[reportlab-users] reportlab and modpython
Mon, 23 Feb 2004 17:25:00 +0200
We have previously run reportlab under mod_python without any
significant problems ... however we are not currently doing it as we
changed our reporting strategy...
just wanted to let you know it has been done successfully before
Hector Sanchez SanMartin wrote:
> Hello all,
> First of all, I would like to thank you for your quick reply. I
> have to apologise not to have replied before but I wasn't subscirbed
> to the list and as you didn't reply to me directly I didn't realise
> your replies till now.
> About webware, thanks a lot for the info; I already know it and
> it seems to be quite a good app server but our trouble is that all our
> developement is already done under mod_python and for the moment we
> are not planning to change it.
> About mod_python, it is an Apache module which keeps the python
> interpreter loaded into Apache so the performance is great. More info
> and downloads about it can be found at <http://www.modpython.org/>. We
> are trying now to write a simple case where reportlab and mod_python
> are colliding (at the moment the examples we have are quite coupled
> with our developement) so it's easier for you to understand where the
> problem comes from. I'll post it as soon as possible.
> Thanks again
> Andy Robinson wrote:
>> That's really useful documentation, thanks very much!
>> If anyone can post something similar for mod_python
>> that would be great...
>> - Andy Robinson
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>>>> We have done some tests and we are now having strange behaviour of
>>> This does not answer your question, but I just want to point to an
>>> alternative to mod_python called "Webware for Python"
>>> (http://webware.sourceforge.net). I am using the combination
>>> Apache/Webware/Reportlab/PostgreSQL and found they are playing
>>> together very
>>> well. Webware is communicating with Apache using the WebKit adapter.
>>> Communication between Webware and ReportLab is documented here:
>> Christoph Zwerschke
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