[Twisted-Python] usage of sessions in twisted.web?
tv at twistedmatrix.com
Sat Dec 21 15:54:06 EST 2002
On Sat, Dec 21, 2002 at 07:11:11AM -0600, Glyph Lefkowitz wrote:
> I'm thinking of making some pretty substantial changes to the way that Twisted
> deals with Sessions, as part of re-writing twisted.web.guard to work with
> Internally there are very few places where it's called (mostly in
> twisted.web.guard, which is exactly what I'm looking to get rid of ...) and it
> is a very naive, error-prone implementation.
> I'm just wondering how many of you out there are using sessions currently, and
> in what capacity, to see what upgrade path, if any, I should provide.
Ldaptor uses HTTP sessions for all everything else but
read-only operations. A connection to the LDAP server is
actually stored into the HTTP session data. One specific
requirement is the ability to expire the HTTP session and
ask for reauthentication when the LDAP server connection
All in all, I suggest reading ldaptor sources, if you have
time and can suppress the vomiting reflex -- there are parts
that make me sick, too. But in general it's starting to shape
PS. Losing POST form input due to missing authentication
sucks. If you can find a clean way around that, I would
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