This guide will help you if you have a 400 protocol error. Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Bad Request Response Status Code 400 indicates that the server is unable or unwilling to process the request due to an error perceived as a client error (for example, invalid request syntax, invalid request message frame, or misleading request routing).
The 400 Bad Request error is a
HTTP response status code that indicates that the server was unable to process the request sent by the client due to invalid syntax. As with a dozen potential HTTP response codes, getting a
400 Bad Request Error when accessing your own application can be both frustrating and difficult. These HTTP response codes represent a complex relationship between a client, a web application, a web server, and often multiple third party web services. Hence, even in a controlled development environment, it can be difficult to determine the cause of a particular status code.
In this article, we will investigate
Bad Request Error 400 to determine if the root cause is the local client or the remote server. We’ll also go over some tips and tricks to help you diagnose and debug your own application if you receive a
400 Bad Request Error message for any reason. Finally, we’ll take a look at some of the more popular content management systems (
CMS ) in use today and give you an overview.There are a lot of potential problems on these systems that could cause
400 unexpected bad query errors , so let’s get started!
This issue can occur if the user is a member of multiple Active Directory groups. This issue can occur during the proxy process from Exchange Server 2016 or Exchange Server 2013 CAS to Exchange Server 2010 CAS.
10.4.6 405 Method Prohibited
The method specified in the query string is not allowed for The resource identified by the request URI. The answer MUST contain one Allow headers with a list of allowed methods for the requested party Resource.