Source code for weaver.owsexceptions

OWSExceptions definitions.

Exceptions are based on :mod:`pyramid.httpexceptions` and :mod:`pywps.exceptions` to handle more cases where they can
be caught whether the running process is via :mod:`weaver` or through :mod:`pywps` service.

Furthermore, interrelation with :mod:`weaver.exceptions` classes (with base :exc:`weaver.exceptions.WeaverException`)
also employ specific :exc:`OWSExceptions` definitions to provide specific error details.
import json as json_pkg
import warnings
from string import Template
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING

from pyramid.httpexceptions import (
from pyramid.interfaces import IExceptionResponse
from pyramid.response import Response
from pywps.exceptions import InvalidParameterValue, MissingParameterValue, NoApplicableCode
from webob.acceptparse import create_accept_header
from zope.interface import implementer

from weaver.formats import ContentType
from weaver.utils import clean_json_text_body
from weaver.warning import MissingParameterWarning, UnsupportedOperationWarning

    from typing import Any, Optional

    from weaver.typedefs import JSON, SettingsType

[docs]class OWSException(Response, Exception): """ Base OWS Exception definition. """
[docs] code = "NoApplicableCode"
[docs] value = None
[docs] locator = "NoApplicableCode"
[docs] description = "Unknown Error"
[docs] page_template = Template("""\ <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <ExceptionReport version="1.0.0" xmlns="" xmlns:xsi="" xsi:schemaLocation=""> <Exception exceptionCode="${code}" locator="${locator}"> <ExceptionText>${message}</ExceptionText> </Exception> </ExceptionReport>""")
def __init__(self, detail=None, value=None, json=None, **kw): # type: (Optional[str], Optional[Any], Optional[JSON], **Any) -> None status = kw.pop("status", None) if isinstance(status, type) and issubclass(status, HTTPException): status = status().status elif isinstance(status, str): try: int(status.split()[0]) except Exception: raise ValueError("status specified as string must be of format '<code> <title>'") elif isinstance(status, HTTPException): status = status.status elif not status: status = HTTPOk().status locator = kw.get("locator") if isinstance(json, dict): detail = detail or json.get("detail") or json.get("description") locator = locator or json.get("locator") or json.get("name") if value: json.setdefault("value", value) self.code = str(kw.pop("code", self.code)) desc = str(detail or kw.pop("description", self.description)) if json is not None: kw.update({"json": json}) Response.__init__(self, status=status, **kw) Exception.__init__(self, detail) self.message = detail or self.description or getattr(self, "explanation", None) self.content_type = ContentType.APP_JSON if locator: self.locator = locator try: json_desc = self.json.get("description") if json_desc: desc = json_desc else: self.json["description"] = desc except Exception: # noqa: W0703 # nosec: B110 pass self.description = desc def __str__(self, skip_body=False): return self.message def __repr__(self): if self.message: return f"{type(self)}{self.message}" return str(type(self)) @staticmethod
[docs] def json_formatter(status, body, title, environ): # noqa # type: (str, str, str, SettingsType) -> JSON body = clean_json_text_body(body) # message/description code = int(status.split()[0]) # HTTP status code body = {"description": body, "code": title} # title is the string OGC 'code' if code >= 400: body["error"] = {"code": code, "status": status} return body
[docs] def prepare(self, environ): if not self.body: accept_value = environ.get("HTTP_ACCEPT", "") accept = create_accept_header(accept_value) # Attempt to match XML or JSON, if those don't match, we will fall back to defaulting to JSON # since browsers add HTML automatically and it is closer to XML, we 'allow' it only to catch this # explicit case and fallback to JSON manually match = accept.best_match([ContentType.TEXT_HTML, ContentType.APP_JSON, ContentType.TEXT_XML, ContentType.APP_XML], default_match=ContentType.APP_JSON) if match == ContentType.TEXT_HTML: match = ContentType.APP_JSON if match == ContentType.APP_JSON: self.content_type = ContentType.APP_JSON # json exception response should not have status 200 if self.status_code == HTTPOk.code: self.status = HTTPInternalServerError.code class JsonPageTemplate(object): def __init__(self, excobj): self.excobj = excobj def substitute(self, code, locator, message): status = self.excobj.status title = getattr(self.excobj, "code", None) data = self.excobj.json_formatter(status=status, body=message, title=title, environ=environ) data["exception"] = { "code": code or "", "locator": locator or "", "message": message or "", } return json_pkg.dumps(data) page_template = JsonPageTemplate(self) args = {"code": self.code, "locator": self.locator, "message": self.message} else: self.content_type = ContentType.TEXT_XML page_template = self.page_template args = { "code": self.code, "locator": self.locator, "message": self.message or "", } page = page_template.substitute(**args) if isinstance(page, str): page = page.encode(self.charset if self.charset else "UTF-8") self.app_iter = [page] self.body = page
[docs] def wsgi_response(self): # bw compat only return self
[docs] exception = wsgi_response # bw compat only
def __call__(self, environ, start_response): # differences from webob.exc.WSGIHTTPException # # - does not try to deal with HEAD requests # # - does not manufacture a new response object when generating # the default response # self.prepare(environ) return Response.__call__(self, environ, start_response)
[docs]class OWSAccessForbidden(OWSException):
[docs] code = "AccessForbidden"
[docs] locator = ""
[docs] explanation = "Access to this service is forbidden."
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): kwargs["status"] = HTTPForbidden super(OWSAccessForbidden, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
[docs]class OWSNotFound(OWSException):
[docs] code = "NotFound"
[docs] locator = ""
[docs] explanation = "Resource does not exist."
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): kwargs["status"] = HTTPNotFound super(OWSNotFound, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
[docs]class OWSGone(OWSException):
[docs] code = "ResourceGone"
[docs] locator = ""
[docs] explanation = "Resource is gone."
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): kwargs["status"] = HTTPGone super(OWSGone, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
[docs]class OWSNotAcceptable(OWSException):
[docs] code = "NotAcceptable"
[docs] locator = ""
[docs] explanation = "Cannot produce requested Accept format."
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): kwargs["status"] = HTTPNotAcceptable super(OWSNotAcceptable, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
[docs]class OWSNoApplicableCode(OWSException, NoApplicableCode): """ WPS Bad Request Exception. """
[docs] code = "NoApplicableCode"
[docs] locator = ""
[docs] explanation = "Undefined error"
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): kwargs["status"] = HTTPInternalServerError super(OWSNoApplicableCode, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) warnings.warn(self.message, UnsupportedOperationWarning)
[docs]class OWSMissingParameterValue(OWSException, MissingParameterValue): """ MissingParameterValue WPS Exception. """
[docs] code = "MissingParameterValue"
[docs] locator = ""
[docs] description = "Parameter value is missing"
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): kwargs["status"] = HTTPBadRequest super(OWSMissingParameterValue, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) warnings.warn(self.message, MissingParameterWarning)
[docs]class OWSInvalidParameterValue(OWSException, InvalidParameterValue): """ InvalidParameterValue WPS Exception. """
[docs] code = "InvalidParameterValue"
[docs] locator = ""
[docs] description = "Parameter value is not acceptable."
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): kwargs["status"] = HTTPBadRequest super(OWSInvalidParameterValue, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) warnings.warn(self.message, UnsupportedOperationWarning)
[docs]class OWSNotImplemented(OWSException):
[docs] code = "NotImplemented"
[docs] locator = ""
[docs] description = "Operation is not implemented."
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): kwargs["status"] = HTTPNotImplemented super(OWSNotImplemented, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) warnings.warn(self.message, UnsupportedOperationWarning)