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HTTP exceptions

Last updated: Fri, 29 May 2020 14:19

HttpException class allow you to throw specific exception from context. You can so define an HTTP status code and message.

By default, if an exception is throw, the framework generate an InternalServerErrorHttpException exception with the main exception in previous. If you throw an HttpException, the framework do not generate this exception and use yours, and the defined status code and message.

Main exception

\Berlioz\HttpCore\Exception\HttpException is the main exception used by the framework to generate errors to the user.

Children HTTP exceptions

For the most common HTTP exceptions, some class are already define in the namespace \Berlioz\HttpCore\Exception\Http:

  • BadRequestHttpException: 400 Bad Request
  • ConflictHttpException: 409 Conflict
  • ForbiddenHttpException: 403 Forbidden
  • InternalServerErrorHttpException: 500 Internal Server Error
  • NotFoundHttpException: 404 Not Found
  • NotImplementedHttpException: 501 Not Implemented
  • ServiceUnavailableHttpException: 503 Service Unavailable
  • UnauthorizedHttpException: 401 Unauthorized