You can't use a 102 http status code in Azure

June 21, 2019 | 0 Comments | 1 min read

You can’t use a 102 status code because Azure will always wait for a follow up code. In my code I changed it to a 202 Accepted instead.

If you try and use a 102 in Azure, you will eventually get a 502 response, which states that the server received an invalid response while acting as a proxy or gateway. Which translates to, I received a 102 but not a final status code from you code.

A 102 should only ever be used to say that the call is still in progress ans must always be followed up with a final status code, be that a 200 or 202 like I changed mine to.


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