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import typing as t

from globus_sdk.exc import GlobusAPIError

[docs]class TimerAPIError(GlobusAPIError): """ Error class to represent error responses from Timer. Has no particular additions to the base ``GlobusAPIError``, but implements a different method for parsing error responses from Timer due to the differences between pydantic-generated errors and other errors. """ MESSAGE_FIELDS: t.List[str] = [] # we are overriding `_load_from_json` instead def _load_from_json(self, data: t.Dict[str, t.Any]) -> None: """ Errors generated by Timer itself look like this: .. code-block:: json { "error": { "code": "ERROR", "detail": "Request failed successfully", "status": 500 } } While errors from Timer's pydantic implementation look like this: .. code-block:: json { "detail": [ { "loc": ["body", "start"], "msg": "field required", "type": "value_error.missing" }, { "loc": ["body", "callback_url"], "msg": "field required", "type": "value_error.missing" }, ... The ``msg`` might be like the above, or "value is not a valid <TYPE>", and so on. ``loc`` however is always a list which indicates the location of the error within the request. It might say ``["body", "start"]`` for example, or it might start with "query" to point to a value in the query string. """ if "error" in data: self.code = data["error"].get("code", "ERROR") self.message = data["error"].get("detail", "") elif "detail" in data: self.code = "Validation Error" self.message = "; ".join( e["msg"] + ": " + ".".join(k for k in e["loc"]) for e in data["detail"] ) else: self.code = "Unknown Error" self.message = "Could not parse error details from the response"