human-readable explanation of the current status.
Codes 100-199 indicate the request was valid, and the location was identified correctly.
|100||listings returned for one unambiguous location|
|Location was recognised correctly.|
|101||listings returned for best guess of ambiguous location|
|The location specified was ambiguous, but we determined that one of the possible locations was more likely than the others. Alternative location names are also returned in this case.|
|110||listings returned, location very large|
|Location was specified correctly and listings were returned, but it was very large (e.g. if 'London' was specified). It may be useful in this case to specify a smaller location to return fewer listings. Please note it is only possible to retrieve the first 1000 listings from the API (see error 902).|
|One or more listing GUIDs were specified instead of a location, and the listings corresponding to these GUIDs were returned.|
Listings not returned (bad location):
Codes 200-299 indicate the location did not exist or was not specified correctly, but the request was otherwise valid.
|The location given was ambiguous and we could not determine which possibility to display listings for. The possible location names are returned in this case.|
|The location given could not be found.|
|The specified location is not valid, but has a very similar spelling to one or more locations which are valid. Possible valid locations are returned in the response.|
|An error occurred while processing the specified coordinates. Please note requests to the API must be sent to the correct server for the country you want to retrieve listings for (see the page on API methods).|
Listings not returned (invalid request):
Codes 900-999 indicate the request was not formed correctly.
|The request was invalid. When using the search_listings method, every request must specify either the location or listing GUIDs, but not both, otherwise this error will be returned.|
|901||pagination out of range|
|An invalid value was specified for the 'page' parameter. Allowed values are between 1 and the returned 'total_pages' value for the specific query.|
|902||pagination attempted to specify more than 1000th result|
|The pagination options were specified in such a way as to display more than the 1000th result. The API is limited to returning more than 1000 listings in one query.|
Code 500 indicates an error due to an internal fault.
|500||internal Nestoria error|
|An error occurred internally; please contact us with details of any request which caused this to be returned.|
These response codes are returned for all API methods where the version is specified incorrectly in the request.
|910||unknown API version|
|An API version was specified which does not exist.|
|911||unsupported old API version|
|An API version was specified which is no longer supported.|