FeedSweep can display some generic and cryptic error codes. This article outlines what these error codes really mean and provides some suggestions on how to correct them.
FeedSweep can display the following error messages:
Service Temporarily Unavailable - FeedSweep is experiencing a service interruption. Please accept our apologies as we attempt to restore service.
This message means the alarm bells and whistles are ringing incessantly at the FeedSweep offices - there is nothing your can do until we fix the problem.
No News Today - Sorry, there does not appear to be any news in the feeds specified. Maybe it is just a slow news day?
This message is displayed when every specified source feed is invalid to the point it can't be read.
No News Isn't Good News - You specified no news feeds for FeedSweep to read.
This message is displayed when a request is received that specifies no source feed.
Permission Not Granted - The system administrator of this service has not granted service to this FeedSweep request.
This message is displayed when there was not an "allow" permission in favor of every attribute of the source feed request
Permission Denied - The system administrator of this service has denied service to this FeedSweep request.
This message is displayed when there was a "deny" permission for any attribute of the source feed request.
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09/22/2008, in category "General Articles"
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