[Seaside] Let me see if I understand correctly...(more DB pool,
rbb at techgame.net
Tue Feb 28 22:41:21 UTC 2006
This shows exactly what avi is talking about, and there is a link to
the #handleRequest: on the page.
On Feb 28, 2006, at 12:25 AM, Todd Blanchard wrote:
> Is this documented anywhere (example even)? I could totally use
> this, just need to know what to short circuit to avoid session
> On Feb 27, 2006, at 6:01 PM, Avi Bryant wrote:
>> On Feb 27, 2006, at 5:54 PM, Julian Fitzell wrote:
>>> Just as a bit of history, there is a WAApplication class and
>>> there used to be UI for specifying a subclass to use for each
>>> entry point. But nobody ever used it. Everything was either
>>> session specific (session instance side) or specific to all
>>> applications that used one session subclass (class side of
>>> session) or shared across several "applications", in which case
>>> having other globals (whether they be singletons, classes, or
>>> whatever) made the most sense.
>>> I believe you can still technically subclass WAApplication and
>>> programatically create an entry point with something like:
>>> WADispatcher default registerEntryPoint: (MyApplicationSubclass
>>> new) at: 'foo'
>> You can do this from the config UI too - note that there's a
>> select box when you create a new entry point that's almost always
>> left at "Seaside Application", but other options are possible
>> too. If you override #description on the class side of your
>> application subclass, you'll be able to choose it from that list.
>> I use this for WAEntryPoint subclasses that aren't applications at
>> all (and don't create sessions, but act more like straight
>> servlets), on the rare occasions I need that (example: a REST API).
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