[mod_python] MySQL Authencation

Michael Neel neel at mediapulse.com
Wed Oct 2 23:32:03 EST 2002

Hi All,

	I was wondering if anyone has done an SQL authencation module
for mod_python, not unlike mod_perl's Apache::DBI::Auth.  I'm looking
for MySQL, but I could work with any module and rewrite what is needed
to switch db's.  I'm also using apache 2.0 and mod_python 3, but I could
work from a 1.3 / 2.7 module.  I just don't want to start from scratch
if I don't need to.  I've tried to get mod_auth_mysql working under
apache 2, but that projects has more forks than the Sunday table so I'm
not quite sure where to ask install questions there.  Worst case I could
move to RedHat 8, which ships with apache 2, mod_python 3, and
mod_mysql_auth - but that seems like a lot of extra work to get SQL
authencation working!


Michael C. Neel
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