Drop duplicated requests
Middleware for dropping duplicated requests
Just install, register the middleware and enjoy. You can adjust the timeout for duplicated requests on your settings.py file.
You need Django >= 1.9 for this to work. It may work on previous versions, but I haven’t tested it. I also tested with Django 2.0, but it may still break before it’s released.
pip install django-duprequests
Add the middleware to your MIDDLEWARE or MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES (depending on your Django version)
MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = [ (...) 'duprequests.middleware.DropDuplicatedRequests', (...) ]
Also on settings.py you can set up a few variables:
DUPLICATED_REQUESTS_CACHE_NAME - the name of the cache (default value is default) DUPLICATED_REQUESTS_CACHE_TIMEOUT - cache timeout (default value is 5; in seconds) DUPLICATED_REQUESTS_COOKIE_NAME - name of the cookie set on the user’s session (default value is dj-request-id) DUPLICATED_REQUESTS_COOKIE_PREFIX - cookie prefix, combined with a random UUID to set the response cookie (default value is request-id-)
Running the tests
The test suite runs outside of a django app (it simulates a very simple one). Just run tests.py and you’re golden.
Feel free to contribute to this project! Documentation is close to non-existant. Bug reports and enhancement requests can be submitted on https://github.com/CraveFood/django-duprequests/issues – Pull Requests are also welcome!
This project is licensed under the BSD License - see the LICENSE file for details
- The simple test suite was copied from project Django CORS Middleware by @zestedesavoir – https://github.com/zestedesavoir/django-cors-middleware
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