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Source code for google.appengine.ext.ndb.django_middleware

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"""Django middleware for NDB."""

__author__ = 'James A. Morrison'

from . import eventloop, tasklets

[docs]class NdbDjangoMiddleware(object): """Django middleware for NDB. To use NDB with django, add 'ndb.NdbDjangoMiddleware', to the MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES entry in your Django file. Or, if you are using the ndb version from the SDK, use 'google.appengine.ext.ndb.NdbDjangoMiddleware', It's best to insert it in front of any other middleware classes, since some other middleware may make datastore calls and those won't be handled properly if that middleware is invoked before this middleware. See """
[docs] def process_request(self, unused_request): """Called by Django before deciding which view to execute.""" # Compare to the first half of toplevel() in tasklets._state.clear_all_pending() # Create and install a new context. ctx = tasklets.make_default_context() tasklets.set_context(ctx)
@staticmethod def _finish(): # Compare to the finally clause in toplevel() in ctx = tasklets.get_context() tasklets.set_context(None) ctx.flush().check_success() # Ensure writes are flushed, etc.
[docs] def process_response(self, request, response): """Called by Django just before returning a response.""" self._finish() return response
[docs] def process_exception(self, unused_request, unused_exception): """Called by Django when a view raises an exception.""" self._finish() return None