This worked until two hours ago which is when I announced this which caused several people to visit that page.
Now I get a HTTP Status 400, Bad Request. HTTP error response code received in response to request to url: https:// api.stackexchange.com/2.0/questions?pagesize=50&site=stackoverflow&tagged=xpages&order=desc&sort=creation&page=1 which used to work and is also what the doc says.
So I'm wondering whether there is a limit of APIs requests or something?
Without a key you can make 300 requests per day, with a key you can make 10,000 requests per day
With an access token, the 10,000 request limit is just for your app for that user. *
Without an access token, the 10,000 request limit is shared between apps on the IP Address.
You must obey the backoff field which is in the wrapper object, if the field is there then you must wait the number of seconds it contains before you make an identical request.
Making an indentical request more than once a minute is unlikely to
return new results
( So if a user/server has mutliple apps using an access token (authenticated), each app can make 10,000 requests per day. Each user has up to 5 blocks of 10,000 requests, but a user can have more than 5 authenticate apps running at once)*
It looks as though you arent passing a key, so I would imagine that your problem is that you've gone over the 300 requests limit. To get a key just register your application here
Without a registered API key, your server's IP address will be restricted to 300 calls per day. With an API key, that limit is increased to 10000 per day. What most likely happened was that you exceeded the (free) 300 quota.
After you register for an 2.0 API key, change your request URL as follows: