errors – Exceptions raised by the pymongo package

Exceptions raised by PyMongo.

exception pymongo.errors.AutoReconnect

Raised when a connection to the database is lost and an attempt to auto-reconnect will be made.

In order to auto-reconnect you must handle this exception, recognizing that the operation which caused it has not necessarily succeeded. Future operations will attempt to open a new connection to the database (and will continue to raise this exception until the first successful connection is made).

exception pymongo.errors.CollectionInvalid

Raised when collection validation fails.

exception pymongo.errors.ConfigurationError

Raised when something is incorrectly configured.

exception pymongo.errors.ConnectionFailure

Raised when a connection to the database cannot be made or is lost.

exception pymongo.errors.DuplicateKeyError(error, code=None)

Raised when a safe insert or update fails due to a duplicate key error.


Requires server version >= 1.3.0

New in version 1.4.

exception pymongo.errors.InvalidName

Raised when an invalid name is used.

exception pymongo.errors.InvalidOperation

Raised when a client attempts to perform an invalid operation.

exception pymongo.errors.InvalidURI

Raised when trying to parse an invalid mongodb URI.

New in version 1.5.

exception pymongo.errors.OperationFailure(error, code=None)

Raised when a database operation fails.

New in version 1.8: The code attribute.

exception pymongo.errors.PyMongoError

Base class for all PyMongo exceptions.

New in version 1.4.

exception pymongo.errors.TimeoutError(error, code=None)

Raised when a database operation times out.

New in version 1.8.

exception pymongo.errors.UnsupportedOption

Exception for unsupported options.

New in version 2.0.

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