Source code for falcon.errors

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"""HTTP error classes and other Falcon-specific errors.

This module implements a collection of `falcon.HTTPError`
specializations that can be raised to generate a 4xx or 5xx HTTP
response. All classes are available directly from the `falcon`
package namespace::

    import falcon

    class MessageResource:
        def on_get(self, req, resp):

            # -- snip --

            raise falcon.HTTPBadRequest(
                title='TTL Out of Range',
                description='The message's TTL must be between 60 and 300 seconds.'
            )

            # -- snip --

"""

from datetime import datetime

from falcon.http_error import HTTPError
import falcon.status_codes as status
from falcon.util.deprecation import deprecated_args
from falcon.util.misc import dt_to_http


__all__ = (
    'CompatibilityError',
    'DelimiterError',
    'HeaderNotSupported',
    'HTTPBadGateway',
    'HTTPBadRequest',
    'HTTPConflict',
    'HTTPFailedDependency',
    'HTTPForbidden',
    'HTTPGatewayTimeout',
    'HTTPGone',
    'HTTPInsufficientStorage',
    'HTTPInternalServerError',
    'HTTPInvalidHeader',
    'HTTPInvalidParam',
    'HTTPLengthRequired',
    'HTTPLocked',
    'HTTPLoopDetected',
    'HTTPMethodNotAllowed',
    'HTTPMissingHeader',
    'HTTPMissingParam',
    'HTTPNetworkAuthenticationRequired',
    'HTTPNotAcceptable',
    'HTTPNotFound',
    'HTTPNotImplemented',
    'HTTPPayloadTooLarge',
    'HTTPPreconditionFailed',
    'HTTPPreconditionRequired',
    'HTTPRangeNotSatisfiable',
    'HTTPRequestHeaderFieldsTooLarge',
    'HTTPRouteNotFound',
    'HTTPServiceUnavailable',
    'HTTPTooManyRequests',
    'HTTPUnauthorized',
    'HTTPUnavailableForLegalReasons',
    'HTTPUnprocessableEntity',
    'HTTPUnsupportedMediaType',
    'HTTPUriTooLong',
    'HTTPVersionNotSupported',
    'MediaMalformedError',
    'MediaNotFoundError',
    'MediaValidationError',
    'OperationNotAllowed',
    'PayloadTypeError',
    'UnsupportedError',
    'UnsupportedScopeError',
    'WebSocketDisconnected',
    'WebSocketHandlerNotFound',
    'WebSocketPathNotFound',
    'WebSocketServerError',
)


class HeaderNotSupported(ValueError):
    """The specified header is not supported by this method."""


class CompatibilityError(ValueError):
    """The given method, value, or type is not compatible."""


class UnsupportedScopeError(RuntimeError):
    """The ASGI scope type is not supported by Falcon."""


class UnsupportedError(RuntimeError):
    """The method or operation is not supported."""


# NOTE(kgriffs): This inherits from ValueError to be consistent with the type
#   raised by Python's built-in file-like objects.
class OperationNotAllowed(ValueError):
    """The requested operation is not allowed."""


class DelimiterError(IOError):
    """The read operation did not find the requested stream delimiter."""


[docs]class PayloadTypeError(TypeError): """The WebSocket message payload was not of the expected type."""
[docs]class WebSocketDisconnected(ConnectionError): """The websocket connection is lost. This error is raised when attempting to perform an operation on the WebSocket and it is determined that either the client has closed the connection, the server closed the connection, or the socket has otherwise been lost. Keyword Args: code (int): The WebSocket close code, as per the WebSocket spec (default ``1000``). Attributes: code (int): The WebSocket close code, as per the WebSocket spec. """ def __init__(self, code: int = None): self.code = code or 1000 # Default to "Normal Closure"
[docs]class WebSocketPathNotFound(WebSocketDisconnected): """No route could be found for the requested path. A simulated WebSocket connection was attempted but the path specified in the handshake request did not match any of the app's routes. """ pass
[docs]class WebSocketHandlerNotFound(WebSocketDisconnected): """The routed resource does not contain an ``on_websocket()`` handler.""" pass
[docs]class WebSocketServerError(WebSocketDisconnected): """The server encountered an unexpected error.""" pass
[docs]class HTTPBadRequest(HTTPError): """400 Bad Request. The server cannot or will not process the request due to something that is perceived to be a client error (e.g., malformed request syntax, invalid request message framing, or deceptive request routing). (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.5.1) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '400 Bad Request'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_400, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPUnauthorized(HTTPError): """401 Unauthorized. The request has not been applied because it lacks valid authentication credentials for the target resource. The server generating a 401 response MUST send a WWW-Authenticate header field containing at least one challenge applicable to the target resource. If the request included authentication credentials, then the 401 response indicates that authorization has been refused for those credentials. The user agent MAY repeat the request with a new or replaced Authorization header field. If the 401 response contains the same challenge as the prior response, and the user agent has already attempted authentication at least once, then the user agent SHOULD present the enclosed representation to the user, since it usually contains relevant diagnostic information. (See also: RFC 7235, Section 3.1) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '401 Unauthorized'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. challenges (iterable of str): One or more authentication challenges to use as the value of the WWW-Authenticate header in the response. Note: The existing value of the WWW-Authenticate in headers will be overridden by this value (See also: RFC 7235, Section 2.1) href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__( self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, challenges=None, **kwargs ): if challenges: headers = _load_headers(headers) headers['WWW-Authenticate'] = ', '.join(challenges) super().__init__( status.HTTP_401, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPForbidden(HTTPError): """403 Forbidden. The server understood the request but refuses to authorize it. A server that wishes to make public why the request has been forbidden can describe that reason in the response payload (if any). If authentication credentials were provided in the request, the server considers them insufficient to grant access. The client SHOULD NOT automatically repeat the request with the same credentials. The client MAY repeat the request with new or different credentials. However, a request might be forbidden for reasons unrelated to the credentials. An origin server that wishes to "hide" the current existence of a forbidden target resource MAY instead respond with a status code of 404 Not Found. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.5.4) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '403 Forbidden'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_403, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPNotFound(HTTPError): """404 Not Found. The origin server did not find a current representation for the target resource or is not willing to disclose that one exists. A 404 status code does not indicate whether this lack of representation is temporary or permanent; the 410 Gone status code is preferred over 404 if the origin server knows, presumably through some configurable means, that the condition is likely to be permanent. A 404 response is cacheable by default; i.e., unless otherwise indicated by the method definition or explicit cache controls. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.5.3) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Human-friendly error title. If not provided, and `description` is also not provided, no body will be included in the response. description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two (default ``None``). headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_404, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPRouteNotFound(HTTPNotFound): """404 Not Found. The request did not match any routes configured for the application. This subclass of :class:`~.HTTPNotFound` is raised by the framework to provide a default 404 response when no route matches the request. This behavior can be customized by registering a custom error handler for :class:`~.HTTPRouteNotFound`. Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Human-friendly error title. If not provided, and `description` is also not provided, no body will be included in the response. description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two (default ``None``). headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """
[docs]class HTTPMethodNotAllowed(HTTPError): """405 Method Not Allowed. The method received in the request-line is known by the origin server but not supported by the target resource. The origin server MUST generate an Allow header field in a 405 response containing a list of the target resource's currently supported methods. A 405 response is cacheable by default; i.e., unless otherwise indicated by the method definition or explicit cache controls. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.5.5) Note: ``allowed_methods`` is the only positional argument allowed, the other arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Args: allowed_methods (list of str): Allowed HTTP methods for this resource (e.g., ``['GET', 'POST', 'HEAD']``). Note: If previously set, the Allow response header will be overridden by this value. Keyword Args: title (str): Human-friendly error title. If not provided, and `description` is also not provided, no body will be included in the response. description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two (default ``None``). headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=1) def __init__( self, allowed_methods, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs ): headers = _load_headers(headers) headers['Allow'] = ', '.join(allowed_methods) super().__init__( status.HTTP_405, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPNotAcceptable(HTTPError): """406 Not Acceptable. The target resource does not have a current representation that would be acceptable to the user agent, according to the proactive negotiation header fields received in the request, and the server is unwilling to supply a default representation. The server SHOULD generate a payload containing a list of available representation characteristics and corresponding resource identifiers from which the user or user agent can choose the one most appropriate. A user agent MAY automatically select the most appropriate choice from that list. However, this specification does not define any standard for such automatic selection, as described in RFC 7231, Section 6.4.1 (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.5.6) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_406, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPConflict(HTTPError): """409 Conflict. The request could not be completed due to a conflict with the current state of the target resource. This code is used in situations where the user might be able to resolve the conflict and resubmit the request. The server SHOULD generate a payload that includes enough information for a user to recognize the source of the conflict. Conflicts are most likely to occur in response to a PUT request. For example, if versioning were being used and the representation being PUT included changes to a resource that conflict with those made by an earlier (third-party) request, the origin server might use a 409 response to indicate that it can't complete the request. In this case, the response representation would likely contain information useful for merging the differences based on the revision history. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.5.8) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '409 Conflict'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_409, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPGone(HTTPError): """410 Gone. The target resource is no longer available at the origin server and this condition is likely to be permanent. If the origin server does not know, or has no facility to determine, whether or not the condition is permanent, the status code 404 Not Found ought to be used instead. The 410 response is primarily intended to assist the task of web maintenance by notifying the recipient that the resource is intentionally unavailable and that the server owners desire that remote links to that resource be removed. Such an event is common for limited-time, promotional services and for resources belonging to individuals no longer associated with the origin server's site. It is not necessary to mark all permanently unavailable resources as "gone" or to keep the mark for any length of time -- that is left to the discretion of the server owner. A 410 response is cacheable by default; i.e., unless otherwise indicated by the method definition or explicit cache controls. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.5.9) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Human-friendly error title. If not provided, and `description` is also not provided, no body will be included in the response. description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two (default ``None``). headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_410, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPLengthRequired(HTTPError): """411 Length Required. The server refuses to accept the request without a defined Content- Length. The client MAY repeat the request if it adds a valid Content-Length header field containing the length of the message body in the request message. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.5.10) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '411 Length Required'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_411, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPPreconditionFailed(HTTPError): """412 Precondition Failed. One or more conditions given in the request header fields evaluated to false when tested on the server. This response code allows the client to place preconditions on the current resource state (its current representations and metadata) and, thus, prevent the request method from being applied if the target resource is in an unexpected state. (See also: RFC 7232, Section 4.2) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '412 Precondition Failed'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_412, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPPayloadTooLarge(HTTPError): """413 Payload Too Large. The server is refusing to process a request because the request payload is larger than the server is willing or able to process. The server MAY close the connection to prevent the client from continuing the request. If the condition is temporary, the server SHOULD generate a Retry- After header field to indicate that it is temporary and after what time the client MAY try again. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.5.11) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '413 Payload Too Large'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. retry_after (datetime or int): Value for the Retry-After header. If a ``datetime`` object, will serialize as an HTTP date. Otherwise, a non-negative ``int`` is expected, representing the number of seconds to wait. Note: The existing value of the Retry-After in headers will be overridden by this value href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__( self, title=None, description=None, retry_after=None, headers=None, **kwargs ): super().__init__( status.HTTP_413, title=title, description=description, headers=_parse_retry_after(headers, retry_after), **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPUriTooLong(HTTPError): """414 URI Too Long. The server is refusing to service the request because the request- target is longer than the server is willing to interpret. This rare condition is only likely to occur when a client has improperly converted a POST request to a GET request with long query information, when the client has descended into a "black hole" of redirection (e.g., a redirected URI prefix that points to a suffix of itself) or when the server is under attack by a client attempting to exploit potential security holes. A 414 response is cacheable by default; i.e., unless otherwise indicated by the method definition or explicit cache controls. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.5.12) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '414 URI Too Long'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two (default ``None``). headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_414, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPUnsupportedMediaType(HTTPError): """415 Unsupported Media Type. The origin server is refusing to service the request because the payload is in a format not supported by this method on the target resource. The format problem might be due to the request's indicated Content- Type or Content-Encoding, or as a result of inspecting the data directly. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.5.13) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '415 Unsupported Media Type'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_415, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPRangeNotSatisfiable(HTTPError): """416 Range Not Satisfiable. None of the ranges in the request's Range header field overlap the current extent of the selected resource or that the set of ranges requested has been rejected due to invalid ranges or an excessive request of small or overlapping ranges. For byte ranges, failing to overlap the current extent means that the first-byte-pos of all of the byte-range-spec values were greater than the current length of the selected representation. When this status code is generated in response to a byte-range request, the sender SHOULD generate a Content-Range header field specifying the current length of the selected representation. (See also: RFC 7233, Section 4.4) Note: ``resource_length`` is the only positional argument allowed, the other arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Args: resource_length: The maximum value for the last-byte-pos of a range request. Used to set the Content-Range header. Note: The existing value of the Content-Range in headers will be overridden by this value Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '416 Range Not Satisfiable'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=1) def __init__( self, resource_length, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs ): headers = _load_headers(headers) headers['Content-Range'] = 'bytes */' + str(resource_length) super().__init__( status.HTTP_416, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPUnprocessableEntity(HTTPError): """422 Unprocessable Entity. The server understands the content type of the request entity (hence a 415 Unsupported Media Type status code is inappropriate), and the syntax of the request entity is correct (thus a 400 Bad Request status code is inappropriate) but was unable to process the contained instructions. For example, this error condition may occur if an XML request body contains well-formed (i.e., syntactically correct), but semantically erroneous, XML instructions. (See also: RFC 4918, Section 11.2) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '422 Unprocessable Entity'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_422, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPLocked(HTTPError): """423 Locked. The 423 (Locked) status code means the source or destination resource of a method is locked. This response SHOULD contain an appropriate precondition or postcondition code, such as 'lock-token-submitted' or 'no-conflicting-lock'. (See also: RFC 4918, Section 11.3) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '423 Locked'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_423, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPFailedDependency(HTTPError): """424 Failed Dependency. The 424 (Failed Dependency) status code means that the method could not be performed on the resource because the requested action depended on another action and that action failed. (See also: RFC 4918, Section 11.4) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '424 Failed Dependency'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_424, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPPreconditionRequired(HTTPError): """428 Precondition Required. The 428 status code indicates that the origin server requires the request to be conditional. Its typical use is to avoid the "lost update" problem, where a client GETs a resource's state, modifies it, and PUTs it back to the server, when meanwhile a third party has modified the state on the server, leading to a conflict. By requiring requests to be conditional, the server can assure that clients are working with the correct copies. Responses using this status code SHOULD explain how to resubmit the request successfully. (See also: RFC 6585, Section 3) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '428 Precondition Required'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_428, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPTooManyRequests(HTTPError): """429 Too Many Requests. The user has sent too many requests in a given amount of time ("rate limiting"). The response representations SHOULD include details explaining the condition, and MAY include a Retry-After header indicating how long to wait before making a new request. Responses with the 429 status code MUST NOT be stored by a cache. (See also: RFC 6585, Section 4) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '429 Too Many Requests'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the rate limit that was exceeded. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. retry_after (datetime or int): Value for the Retry-After header. If a ``datetime`` object, will serialize as an HTTP date. Otherwise, a non-negative ``int`` is expected, representing the number of seconds to wait. Note: The existing value of the Retry-After in headers will be overridden by this value href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__( self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, retry_after=None, **kwargs ): super().__init__( status.HTTP_429, title=title, description=description, headers=_parse_retry_after(headers, retry_after), **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPRequestHeaderFieldsTooLarge(HTTPError): """431 Request Header Fields Too Large. The 431 status code indicates that the server is unwilling to process the request because its header fields are too large. The request MAY be resubmitted after reducing the size of the request header fields. It can be used both when the set of request header fields in total is too large, and when a single header field is at fault. In the latter case, the response representation SHOULD specify which header field was too large. Responses with the 431 status code MUST NOT be stored by a cache. (See also: RFC 6585, Section 5) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '431 Request Header Fields Too Large'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the rate limit that was exceeded. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_431, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPUnavailableForLegalReasons(HTTPError): """451 Unavailable For Legal Reasons. The server is denying access to the resource as a consequence of a legal demand. The server in question might not be an origin server. This type of legal demand typically most directly affects the operations of ISPs and search engines. Responses using this status code SHOULD include an explanation, in the response body, of the details of the legal demand: the party making it, the applicable legislation or regulation, and what classes of person and resource it applies to. Note that in many cases clients can still access the denied resource by using technical countermeasures such as a VPN or the Tor network. A 451 response is cacheable by default; i.e., unless otherwise indicated by the method definition or explicit cache controls. (See also: RFC 7725, Section 3) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '451 Unavailable For Legal Reasons'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two (default ``None``). headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_451, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPInternalServerError(HTTPError): """500 Internal Server Error. The server encountered an unexpected condition that prevented it from fulfilling the request. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.6.1) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '500 Internal Server Error'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_500, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPNotImplemented(HTTPError): """501 Not Implemented. The 501 (Not Implemented) status code indicates that the server does not support the functionality required to fulfill the request. This is the appropriate response when the server does not recognize the request method and is not capable of supporting it for any resource. A 501 response is cacheable by default; i.e., unless otherwise indicated by the method definition or explicit cache controls as described in RFC 7234, Section 4.2.2. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.6.2) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '500 Internal Server Error'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_501, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPBadGateway(HTTPError): """502 Bad Gateway. The server, while acting as a gateway or proxy, received an invalid response from an inbound server it accessed while attempting to fulfill the request. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.6.3) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '502 Bad Gateway'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_502, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPServiceUnavailable(HTTPError): """503 Service Unavailable. The server is currently unable to handle the request due to a temporary overload or scheduled maintenance, which will likely be alleviated after some delay. The server MAY send a Retry-After header field to suggest an appropriate amount of time for the client to wait before retrying the request. Note: The existence of the 503 status code does not imply that a server has to use it when becoming overloaded. Some servers might simply refuse the connection. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.6.4) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '503 Service Unavailable'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. retry_after (datetime or int): Value for the Retry-After header. If a ``datetime`` object, will serialize as an HTTP date. Otherwise, a non-negative ``int`` is expected, representing the number of seconds to wait. Note: The existing value of the Retry-After in headers will be overridden by this value href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__( self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, retry_after=None, **kwargs ): super().__init__( status.HTTP_503, title=title, description=description, headers=_parse_retry_after(headers, retry_after), **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPGatewayTimeout(HTTPError): """504 Gateway Timeout. The 504 (Gateway Timeout) status code indicates that the server, while acting as a gateway or proxy, did not receive a timely response from an upstream server it needed to access in order to complete the request. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.6.5) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '503 Service Unavailable'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_504, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPVersionNotSupported(HTTPError): """505 HTTP Version Not Supported. The 505 (HTTP Version Not Supported) status code indicates that the server does not support, or refuses to support, the major version of HTTP that was used in the request message. The server is indicating that it is unable or unwilling to complete the request using the same major version as the client (as described in RFC 7230, Section 2.6), other than with this error message. The server SHOULD generate a representation for the 505 response that describes why that version is not supported and what other protocols are supported by that server. (See also: RFC 7231, Section 6.6.6) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '503 Service Unavailable'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_505, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPInsufficientStorage(HTTPError): """507 Insufficient Storage. The 507 (Insufficient Storage) status code means the method could not be performed on the resource because the server is unable to store the representation needed to successfully complete the request. This condition is considered to be temporary. If the request that received this status code was the result of a user action, the request MUST NOT be repeated until it is requested by a separate user action. (See also: RFC 4918, Section 11.5) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '507 Insufficient Storage'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_507, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPLoopDetected(HTTPError): """508 Loop Detected. The 508 (Loop Detected) status code indicates that the server terminated an operation because it encountered an infinite loop while processing a request with "Depth: infinity". This status indicates that the entire operation failed. (See also: RFC 5842, Section 7.2) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '508 Loop Detected'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_508, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPNetworkAuthenticationRequired(HTTPError): """511 Network Authentication Required. The 511 status code indicates that the client needs to authenticate to gain network access. The response representation SHOULD contain a link to a resource that allows the user to submit credentials. Note that the 511 response SHOULD NOT contain a challenge or the authentication interface itself, because clients would show the interface as being associated with the originally requested URL, which may cause confusion. The 511 status SHOULD NOT be generated by origin servers; it is intended for use by intercepting proxies that are interposed as a means of controlling access to the network. Responses with the 511 status code MUST NOT be stored by a cache. (See also: RFC 6585, Section 6) Note: All the arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '511 Network Authentication Required'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=0) def __init__(self, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( status.HTTP_511, title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPInvalidHeader(HTTPBadRequest): """400 Bad Request. One of the headers in the request is invalid. Note: ``msg`` and ``header_name`` are the only positional argument allowed, the other arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Args: msg (str): A description of why the value is invalid. header_name (str): The name of the invalid header. Keyword Args: headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=2) def __init__(self, msg, header_name, headers=None, **kwargs): description = 'The value provided for the "{0}" header is invalid. {1}' description = description.format(header_name, msg) super().__init__( title='Invalid header value', description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPMissingHeader(HTTPBadRequest): """400 Bad Request. A header is missing from the request. Note: ``header_name`` is the only positional argument allowed, the other arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Args: header_name (str): The name of the missing header. Keyword Args: headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=1) def __init__(self, header_name, headers=None, **kwargs): description = 'The "{0}" header is required.' description = description.format(header_name) super().__init__( title='Missing header value', description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPInvalidParam(HTTPBadRequest): """400 Bad Request. A parameter in the request is invalid. This error may refer to a parameter in a query string, form, or document that was submitted with the request. Note: ``msg`` and ``param_name`` are the only positional argument allowed, the other arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Args: msg (str): A description of the invalid parameter. param_name (str): The name of the parameter. Keyword Args: headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=2) def __init__(self, msg, param_name, headers=None, **kwargs): description = 'The "{0}" parameter is invalid. {1}' description = description.format(param_name, msg) super().__init__( title='Invalid parameter', description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class HTTPMissingParam(HTTPBadRequest): """400 Bad Request. A parameter is missing from the request. This error may refer to a parameter in a query string, form, or document that was submitted with the request. Note: ``param_name`` is the only positional argument allowed, the other arguments should be passed as keyword only. Using them as positional arguments will raise a deprecation warning and will result in an error in a future version of falcon. Args: param_name (str): The name of the missing parameter. Keyword Args: headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ @deprecated_args(allowed_positional=1) def __init__(self, param_name, headers=None, **kwargs): description = 'The "{0}" parameter is required.' description = description.format(param_name) super().__init__( title='Missing parameter', description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
[docs]class MediaNotFoundError(HTTPBadRequest): """400 Bad Request. Exception raised by a media handler when trying to parse an empty body. Note: Some media handlers, like the one for URL-encoded forms, allow an empty body. In these cases this exception will not be raised. Args: media_type (str): The media type that was expected. Keyword Args: headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ def __init__(self, media_type, **kwargs): super().__init__( title='Invalid {0}'.format(media_type), description='Could not parse an empty {0} body'.format(media_type), **kwargs, )
[docs]class MediaMalformedError(HTTPBadRequest): """400 Bad Request. Exception raised by a media handler when trying to parse a malformed body. The cause of this exception, if any, is stored in the ``__cause__`` attribute using the "raise ... from" form when raising. Args: media_type (str): The media type that was expected. Keyword Args: headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ def __init__(self, media_type, **kwargs): super().__init__( title='Invalid {0}'.format(media_type), description=None, **kwargs ) self._media_type = media_type @property def description(self): msg = 'Could not parse {} body'.format(self._media_type) if self.__cause__ is not None: msg += ' - {}'.format(self.__cause__) return msg @description.setter def description(self, value): pass
[docs]class MediaValidationError(HTTPBadRequest): """400 Bad Request. Request media is invalid. This exception is raised by a media validator (such as :func:`jsonschema.validate <falcon.media.validators.jsonschema.validate>`) when ``req.media`` is successfully deserialized, but fails to validate against the configured schema. The cause of this exception, if any, is stored in the ``__cause__`` attribute using the "raise ... from" form when raising. Note: All the arguments must be passed as keyword only. Keyword Args: title (str): Error title (default '400 Bad Request'). description (str): Human-friendly description of the error, along with a helpful suggestion or two. headers (dict or list): A ``dict`` of header names and values to set, or a ``list`` of (*name*, *value*) tuples. Both *name* and *value* must be of type ``str`` or ``StringType``, and only character values 0x00 through 0xFF may be used on platforms that use wide characters. Note: The Content-Type header, if present, will be overridden. If you wish to return custom error messages, you can create your own HTTP error class, and install an error handler to convert it into an appropriate HTTP response for the client Note: Falcon can process a list of ``tuple`` slightly faster than a ``dict``. href (str): A URL someone can visit to find out more information (default ``None``). Unicode characters are percent-encoded. href_text (str): If href is given, use this as the friendly title/description for the link (default 'API documentation for this error'). code (int): An internal code that customers can reference in their support request or to help them when searching for knowledge base articles related to this error (default ``None``). """ def __init__(self, *, title=None, description=None, headers=None, **kwargs): super().__init__( title=title, description=description, headers=headers, **kwargs, )
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- # Helpers # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- def _load_headers(headers): """Transform the headers to dict.""" if headers is None: return {} if isinstance(headers, dict): return headers return dict(headers) def _parse_retry_after(headers, retry_after): """Set the Retry-After to the headers when required.""" if retry_after is None: return headers headers = _load_headers(headers) if isinstance(retry_after, datetime): headers['Retry-After'] = dt_to_http(retry_after) else: headers['Retry-After'] = str(retry_after) return headers