[mod_python] Sessions

David Badawi davidbadawi at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 2 20:46:56 EDT 2005

How about 
from mod_python import Session
def handler(req)
    session["condiment"] = "chutney"
    return apache.OK
sorry if someone already responded the like.
you could use FieldStorage(req,true) is you're getting values from forms.

Graham Dumpleton <grahamd at dscpl.com.au> wrote:
Nathan Olberding wrote ..
> In whatever function:
> session = Session.Session(req)
> session["foo"] = "This is the foo string"
> session.save()
> Then, in the function that generates the next page:
> session = Session.Session(req)
> session.load()
> # Now, session["foo"] should equal "This is the foo string"


Presuming you mean these two bits of code are in handlers for
different request URLs, I believe the "load()" is actually redundant
as it is done in the constructor of the Session object.

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