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pylons.middleware – WSGI Middleware

Pylons’ WSGI middlewares

Module Contents

class pylons.middleware.StatusCodeRedirect(app, errors=(400, 401, 403, 404), path='/error/document')

Internally redirects a request based on status code

StatusCodeRedirect watches the response of the app it wraps. If the response is an error code in the errors sequence passed the request will be re-run with the path URL set to the path passed in.

This operation is non-recursive and the output of the second request will be used no matter what it is.

Should an application wish to bypass the error response (ie, to purposely return a 401), set environ['pylons.status_code_redirect'] = True in the application.

__init__(app, errors=(400, 401, 403, 404), path='/error/document')

Initialize the ErrorRedirect

errors
A sequence (list, tuple) of error code integers that should be caught.
path
The path to set for the next request down to the application.
pylons.middleware.ErrorHandler(app, global_conf, **errorware)

ErrorHandler Toggle

If debug is enabled, this function will return the app wrapped in the WebError EvalException middleware which displays interactive debugging sessions when a traceback occurs.

Otherwise, the app will be wrapped in the WebError ErrorMiddleware, and the errorware dict will be passed into it. The ErrorMiddleware handles sending an email to the address listed in the .ini file, under email_to.

Note

The errorware dictionary is constructed from the settings in the DEFAULT section of development.ini. the recognised keys and settings at initialization are:
  • error_email = conf.get(‘email_to’)
  • error_log = conf.get(‘error_log’, None)
  • smtp_server = conf.get(‘smtp_server’,’localhost’)
  • error_subject_prefix = conf.get(‘error_subject_prefix’, ‘WebApp Error: ‘)
  • from_address = conf.get(‘from_address’, conf.get(‘error_email_from’, 'pylons@yourapp.com‘))
  • error_message = conf.get(‘error_message’, ‘An internal server error occurred’)

Referenced classes

Pylons middleware uses WebError to effect the error-handling. The two classes implicated are: