Source code for pyramid.exceptions

from pyramid.httpexceptions import HTTPBadRequest, HTTPForbidden, HTTPNotFound

NotFound = HTTPNotFound  # bw compat
Forbidden = HTTPForbidden  # bw compat

[docs] class BadCSRFOrigin(HTTPBadRequest): """ This exception indicates the request has failed cross-site request forgery origin validation. """ title = "Bad CSRF Origin" explanation = ( "Access is denied. This server can not verify that the origin or " "referrer of your request matches the current site. Either your " "browser supplied the wrong Origin or Referrer or it did not supply " "one at all." )
[docs] class BadCSRFToken(HTTPBadRequest): """ This exception indicates the request has failed cross-site request forgery token validation. """ title = 'Bad CSRF Token' explanation = ( 'Access is denied. This server can not verify that your cross-site ' 'request forgery token belongs to your login session. Either you ' 'supplied the wrong cross-site request forgery token or your session ' 'no longer exists. This may be due to session timeout or because ' 'browser is not supplying the credentials required, as can happen ' 'when the browser has cookies turned off.' )
[docs] class PredicateMismatch(HTTPNotFound): """ This exception is raised by multiviews when no view matches all given predicates. This exception subclasses the :class:`HTTPNotFound` exception for a specific reason: if it reaches the main exception handler, it should be treated as :class:`HTTPNotFound`` by any exception view registrations. Thus, typically, this exception will not be seen publicly. However, this exception will be raised if the predicates of all views configured to handle another exception context cannot be successfully matched. For instance, if a view is configured to handle a context of ``HTTPForbidden`` and the configured with additional predicates, then :class:`PredicateMismatch` will be raised if: * An original view callable has raised :class:`HTTPForbidden` (thus invoking an exception view); and * The given request fails to match all predicates for said exception view associated with :class:`HTTPForbidden`. The same applies to any type of exception being handled by an exception view. """
[docs] class URLDecodeError(UnicodeDecodeError): """ This exception is raised when :app:`Pyramid` cannot successfully decode a URL or a URL path segment. This exception behaves just like the Python builtin :exc:`UnicodeDecodeError`. It is a subclass of the builtin :exc:`UnicodeDecodeError` exception only for identity purposes, mostly so an exception view can be registered when a URL cannot be decoded. """
[docs] class ConfigurationError(Exception): """Raised when inappropriate input values are supplied to an API method of a :term:`Configurator`"""
class ConfigurationConflictError(ConfigurationError): """Raised when a configuration conflict is detected during action processing""" def __init__(self, conflicts): self._conflicts = conflicts def __str__(self): r = ["Conflicting configuration actions"] for discriminator, infos in self._conflicts.items(): r.append(" For: %s" % (discriminator,)) for info in infos: for line in str(info).rstrip().split('\n'): r.append(" " + line) return '\n'.join(r) class ConfigurationExecutionError(ConfigurationError): """An error occurred during execution of a configuration action""" def __init__(self, etype, evalue, info): self.etype, self.evalue, = etype, evalue, info def __str__(self): return "%s: %s\n in:\n %s" % (self.etype, self.evalue, class CyclicDependencyError(Exception): """The exception raised when the Pyramid topological sorter detects a cyclic dependency.""" def __init__(self, cycles): self.cycles = cycles def __str__(self): L = [] cycles = self.cycles for cycle in cycles: dependent = cycle dependees = cycles[cycle] L.append('%r sorts before %r' % (dependent, dependees)) msg = 'Implicit ordering cycle:' + '; '.join(L) return msg