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Interpreting Http Status Codes

I haven't check to see whether this is solved in R5, but one difficulty with
the Domino web log is the difficulty with determining what happened with an
given request. You can use the following column formula in a custom view to
get a better idea of what's happening with your site.
@If( StatusCode = 200; "OK"; StatusCode = 201; "Created"; StatusCode = 202;
"Accepted"; StatusCode = 204; "No Content"; StatusCode = 301; "Moved";
StatusCode = 302; "Found (Redirection)"; StatusCode = 304; "Not Modified
(Conditional Get)"; StatusCode = 400; "Bad Request"; StatusCode = 401;
"Unauthorized Exception"; StatusCode = 403; "Forbidden"; StatusCode = 404; "Not
Found"; StatusCode = 500; "Internal Server Error (Lotus Notes Error)";
StatusCode = 503; "Service Unavailable"; StatusCode)

This was first published in November 2000

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