[Flask] simple query testing of forms in Flask
vladimirbright at gmail.com
Thu Feb 1 13:39:23 EST 2018
take a look at https://docs.sentry.io/clients/python/integrations/flask/ .
It's rock solid service for tracking 500 responses from python web
applications. I think you will easily detect queries that breaks your app.
On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 7:32 PM, Piotr Grabowski <kajocina at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have a Flask application that is visualizing data based on queries that
> users make in a text form on the website. There is only a finite number of
> queries that can be made (~15.000). However, for technical reasons some
> queries sometimes fail, e.g. when a user misspells a query.
> In most cases everything is handled well but I do occasionally see some
> fringe cases that break the app and the users get a white screen.
> My question: is there some simple solution that could help me iterate over
> the list of possible queries (that I have) to check if they ever break the
> app? I can imagine that a bash script could do this and just list all cases
> which didn't return 200/OK from the server, but maybe there is a nicer way
> to do it?
> I already looked at http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/0.12/testing/ but have no
> experience with this and need some quick fix before I learn how to write
> proper Flask unit tests...
> I'll be thankful for any tips!
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Если есть трудное дело, поручите его лентяю: он найдет более легкое решение.
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