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Accessing REST services for stopped tenant results in server error

If a tenant is in a stopped state and a client accesses the REST services using valid credentials and tenant auth token, the server generates an error. The tenant engine state should be checked as part of the auth token verification process. Rather than generating a 500 status code it should return a 503 indicating the service is not currently available.

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DerekA

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DerekA