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The MALFORMED_REQUEST_HEADER error occurs when a request contains an improperly formatted or invalid header. This is a request error.
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The MALFORMED_REQUEST_HEADER error signifies that a request made to the server includes a header that is incorrectly formatted or contains invalid data. This could be due to syntax errors, incorrect header field names, or incompatible header values.



Bad Request

To troubleshoot this error, follow these steps:

  1. Inspect request headers: Review the headers in your request. Ensure that they are correctly formatted and adhere to the HTTP standard
  2. Validate UTF-8 encoding: Confirm that all request headers, especially cookie values, are valid UTF-8 strings. Non-UTF-8 characters in headers, particularly in the cookie header, often cause this error
  3. Examine Serverless Function behavior: Since this error is specific to Serverless Functions, verify the functionality and responses of your Serverless Functions. Ensure they are correctly handling request headers and not contributing to malformed responses
Last updated on June 13, 2024