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Module: Aws::States::Errors

Defined in:
gems/aws-sdk-states/lib/aws-sdk-states/errors.rb

Overview

When States returns an error response, the Ruby SDK constructs and raises an error. These errors all extend Aws::States::Errors::ServiceError < Errors::ServiceError

You can rescue all States errors using ServiceError:

begin
  # do stuff
rescue Aws::States::Errors::ServiceError
  # rescues all States API errors
end

Request Context

ServiceError objects have a #context method that returns information about the request that generated the error. See Seahorse::Client::RequestContext for more information.

Error Classes

Additionally, error classes are dynamically generated for service errors based on the error code if they are not defined above.

Defined Under Namespace

Classes: ActivityDoesNotExist, ActivityLimitExceeded, ActivityWorkerLimitExceeded, ExecutionAlreadyExists, ExecutionDoesNotExist, ExecutionLimitExceeded, InvalidArn, InvalidDefinition, InvalidExecutionInput, InvalidLoggingConfiguration, InvalidName, InvalidOutput, InvalidToken, InvalidTracingConfiguration, MissingRequiredParameter, ResourceNotFound, StateMachineAlreadyExists, StateMachineDeleting, StateMachineDoesNotExist, StateMachineLimitExceeded, StateMachineTypeNotSupported, TaskDoesNotExist, TaskTimedOut, TooManyTags