[mod_python] pass variables between functions.

Nick nick at dd.revealed.net
Fri Feb 11 14:41:14 EST 2005

Well, essentially that *is* an external database.  I haven't used the one 
that comes with mod_python, but is it possible for all requests to use the 
same session ID so that they all see the same session, rather than one for 
each client?


donnie jones wrote:
> Ack... heh, I'd rather not go for that.  ;-)
> I wonder if I could store the variable in a session?
> In my actual application, the variable is a dictionary, do you think
> it would be
> fine to store a dictionary inside a session's dictionary?
> Thanks for everyone's help.  
> __
> Donnie
> On Fri, 11 Feb 2005 13:10:21 -0600, Nick <nick at dd.revealed.net> wrote:
>>I think your only recourse here is to lower the children to 1 and up the
>>number of threads (a la windows), or else use an external database to store
>>your variables.
>>donnie jones wrote:
>>>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>>From: donnie jones <donniejones18 at gmail.com>
>>>Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 14:02:48 -0500
>>>Subject: Re: [mod_python] pass variables between functions.
>>>To: Scott Sanders <sanders at apache.org>
>>>I believe I am having this problem because if I reload the x=x+1
>>>function many times, sometimes it will increment the value and
>>>sometimes it won't... so I assume it is depending upon which thread
>>>has loaded.
>>>Is there a way around this so that I have a consistent value between
>>>the functions?
>>>Thank you.

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