[Marble-devel] [OpenSeaMap-develop] technical question about http return code for empty tiles

Bernhard R. Fischer bf at abenteuerland.at
Tue Dec 13 07:24:19 UTC 2011

On Monday 12 December 2011 08:50:41 Anders Lund wrote:
> Hi,
> It appears that map.openseamap.org returns 203 when a tile is not
> available. Is there a reason that 204 (request ok, no content) is not
> used?
> Reason I ask is that marble keeps a cache, and I need to find out how to
> make sure that seamark tiles that were emptied (ie a light was moved out
> of it) are expired from the cache.
> It appears to me that a 204 would be a reason for that, while 203 is
> questionable.
> Anders

Is it the map.openseamap.org server or any tile server?
Openseamap runs an Apache thus the return code probably is generated by it and 
not any other software.
Do you have an URL?

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