David.Bear at asu.edu
Wed May 24 16:26:47 EDT 2006
I'm trying to understand sessioning better. Here is a scenario: I have a publisher script called py.py. publisher is set as the handler for directory. Using py.py as a dispatcher for url named modules we have functions in py.py psp pages served by function index main.psp register register.psp regpage2 regp2.psp final final.psp A session object is instantiated in py.py. I assume I can pass the session object via the vars name to the psp template correct? using http://myserver/py.py the index function serves main.psp. using http://myserver/py.py/register the register.psp code is 'rendered'/'evaluated' and sent to the client. Now, the question: As the user proceeds from main.psp to register.psp to regp2.psp and so on, how to modpython know not to create a new session object for each visit? Put another way, how would the regp2.psp page 'know' of the session object created when the user first visited the main.psp page? -- David Bear phone: 480-965-8257 fax: 480-965-9189 College of Public Programs/ASU Wilson Hall 232 Tempe, AZ 85287-0803 "Beware the IP portfolio, everyone will be suspect of trespassing"