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Version: 3.2.0


The AggregateError() constructor creates an error for several errors that need to be wrapped in a single error.


new AggregateError(errors)
new AggregateError(errors, message)
new AggregateError(errors, message, options)

AggregateError(errors, message)
AggregateError(errors, message, options)

Note: AggregateError() can be called with or without new. Both create a new AggregateError instance.


  • errors
    • : An iterable of errors, may not actually be TypeError instances.
  • message optional
    • : An optional human-readable description of the aggregate error.
  • options optional
    • : An object that has the following properties:
      • cause optional
        • : A property indicating the specific cause of the error. When catching and re-throwing an error with a more-specific or useful error message, this property can be used to pass the original error.