How can i do python form post request?
t at jollybox.de
Tue Jul 3 14:58:11 CEST 2012
On 07/03/2012 02:32 PM, gmspro wrote:
>>First, you need to tell the web server to execute your Python script.
> What you do next depends on how you've done that.
>>The simplest way is probably to pub p.py in your cgi-bin directory. This
> could be in /var/www/cgi-bin or elsewhere, like /usr/lib/cgi-bin. You
> may need to enable CGI, check the relevant documentation (or with the
>>When you've made sure the script is executed as a CGI script, you can
> use the cgi module to get all the information you need.
>>A better way to write web applications in Python is with WSGI. You can
> run WSGI scripts in a number of ways, including CGI and other, more
> efficient ways that integrate with the web server. Maybe somebody else
> knows of a good tutorial on WSGI that they'll link here, otherwise, I'm
> sure Google is your friend.
> I don't want to use CGI, i followed this example, this works fine,
> But the html is embeded there. But i want html form as a seperate file.
> How can i do it?
That makes absolutely no difference. Have you been able to run that
example script? They're using wsgi.simple_server, of course, but you
could start by removing that part and configuring mod_wsgi to run your
WSGI script. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=833766 could be
helpful, search the web for howtos on mod_wsgi to get started.
Once you have your web server running the WSGI code, the rest should be
> <form action="p.py" method="post">
> <input type="text" id="id_text" name="name_text" />
> <input type="submit" id="id_submit" name="name_submit" />
> Typing text when i click the submit button, browser prompts me to
> download the p.py file.
> That's not what i want. I want to execute the p.py file after click. Is
> it possible in WSGI.
> I have installed: libapache2-mod-wsgi
> Any answer will be highly appreciate.
> Thanks in advanced.
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