We'll put this on a wiki page, but just a few:
GET methods that return a collection should return an empty collection if no entries are found, rather than 404 or 204 and null.
GET methods to return a specific resource should return 404 if no resource is found.
Methods that create a resource should return 201 (Created) on success, providing the link for the resource created. In practice, this will likely mean returning some of type Response.
Methods that either delete or modify a resource should return 200 on success. If the resource is not found, a 404 should be returned.
Revision to 4:
Methods that either delete or modify a resource should return 200/204 on success. 204 is returned when the response has no content (ie. returns void type). This is likely to be the response for DELETE operations. Resteasy should select the right response 200/204 here. If the resource is not found, a 404 should be returned.
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