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RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND

This error signifies that a specified resource could not be located.
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The RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND error indicates that a requested resource is not available or cannot be found. This error typically arises when a request is made for a resource that either does not exist or is currently inaccessible.

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RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND

Not Found

To troubleshoot this error, follow these steps:

  1. Verify resource existence: Confirm that the resource you're attempting to access exists. Check for any typos or errors in the resource name or path
  2. Review access permissions: Ensure that your application or function has the necessary permissions to access the resource
  3. Inspect resource path: Double-check the path or URL to the resource. Ensure it is correctly formatted and corresponds to the intended resource
  4. Check application configuration: Review your application's configuration settings to ensure they are correctly set up to locate and access the resource
  5. Review logs: Consult your application logs for more details or clues as to why the resource could not be found. This can provide insights into whether the issue is due to an incorrect path, permissions, or other reasons

Additionally, the error can also occur in the context of the Vercel REST API, where it is similar to the HTTP 500 Internal Server Error. In this case, the error message will contain the details of the resource that could not be found.

Last updated on February 25, 2024