[mod_python] Vampire/mod_python determining type of argument - GET/POST

Graham Dumpleton grahamd at dscpl.com.au
Tue Nov 29 14:48:26 EST 2005

Regardless of whether Vampire is used or not, whether GET or POST is  
can be determined using "req.method". See request object  
documentation on
mod_python site.

On 30/11/2005, at 6:38 AM, Brandon N wrote:

> I've been wondering, when using Vampire/mod_python, how one  
> determines whether a form argument came over GET or POST.
> I'm using:
> self._args = vampire.processForm( req )
> to get the argument dictionary, and I'm not certain that there are  
> complementary functions or alternate ones to find this out.
> I ask because, as I understand it, the "rule" about GET not being  
> able to change state means I have to be wary of GETs for various  
> tasks (where a user might embed certain information in a link and  
> share it with unsuspecting others).
> Thanks in advance for any insight,
> Brandon
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