Source code for mlflow.exceptions

import json

from mlflow.protos.databricks_pb2 import (
    INTERNAL_ERROR,
    TEMPORARILY_UNAVAILABLE,
    ENDPOINT_NOT_FOUND,
    PERMISSION_DENIED,
    REQUEST_LIMIT_EXCEEDED,
    BAD_REQUEST,
    INVALID_PARAMETER_VALUE,
    RESOURCE_DOES_NOT_EXIST,
    INVALID_STATE,
    RESOURCE_ALREADY_EXISTS,
    ErrorCode,
)

ERROR_CODE_TO_HTTP_STATUS = {
    ErrorCode.Name(INTERNAL_ERROR): 500,
    ErrorCode.Name(INVALID_STATE): 500,
    ErrorCode.Name(TEMPORARILY_UNAVAILABLE): 503,
    ErrorCode.Name(REQUEST_LIMIT_EXCEEDED): 429,
    ErrorCode.Name(ENDPOINT_NOT_FOUND): 404,
    ErrorCode.Name(RESOURCE_DOES_NOT_EXIST): 404,
    ErrorCode.Name(PERMISSION_DENIED): 403,
    ErrorCode.Name(BAD_REQUEST): 400,
    ErrorCode.Name(RESOURCE_ALREADY_EXISTS): 400,
    ErrorCode.Name(INVALID_PARAMETER_VALUE): 400,
}


class MlflowException(Exception):
    """
    Generic exception thrown to surface failure information about external-facing operations.
    The error message associated with this exception may be exposed to clients in HTTP responses
    for debugging purposes. If the error text is sensitive, raise a generic `Exception` object
    instead.
    """

    def __init__(self, message, error_code=INTERNAL_ERROR, **kwargs):
        """
        :param message: The message describing the error that occured. This will be included in the
                        exception's serialized JSON representation.
        :param error_code: An appropriate error code for the error that occured; it will be included
                           in the exception's serialized JSON representation. This should be one of
                           the codes listed in the `mlflow.protos.databricks_pb2` proto.
        :param kwargs: Additional key-value pairs to include in the serialized JSON representation
                       of the MlflowException.
        """
        try:
            self.error_code = ErrorCode.Name(error_code)
        except (ValueError, TypeError):
            self.error_code = ErrorCode.Name(INTERNAL_ERROR)
        self.message = message
        self.json_kwargs = kwargs
        super().__init__(message)

    def serialize_as_json(self):
        exception_dict = {"error_code": self.error_code, "message": self.message}
        exception_dict.update(self.json_kwargs)
        return json.dumps(exception_dict)

    def get_http_status_code(self):
        return ERROR_CODE_TO_HTTP_STATUS.get(self.error_code, 500)


[docs]class RestException(MlflowException): """Exception thrown on non 200-level responses from the REST API""" def __init__(self, json): error_code = json.get("error_code", ErrorCode.Name(INTERNAL_ERROR)) message = "%s: %s" % ( error_code, json["message"] if "message" in json else "Response: " + str(json), ) super().__init__(message, error_code=ErrorCode.Value(error_code)) self.json = json
[docs]class ExecutionException(MlflowException): """Exception thrown when executing a project fails""" pass
[docs]class MissingConfigException(MlflowException): """Exception thrown when expected configuration file/directory not found""" pass