Server-side HTTP sessions
Fast WSGI sessions. Zero dependencies. Python 3 ready.
import obsession application = obsession.SessionMiddleware(application)
# Customize all the options application = obsession.SessionMiddleware( application, id_persister=obsession.CookieIdPersistence(cookie_name='mysession', max_age=86400, path='/my-site', domain='mysite.example.org' secure=True), backend=obsession.FileBackend(directory='/tmp/session-store', prefix='session_') )
Your application will now have a session object available in environ['ob.session'].
The session object acts like a regular dictionary:
session = environ['ob.session'] session['foo'] = 'bar' session['bar'] = [1, 2, 3]
The session will be saved automatically whenever you mutate the session object itself - for example by assigning a new key, or reassigning an existing key. However if you change an already stored value then you should call session.save() to ensure your changes are saved.
There are some useful extra properties and methods:
# Persist the session to the backend session.save() # What's my session id? my_session_id = session.id # Cycle the session id. # This generates a new session id and invalidates the old one. session.cycle() # Load a session with a known id. # Useful if you need to pass the session through another service that # does not have access to the cookie. s = environ['ob.session'] s.load_id('my_session_id') # Delete the session. # This removes all data from the backend storage and deletes the client's # session cookie session.delete()
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