[BangPypers] Can two django projects be made to communicate to each other
scorpion032 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 1 12:46:48 CET 2010
If I understand what you are saying,
You have 2 different projects in django, (in different repos) and you don't
want to have user logged in, in each site.
The *simplest* way to solve this is to configure the django.contrib.auth of
both the projects to use the same database. - And yes, it is a goddamn
database. Any number of separate projects can open connections to it.
Details about using multiple databases in projects can be found in the
you will need to define the routers and for this case, the router is just a
lambda that gives the user database if the app is django.contrib.auth.
On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 11:40 AM, Anubha Dadhich <sethi.anubha at gmail.com>wrote:
> Can two django projects be made to communicate with each other and share
> the same session, user_authentication etc., either at the application level
> or at the production server level (say apache)
> Explaining it further -
> Say there are two django projects, with different settings file, but
> the same database, can they be made to run on the same port?
> Or else, say one project is running on port aaaa and the other project is
> running on port yyyy, can apache be configured in such a way that the user
> does not come to know about the switch in port when a request is sent from
> the url.
> i.e. say there are two requests
> i). www.test.com:aaaa/account/login -- project1
> ii). www.test.com:yyyy/profile -- project2
> can there be any configuration setting so that the user does not have to
> provide the port number explicitly to tell apache that the two requests are
> actually to two different projects and can simply send the request as
> i) www.test.com/account/login -- project1
> ii) www.test.com/profile -- project2
> Just wanted to confirm if such a setting is possible or not. If yes, then
> plz provide some information on how to achieve this.
> Anubha Dadhich
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