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package com.amazonaws.transform;

import static com.amazonaws.util.XpathUtils.asString;
import static com.amazonaws.util.XpathUtils.xpath;

import javax.xml.xpath.XPath;

import org.w3c.dom.Node;

import com.amazonaws.AmazonServiceException;
import com.amazonaws.AmazonServiceException.ErrorType;
import com.amazonaws.annotation.SdkProtectedApi;

/**
 * Error unmarshaller that knows how to interpret a standard AWS error message
 * (i.e. where to find the AWS error code, the error message, etc.) and turn it
 * into an AmazonServiceException.
 *
 * @see LegacyErrorUnmarshaller
 */
@SdkProtectedApi
public class StandardErrorUnmarshaller extends AbstractErrorUnmarshaller<Node> {

    /**
     * Constructs a new unmarshaller that will unmarshall a standard AWS error
     * message as a generic AmazonServiceException object.
     */
    public StandardErrorUnmarshaller() {}

    /**
     * Constructor allowing subclasses to specify a specific type of
     * AmazonServiceException to instantiating when populating the exception
     * object with data from the error message.
     *
     * @param exceptionClass
     *            The class of AmazonServiceException to create and populate
     *            when unmarshalling the error message.
     */
    public StandardErrorUnmarshaller(Class<? extends AmazonServiceException> exceptionClass) {
        super(exceptionClass);
    }

    /**
     * @see com.amazonaws.transform.Unmarshaller#unmarshall(java.lang.Object)
     */
    public AmazonServiceException unmarshall(Node in) throws Exception {
        XPath xpath = xpath();
        String errorCode = parseErrorCode(in, xpath);
        String errorType = asString("ErrorResponse/Error/Type", in, xpath);
        String requestId = asString("ErrorResponse/RequestId", in, xpath);
        String message = asString("ErrorResponse/Error/Message", in, xpath);

        AmazonServiceException ase = newException(message);
        ase.setErrorCode(errorCode);
        ase.setRequestId(requestId);

        if (errorType == null) {
            ase.setErrorType(ErrorType.Unknown);
        } else if (errorType.equalsIgnoreCase("Receiver")) {
            ase.setErrorType(ErrorType.Service);
        } else if (errorType.equalsIgnoreCase("Sender")) {
            ase.setErrorType(ErrorType.Client);
        }

        return ase;
    }

    /**
     * Returns the AWS error code for the specified error response.
     *
     * @param in
     *            The DOM tree node containing the error response.
     *
     * @return The AWS error code contained in the specified error response.
     *
     * @throws Exception
     *             If any problems were encountered pulling out the AWS error
     *             code.
     */
    public String parseErrorCode(Node in) throws Exception {
        return asString("ErrorResponse/Error/Code", in);
    }

    public String parseErrorCode(Node in, XPath xpath) throws Exception {
        return asString("ErrorResponse/Error/Code", in, xpath);
    }

    /**
     * Returns the path to the specified property within an error response.
     *
     * @param property
     *            The name of the desired property.
     *
     * @return The path to the specified property within an error message.
     */
    public String getErrorPropertyPath(String property) {
        return "ErrorResponse/Error/" + property;
    }

}