The Google Street View Image API may issue an error or warning when something goes wrong.
In the case of an invalid request, the Google Street View Image API returns
4xx status code and a message describing the
problem. Below are examples of such error conditions. Note: This is not
a complete list of the possible errors. Please check the actual error code
and message returned by the API for details of specific problems.
|Example of error condition||Status code|
|The request includes an invalid parameter, or a required parameter is
missing. For example, the
|The API key included in the request is invalid.||
Errors that prevent a street view image from being displayed
If the request is valid, but another error occurs that prevents the street view image from being displayed, the Google Street View Image API returns either text or an error image instead of the street view image, depending on the error. An example of such an error condition is when the application exceeds its usage limits.
Errors related to usage limits
If your use of the Street View Image API exceeds the daily usage limits, the page displays an error image instead of a street view image, with a link indicating the type of error. For example “g.co/streetviewerror/key”.
|Usage limits errors and solutions|
|You are using the Street View Image API without an API key, and you have exceeded the free daily map loads limit. To resolve, you must:|
You are using the Street View Image API without an API key, and have exceeded the 50 queries-per-second limit for keyless usage.
To resolve, you must get an API key.
|You have exceeded the maximum daily map loads limit for the Street View Image API. This error can occur under one of two conditions:|
|You have exceeded the free daily map loads limit and are now in a billable scenario. If you have already enabled billing to increase your daily quota, you will get this error if you have not signed your URL. All billable requests must use a digital signature. To resolve,|