9.5.9 Method MySQLCursor.fetchwarnings()

Syntax:

tuples = cursor.fetchwarnings()

This method returns a list of tuples containing warnings generated by the previously executed operation. To set whether to fetch warnings, use the connection's get_warnings property.

The following example shows a SELECT statement that generates a warning:

>>> cnx.get_warnings = True
>>> cursor.execute("SELECT 'a'+1")
>>> cursor.fetchall()
[(1.0,)]
>>> cursor.fetchwarnings()
[(u'Warning', 1292, u"Truncated incorrect DOUBLE value: 'a'")]

When warnings are generated, it is possible to raise errors instead, using the connection's raise_on_warnings property.