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Module: Aws::IoT::Errors

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When AWS IoT returns an error response, the Ruby SDK constructs and raises an error. These errors have the following ancestors:

You can rescue all IoT errors using ServiceError:

# rescue all errors from AWS IoT
  # do stuff
rescue Aws::IoT::Errors::ServiceError
  # ...

Request Context

ServiceError objects have a #context method that returns information about the request that generated the error, including:

  • #params - The request params
  • #operation_name - Name of the API operation invoked
  • #http_request
  • #http_response
  • etc ...

See Seahorse::Client::RequestContext for more information.

Error Classes

You can rescue a specific error using the error code:

  # do stuff
rescue Aws::IoT::Errors::CertificateConflictException
  # ...

Some of the common errors are listed below:

Defined Under Namespace

Classes: CertificateConflictException, CertificateStateException, CertificateValidationException, ConflictingResourceUpdateException, DeleteConflictException, IndexNotReadyException, InternalException, InternalFailureException, InvalidAggregationException, InvalidQueryException, InvalidRequestException, InvalidResponseException, InvalidStateTransitionException, LimitExceededException, MalformedPolicyException, NotConfiguredException, RegistrationCodeValidationException, ResourceAlreadyExistsException, ResourceNotFoundException, ResourceRegistrationFailureException, ServiceError, ServiceUnavailableException, SqlParseException, TaskAlreadyExistsException, ThrottlingException, TransferAlreadyCompletedException, TransferConflictException, UnauthorizedException, VersionConflictException, VersionsLimitExceededException