A "bad request error" occurs if you try to update data that does not conform to the Creator Studio API, or if the data is semantically incorrect. For example, an invalid email address used for sharing.
A bad request error in Creator Studio looks like this:
The <request> of <name> failed because of invalid submitted data.
<request> will be the type of request made on the resource, like "save" or "share".
<name> will be the distinguished name of the resource, such as the first line of a share text, or an experience name including localisation or variant information.
Let us assume you want to share your "My Banner" experience with a person from your company that is not yet a Creator Studio user. You do this by entering their email, "firstname.lastname@example.org" for example, after you have opened the share dialog in the editor. Additionally, you may enter a message to be included with your share request, such as "Hi John, please check this out. It is really easy to use Creator Studio.". If the email address does not exist, Creator Studio will raise an error like:
The share of “Hi John, please check this out” failed because of invalid submitted data.
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