[mod_python] Conditional handlers?

Joao S. O. Bueno gwidion at mpc.com.br
Mon Feb 2 18:21:34 EST 2004

Michael C. Neel escreveu:
> You can return apache.DECLINED, which tells apache your handler declines
> processing this request and to go onto the next.
> In the case of an AuthenHandler, I would just simply check the request
> type and if a POST check the user, otherwise return an apache.OK
> These are for straight handlers, I do not know if these work in the
> publisher handler - I've never used it.
> Mike

Actually, you can have an starigfht handler for authentication and the 
publisher for the main section. I am using it this way.
LAs, I also have conditional handlers on the very same app. - I use
  req.add_handler ("PythonHandler","mod_python.publisher")
therefore, the actuall application is reached only if authencation 
suceeds, else, it is directed to a dummy handler.

>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Jesse Lawrence [mailto:lawrence_jesse at yahoo.ca] 
>>Sent: Monday, February 02, 2004 2:28 PM
>>To: mod_python at modpython.org
>>Subject: [mod_python] Conditional handlers?
>>Hello everyone,
>>Is there a way of doing conditional handlers, for
>>instance, using the PythonAuthenHandler only if the
>>request uses the HTTP POST method?
>>Jesse Lawrence
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