Last Update: 2017-01-06 09:56:50 -0800


  • When using a browser, Rodauth now uses an appropriate 401, 403, or 422 error status for errors instead of using 200 success status. Many configuration methods have been added to customize the status codes used for specific types of errors.

  • The json_response_custom_error_status? configuration method has been added to the jwt feature, which if set to true makes the jwt feature use the same error status codes for JSON API requests that it would use for browser requests. For backward compatibility, the default is to continue to use the 400 error status for all errors in the JSON API, but this will change in Rodauth 2.