Alzabo (version 0.64) - Alzabo::Exceptions
Alzabo::Exceptions - Creates all exception subclasses used in Alzabo.
Using this class creates all the exceptions classes used by Alzabo
Exception::Class class). If the
environment variable 'ALZABO_DEBUG' is true, then it will turn on
stacktrace generation for all the exception classes.
Exception::Class for more information on
how this is done.
This is the base class for all exceptions generated within Alzabo (all
exceptions should return true for
except those that are generated via internal Perl errors).
Base class for cache-related exceptions.
An attempt was made to operate on a row that had been deleted in the
cache. In this case there is no point in attempting further
operations on the row, as it is no longer in the database.
An attempt was made to operate on a row that had been expired in the
cache. The row will refresh itself before returning this exception so
it may be desirable to attempt the operation that caused this error
An error occured while accessing a database. See
Alzabo::Driver for more details.
An attempt to eval something returned an error.
Alzabo was asked to do something logically impossible, like retrieve
rows for a table without a primary key.
An attempt was made to fetch data from the database with a primary key
that does not actually exist in the specified table.
This exception is thrown when something completely unexpected happens
(think Monty Python).
This exception is thrown when there is a problem with the parameters
passed to a method or function. These problems can include missing
parameters, invalid values, etc.
A rule for the relevant RDBMS was violated (bad schema name, table
name, column attribute, etc.)
An insert/update/delete was attempted that would violate referential
An error thrown when there is an attempt to generate invalid SQL via
the Alzabo::SQLMaker module.
A error when trying to freeze, thaw, or clone an object using
Some sort of system call (file read/write, stat, etc.) failed.
A virtual method was called. This indicates that this method should
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