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fix: handle unsupported content type and HTTP method #164

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Instead of 500 response codes for invalid HTTP methods and unsupported content types the appropriate response codes are returned.

Instead of response 500 the appropriate response codes
are returned.
@daniel-eder daniel-eder added the in review Moderators are investigating how to best proceed with the issue label Jun 16, 2020
@alstiefel alstiefel added this to the 1.0.1 milestone Jun 24, 2020
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thx for contribution
review will postphoned after 1.0.1

@alstiefel alstiefel removed this from the 1.0.1 milestone Jun 24, 2020
@daniel-eder daniel-eder assigned alstiefel and unassigned ascheibal Jun 24, 2020
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@mlaue-tech-zz mlaue-tech-zz requested a review from f11h June 24, 2020 12:47
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Thank you for your contribution

@mschulte-tsi mschulte-tsi merged commit 79d3e33 into corona-warn-app:master Jan 26, 2021
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