[mod_python] Application session

Graham Dumpleton grahamd at dscpl.com.au
Fri Jan 5 19:38:14 EST 2007

For starters read:


You might then perhaps explain better what you are talking about.

In short, any module that is imported within the context of a Python
interpreter instance is usable by any handler executing within that
Python interpreter instance in that process. This is totally  
unrelated to
user sessions created as a result of some form based/login mechanism.

What isn't clear is whether when you say 'sessions' you are talking
about user sessions or merely concurrent executing request handlers.


On 05/01/2007, at 8:53 PM, Michael Rasmussen wrote:

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> Hi all,
> I have got that impression that installing modules/packages at
> application level*) is not possible. I wonder if modules loaded from
> one session is accessible from other concurrent sessions?
> Is there a way to have modules loaded which is accessible for all
> running sessions?
> *) when I refer to application level I compare it to the feature from
> JSP/Servlets/Beans from Java
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