A successful request (not necessarily a successful operation) will return a string concatenated with a pipe "|" symbol, like this: "0|Secure Connection Required". Exploding the string on the pipe symbol will give you an array of parts, which are notated below. Part Zero will always be a binary 0 or 1, depending on the operations failure or success, respectively.
|0||Secure Connection Required||All requests must use the https:// protocol when calling the SimpleScripts APIs.|
|0||HostKey Required||This field is required. For more info, view the Requirements table above.|
|0||HostAPIKey Required||This field is required. For more info, view the Requirements table above.|
|0||Invalid HostKey/HostAPIKey Combination||Just like a bad username/password combination, this means you have provided bad information.|
|0||Old/New Unique ID Required||The client's unique id is required. For more info, view the Requirements table above.|
|1||UniqueID Does Not Exist||The specified Unique ID does not exist in our system. This returns successful.|
|1||Successfully renamed old_unique to new_unique||The operation completed successfully.|