The Program API supports two formats for endpoint responses: XML and JSON. Specify which format to receive in the response-content-type field. The raw HTTP request below shows a request for JSON responses.

POST /intserv/4.0/ping HTTP/1.1
Connection: close
Accept-encoding: gzip, deflate
User-Agent: Galileo API Tester
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
response-content-type: json
Content-Length: 103


By default, all responses contain these fields.

FieldData typeDescriptionSample values
status_codeNumericNumeric code for the status. See Status Codes and Errors for more information.0
statusStringThe description of the status_code.Success
processing_timeFloatThe amount of time between the call and the response.0.065
response_dataObjectEndpoint-specific data. For some endpoints this field is empty. See the individual endpoint response examples.
echoObjectContains values that were passed in the original endpoint call.
provider_transaction_idStringThe value of the providerTransactionId parameter.
provider_timestampDate-timeThe value of the providerTimestamp parameter.
transaction_idStringThe value of the transactionId parameter.
errorsListContains details about an error. Present only when status_code contains an error code.'achAccountNo' is required and cannot be empty
rtokenUUIDUUID for the endpoint call, generated by the Galileo system. Use this value when troubleshooting specific endpoint calls with Galileo.
system_timestampDatetimeDate-time of the response in Galileo system time.2023-04-26 16:12:06

Example response structure

  "status_code": 0,
  "status": "Success",
  "processing_time": 0.1671297550201416,
  "response_data": {},
  "echo": {
    "provider_transaction_id": "",
    "provider_timestamp": null,
    "transaction_id": "25570855"
  "rtoken": "8cc16de0-5eda-4e2a-968e-3b08fce6f778",
  "system_timestamp": "2020-07-13 10:47:34"