HTTP 204


HTTP 204 is defined in RFC 7231, section 6.3.5: 204 No Content, as a HTTP Status Code to indicate the success status response code indicates that the request has succeed, but that the client doesn't need to go away from its current page.

HTTP 204 response is cacheable by default.

An Etag HTTP Header Field is included in such a response.

A HTTP 204 Result Code does not indicate whether this lack is temporary or permanent. If the server knows that this condition is likely to be permanent, a HTTP 410 (Gone) should be used instead of a HTTP 204 status.

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