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package awserr
import (
"encoding/hex"
"fmt"
)
// SprintError returns a string of the formatted error code.
//
// Both extra and origErr are optional. If they are included their lines
// will be added, but if they are not included their lines will be ignored.
func SprintError(code, message, extra string, origErr error) string {
msg := fmt.Sprintf("%s: %s", code, message)
if extra != "" {
msg = fmt.Sprintf("%s\n\t%s", msg, extra)
}
if origErr != nil {
msg = fmt.Sprintf("%s\ncaused by: %s", msg, origErr.Error())
}
return msg
}
// A baseError wraps the code and message which defines an error. It also
// can be used to wrap an original error object.
//
// Should be used as the root for errors satisfying the awserr.Error. Also
// for any error which does not fit into a specific error wrapper type.
type baseError struct {
// Classification of error
code string
// Detailed information about error
message string
// Optional original error this error is based off of. Allows building
// chained errors.
errs []error
}
// newBaseError returns an error object for the code, message, and errors.
//
// code is a short no whitespace phrase depicting the classification of
// the error that is being created.
//
// message is the free flow string containing detailed information about the
// error.
//
// origErrs is the error objects which will be nested under the new errors to
// be returned.
func newBaseError(code, message string, origErrs []error) *baseError {
b := &baseError{
code: code,
message: message,
errs: origErrs,
}
return b
}
// Error returns the string representation of the error.
//
// See ErrorWithExtra for formatting.
//
// Satisfies the error interface.
func (b baseError) Error() string {
size := len(b.errs)
if size > 0 {
return SprintError(b.code, b.message, "", errorList(b.errs))
}
return SprintError(b.code, b.message, "", nil)
}
// String returns the string representation of the error.
// Alias for Error to satisfy the stringer interface.
func (b baseError) String() string {
return b.Error()
}
// Code returns the short phrase depicting the classification of the error.
func (b baseError) Code() string {
return b.code
}
// Message returns the error details message.
func (b baseError) Message() string {
return b.message
}
// OrigErr returns the original error if one was set. Nil is returned if no
// error was set. This only returns the first element in the list. If the full
// list is needed, use BatchedErrors.
func (b baseError) OrigErr() error {
switch len(b.errs) {
case 0:
return nil
case 1:
return b.errs[0]
default:
if err, ok := b.errs[0].(Error); ok {
return NewBatchError(err.Code(), err.Message(), b.errs[1:])
}
return NewBatchError("BatchedErrors",
"multiple errors occurred", b.errs)
}
}
// OrigErrs returns the original errors if one was set. An empty slice is
// returned if no error was set.
func (b baseError) OrigErrs() []error {
return b.errs
}
// So that the Error interface type can be included as an anonymous field
// in the requestError struct and not conflict with the error.Error() method.
type awsError Error
// A requestError wraps a request or service error.
//
// Composed of baseError for code, message, and original error.
type requestError struct {
awsError
statusCode int
requestID string
bytes []byte
}
// newRequestError returns a wrapped error with additional information for
// request status code, and service requestID.
//
// Should be used to wrap all request which involve service requests. Even if
// the request failed without a service response, but had an HTTP status code
// that may be meaningful.
//
// Also wraps original errors via the baseError.
func newRequestError(err Error, statusCode int, requestID string) *requestError {
return &requestError{
awsError: err,
statusCode: statusCode,
requestID: requestID,
}
}
// Error returns the string representation of the error.
// Satisfies the error interface.
func (r requestError) Error() string {
extra := fmt.Sprintf("status code: %d, request id: %s",
r.statusCode, r.requestID)
return SprintError(r.Code(), r.Message(), extra, r.OrigErr())
}
// String returns the string representation of the error.
// Alias for Error to satisfy the stringer interface.
func (r requestError) String() string {
return r.Error()
}
// StatusCode returns the wrapped status code for the error
func (r requestError) StatusCode() int {
return r.statusCode
}
// RequestID returns the wrapped requestID
func (r requestError) RequestID() string {
return r.requestID
}
// OrigErrs returns the original errors if one was set. An empty slice is
// returned if no error was set.
func (r requestError) OrigErrs() []error {
if b, ok := r.awsError.(BatchedErrors); ok {
return b.OrigErrs()
}
return []error{r.OrigErr()}
}
type unmarshalError struct {
awsError
bytes []byte
}
// Error returns the string representation of the error.
// Satisfies the error interface.
func (e unmarshalError) Error() string {
extra := hex.Dump(e.bytes)
return SprintError(e.Code(), e.Message(), extra, e.OrigErr())
}
// String returns the string representation of the error.
// Alias for Error to satisfy the stringer interface.
func (e unmarshalError) String() string {
return e.Error()
}
// Bytes returns the bytes that failed to unmarshal.
func (e unmarshalError) Bytes() []byte {
return e.bytes
}
// An error list that satisfies the golang interface
type errorList []error
// Error returns the string representation of the error.
//
// Satisfies the error interface.
func (e errorList) Error() string {
msg := ""
// How do we want to handle the array size being zero
if size := len(e); size > 0 {
for i := 0; i < size; i++ {
msg += fmt.Sprintf("%s", e[i].Error())
// We check the next index to see if it is within the slice.
// If it is, then we append a newline. We do this, because unit tests
// could be broken with the additional '\n'
if i+1 < size {
msg += "\n"
}
}
}
return msg
}
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