[mod_python] WPS 1.0.0 problem with KVP

Graham Dumpleton graham.dumpleton at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 10:31:45 EDT 2008


Have you checked the HTTP RFC for GET URLs to see if what you are
supplying is valid GET URL?

Can you supply reference to part of RFC that indicates it is.

Will save me trying to track it down. :-)

Graham

2008/7/23 Jorge de Jesus <jorge.de-jesus at jrc.it>:
> Hi to all
>
> I am programming an OGC's Web Processing Service (WPS) 1.0.0 ,  and  this
> standard defines a KVP like this:
>
> http://foo.bar/foo?
>  request=Execute&
>  service=WPS&
>  version=1.0.0&
>  language=en-CA&
>  Identifier=Buffer&
>  [email protected]:href=http://foo.bar/foo;BufferDistance=10&
>  ResponseDocument=BufferedPolygon&
>  StoreExecuteResponse=true
>
>
> The DataInputs contains several inputs separated by ";" and attribute
> information separated by "@", in my case my Datainput is like this:
>
> DataInputs=Input1=100;Input2=200
>
> I then use util.FieldStorage(Request) to get the KVP but this class doesn't
> split the request by the & but associates the key-values with the  =, so in
> the end I will have a dictionary like this:
>
> {'DataInputs': [Field('DataInputs', 'Input1=10'0)], 'Input2':
> [Field('Input2', '200')]}
>
> Basically Input2=10 is recognizes as another KVP and not a value from
> DataInputs, I need something like this:
>
> {'DataInputs': [Field('DataInputs', 'Input1=10;Input2=200')]}
>
> I read the API documentation and I cant find a proper solution for the
> problem, maybe to use a filter with some regular expression that would
> change de = from the DataInput
>
> Any suggestions/help
>
> Thanks
> Jorge
>
>
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