Source code for girder.exceptions

[docs]class GirderBaseException(Exception): """ A class from which all Girder exceptions are based. """ pass
[docs]class AccessException(GirderBaseException): """ Represents denial of access to a resource. """ def __init__(self, message, extra=None): self.message = message self.extra = extra super(AccessException, self).__init__(message)
[docs]class GirderException(GirderBaseException): """ Represents a general exception that might occur in regular use. From the user perspective, these are failures, but not catastrophic ones. An identifier can be passed, which allows receivers to check the exception without relying on the text of the message. It is recommended that identifiers are a dot-separated string consisting of the originating python module and a distinct error. For example, ''. """ def __init__(self, message, identifier=None): self.identifier = identifier self.message = message super(GirderException, self).__init__(message)
[docs]class NoAssetstoreAdapter(GirderException): """ Raised when no assetstore adapter is available. """ identifier = '' def __init__(self, message='No assetstore adapter'): super(NoAssetstoreAdapter, self).__init__(message, self.identifier)
[docs]class ValidationException(GirderBaseException): """ Represents validation failure in the model layer. Raise this with a message and an optional field property. If one of these is thrown in the model during a REST request, it will respond as a 400 status. """ def __init__(self, message, field=None): self.field = field self.message = message super(ValidationException, self).__init__(message)
[docs]class ResourcePathNotFound(ValidationException): """ A special case of ValidationException representing the case when the resource at a given path does not exist. """ pass
[docs]class RestException(GirderBaseException): """ Throw a RestException in the case of any sort of incorrect request (i.e. user/client error). Login and permission failures should set a 403 code; almost all other validation errors should use status 400, which is the default. """ def __init__(self, message, code=400, extra=None): self.code = code self.extra = extra self.message = message super(RestException, self).__init__(message)
[docs]class FilePathException(GirderException): """ Thrown when a file path is requested and cannot be returned. """ identifier = 'girder.utility.assetstore.file-path-not-available' def __init__(self, message='No assetstore adapter', identifier=None): super(FilePathException, self).__init__(message, identifier or self.identifier)