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Catching Gdata Exceptions - Zend_Gdata
The Zend_Gdata_App_Exception class is a base class for exceptions thrown by Zend_Gdata. You can catch any exception thrown by Zend_Gdata by catching Zend_Gdata_App_Exception.
The following exception subclasses are used by Zend_Gdata:
Zend_Gdata_App_AuthException indicates that the user's account credentials were not valid.
Zend_Gdata_App_BadMethodCallException indicates that a method was called for a service that does not support the method. For example, the CodeSearch service does not support post().
Zend_Gdata_App_HttpException indicates that an HTTP request was not successful. Provides the ability to get the full Zend_Http_Response object to determine the exact cause of the failure in cases where $e->getMessage() does not provide enough details.
Zend_Gdata_App_InvalidArgumentException is thrown when the application provides a value that is not valid in a given context. For example, specifying a Calendar visibility value of "banana", or fetching a Blogger feed without specifying any blog name.
is thrown when a ClientLogin attempt receives a
You can use these exception subclasses to handle specific exceptions differently. See the API documentation for information on which exception subclasses are thrown by which methods in Zend_Gdata.