Filter for headers.
A composite header filter.
A message header.
A message protocol.
A transport method.
A request header.
This header may or may not be mapped down onto HTTP.
An error code that gets translated into an appropriate underlying error code.
Thrown when the request is bad.
Exception thrown when a service call is forbidden.
Thrown when a protocol requested by the client cannot be negotiated.
Exception thrown when the resource was not found.
Thrown when the payload is too large.
Exception thrown when there was a generic client error.
Exception thrown when the user has sent too many requests in a given amount of time.
An exception that can be translated down to a specific error in the transport.
Exception thrown when a service call is unauthorized.
Exception thrown when a message can't be deserialized because its media type is not known.