Ok, I thought that It was possible to recover an error code or something like that. 

Thank you for your help. 

2013/9/12 Oleg Broytman <phd@phdru.name>
On Thu, Sep 12, 2013 at 03:33:36PM -0300, Francisco Chiotta <franchiotta@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you, but I need to distinguish the errors in the except statement,
> something like that:
> try:
>      connection = connectionForURI('postgres://'+user+':'+password+'@
> '+host+'/'+database?debug=True)
>      sqlhub.processConnection = connection
>      connection.query("SELECT 1")
> except OperationalError, e:
>      if (user or password are incorrect):
>          show a message
>      elif (the server is not working):
>          to do another thing
>      ...
> How can I ask the OperationalError object 'e' to do that?

   I don't think database drivers provide such information. You can try
to parse the error message, but they are very database- and

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