Mod_python, jsonrpc and sessions

Discussion in 'Python' started by p3dda.adam@googlemail.com, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. Guest

    Hi,

    I've got a python web-application being served by apache via
    mod_python, in which the users sessions are tracked via the mod_python
    Session module.
    Some of websites generated contain a java-script function which starts
    a jsonrpc call to the same server and gets further data or stores
    something to a database (AJAX). The server-sided jsonrpc functions are
    written in python as ServiceMethods.

    As I need to identify the user issuing the rpc call, I'm wondering if
    there is any possibility to access the session created by the
    previosly called mod_python Handler-method. In mod_python it is
    accessed using the mod_python request object, but in the rpc
    servicemethod I don't have such an object. So how can I track the rpc
    caller?

    Any ideas and hints appreciated.
    Peter
    , Jan 14, 2009
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