Issue #42 resolved
Sebastian Rahlf
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The AWSError passes along a reference to the parsed XML document. When catching those errors it would be helpful if that reference was passed along as well.

Can you think of a general approach to solve this problem elegantly?

Comments (5)

  1. Sebastian Rahlf reporter
    • marked as minor
    • removed version
    • changed milestone to 0.3

    I'm thinking of something along the lines of

    def _make_error(exc, error_class, *args):
        Creates an exception with all relevant information appended.
        error = error_class(*(args or [exc.msg]))
        error.code = exc.code
        error.xml = exc.xml
        return error
        return self.parse(response.text)
    except AWSError as e:
        # simple errors
        errors = { 
            'InternalError': InternalError,
            'InvalidClientTokenId': InvalidClientTokenId,
            'MissingClientTokenId': MissingClientTokenId,
            'RequestThrottled': TooManyRequests,
            'Deprecated': DeprecatedOperation,
            'AWS.ECommerceService.NoExactMatches': NoExactMatchesFound
            'AccountLimitExceeded': AccountLimitExceeded,
        if e.code in errors:
            raise _make_error(e, errors[e.code])
  2. Sebastian Rahlf reporter

    There is a new head in the default branch (support for Python 2) which will become version 0.2.8 at some point this week. With regards to you new exceptions, please see comments in commit.

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