AggregateError

The AggregateError object represents an error when several errors need to be wrapped in a single error. It is thrown when multiple errors need to be reported by an operation, for example by Promise.any(), when all promises passed to it reject.

Constructor

AggregateError()
Creates a new AggregateError object.

Instance properties

AggregateError.prototype.message
Error message, defaults to "".
AggregateError.prototype.name
Error name, defaults to AggregateError.

Examples

Catching an AggregateError

Promise.any([
  Promise.reject(new Error("some error")),
]).catch(e => {
  console.log(e instanceof AggregateError); // true
  console.log(e.message);                   // "All Promises rejected"
  console.log(e.name);                      // "AggregateError"
  console.log(e.errors);                    // [ Error: "some error" ]
});

Creating an AggregateError

try {
  throw new AggregateError([
    new Error("some error"),
  ], 'Hello');
} catch (e) {
  console.log(e instanceof AggregateError); // true
  console.log(e.message);                   // "Hello"
  console.log(e.name);                      // "AggregateError"
  console.log(e.errors);                    // [ Error: "some error" ]
}

Specifications

Specification
ECMAScript Language Specification (ECMAScript)
# sec-aggregate-error-objects

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See also