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Exceptions

This set of exceptions were introduced to describe the situations a bit more than just the ValueError usually raised.

SocialAuthBaseException

Base class for all social auth exceptions.

AuthException

Base exception class for authentication process errors.

AuthFailed

Authentication failed for some reason.

AuthCanceled

Authentication was canceled by the user.

AuthUnknownError

An unknown error stoped the authentication process.

AuthTokenError

Unauthorized or access token error, it was invalid, impossible to authenticate or user removed permissions to it.

AuthMissingParameter

A needed parameter to continue the process was missing, usually raised by the services that need some POST data like myOpenID.

AuthAlreadyAssociated

A different user has already associated the social account that the current user is trying to associate.

WrongBackend

Raised when the backend given in the URLs is invalid (not enabled or registered).

NotAllowedToDisconnect

Raised on disconnect action when it’s not safe for the user to disconnect the social account, probably because the user lacks a password or another social account.

AuthStateMissing

The state parameter is missing from the server response.

AuthStateForbidden

The state parameter returned by the server is not the one sent.

AuthTokenRevoked

Raised when the user revoked the access_token in the provider.

AuthUnreachableProvider

Raised when server couldn’t communicate with backend.

These are a subclass of ValueError to keep backward compatibility.

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