flask.signals got_request_exception Example Code

got_request_exception is a signal defined in the Flask project's flask.signals module that interrupts the WSGI flow when there is an issue with the HTTP request. It can also be thrown by your own view functions if there is an error and you want to raise it via a signal.

Namespace is another callable from the flask.signals package with code examples.

Example 1 from flask-restx

Flask RESTX is an extension that makes it easier to build RESTful APIs into your applications. Flask RESTX aims for minimal configuration to get basic APIs running for existing applications and it exposes endpoint documentation using Swagger.

Flask RESTX is provided as open source under the BSD 3-Clause license.

flask-restx / flask_restx / api.py

# api.py
from __future__ import unicode_literals

import difflib
import inspect
from itertools import chain
import logging
import operator
import re
import six
import sys
import warnings

from collections import OrderedDict
from functools import wraps, partial
from types import MethodType

from flask import url_for, request, current_app
from flask import make_response as original_flask_make_response
from flask.helpers import _endpoint_from_view_func
from flask.signals import got_request_exception

from jsonschema import RefResolver

from werkzeug.utils import cached_property
from werkzeug.datastructures import Headers
from werkzeug.exceptions import (
    HTTPException,
    MethodNotAllowed,
    NotFound,
    NotAcceptable,
    InternalServerError,
)
from werkzeug.wrappers import BaseResponse

from . import apidoc
from .mask import ParseError, MaskError
from .namespace import Namespace
from .postman import PostmanCollectionV1
from .resource import Resource
from .swagger import Swagger
from .utils import default_id, camel_to_dash, unpack
from .representations import output_json
from ._http import HTTPStatus



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        except MethodNotAllowed as e:
            valid_route_method = e.valid_methods[0]
            rule, _ = adapter.match(method=valid_route_method, return_rule=True)
            return self.owns_endpoint(rule.endpoint)
        except NotFound:
            return self.catch_all_404s
        except Exception:
            pass

    def _has_fr_route(self):
        if self._should_use_fr_error_handler():
            return True
        if not request.url_rule:
            return False
        return self.owns_endpoint(request.url_rule.endpoint)

    def error_router(self, original_handler, e):
        if self._has_fr_route():
            try:
                return self.handle_error(e)
            except Exception as f:
                return original_handler(f)
        return original_handler(e)

    def handle_error(self, e):
        got_request_exception.send(current_app._get_current_object(), exception=e)

        if (
            not isinstance(e, HTTPException)
            and current_app.propagate_exceptions
            and not isinstance(e, tuple(self.error_handlers.keys()))
        ):

            exc_type, exc_value, tb = sys.exc_info()
            if exc_value is e:
                raise
            else:
                raise e

        include_message_in_response = current_app.config.get(
            "ERROR_INCLUDE_MESSAGE", True
        )
        default_data = {}

        headers = Headers()

        for typecheck, handler in six.iteritems(self._own_and_child_error_handlers):
            if isinstance(e, typecheck):
                result = handler(e)
                default_data, code, headers = unpack(


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