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Am 16.07.2010 17:33, schrieb email@example.com:
You can override `Request.gotLength` to inspect the request and select an appropriate destination for the request body.
You can convince Site to use your custom request by setting it as the `requestFactory` attribute.
thanks for your reply. In meantime I tried cherrypy, which does its job very good but has some flaws compared to my twisted applications when it comes to performance and resource usage. So I'm still interested in solving my problem by using twisted. The problem is as follows: The file which shall be uploaded is sent via a HTML form (encoded as multipart/form-data), and I'd like to use Python's FieldStorage to parse the request body because it handles the file matters very well. You can tell cherrypy, that for a certain request uri cherrypy should not parse the request body but instead pass it on unparsed to the handler method. Is there a simple way of configuring twisted.web in this way to? So that e.g. if request uri /do-upload-form is issued, twisted.web does not try to parse the request body on its own and generate the args dict to pass on to the render_POST method, but instead uses FieldStorage (or better: my own subclass of FieldStorage, which employs a NamedTempFile instead of an anonymous tempfile, which allows me to simply rename it after it has passed some sanity checks) for parsing the body?
Thanks for your reply, Julian