The Http status codes for reporting errors to clients can mainly be categorized on two groups, client errors and server errors. Any status code under 500 is considered an issue generated by something wrong on the request message sent by the client. For example, 404 for resource not found, 400 for bad request (some invalid data in the request message) or 403 for forbidden (an unauthorized operation) are some of the most well know client errors. On the hand, any other code over 500 is considered as a problem on the server side such as 500 for internal server error or 503 for server unavailable. This kind of error means that something unexpected happened on the server side while processing the request but it is not the client fault.