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Hi,
the typical usage of SimpleXMLRPCSer ver registers some
class with the server instance and then jumps into a
serve-forever loop, e.g.

server = SimpleXMLRPCSer ver(('', 8000))
server.register _instance(MyCla ss())
server.serve_fo rever()

is there a way to process actions other than XML-RPC
requests using SimpleXMLRPCSer ver? Is is possible to do
something like

server = SimpleXMLRPCSer ver(('', 8000))
server.register _instance(MyCla ss())
while(1)
if(checkSomeCon didion()):
server.serve_on ce()
else: server.stop()

thanks,
max
Jul 18 '05 #1
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Maxim> is there a way to process actions other than XML-RPC requests
Maxim> using SimpleXMLRPCSer ver? Is is possible to do something like

Maxim> server = SimpleXMLRPCSer ver(('', 8000))
Maxim> server.register _instance(MyCla ss())
Maxim> while(1)
Maxim> if(checkSomeCon didion()):
Maxim> server.serve_on ce()
Maxim> else: server.stop()

You should be able to override the serve_forever() method.

Skip

Jul 18 '05 #2
Here is an example of a server which runs as long as self.running
is set:

class SimpleXMLRPCSer ver_with_stop(S impleXMLRPCServ er.SimpleXMLRPC Server):

def __init__(self, *args, **kwds):
self.running = True
SimpleXMLRPCSer ver.SimpleXMLRP CServer.__init_ _(self, *args, **kwds)

def serve_while_run ning_is_set(sel f):
"""Server while running is set."""
while self.running:
self.handle_req uest()

Skip Montanaro wrote:
Maxim> is there a way to process actions other than XML-RPC requests
Maxim> using SimpleXMLRPCSer ver? Is is possible to do something like

Maxim> server = SimpleXMLRPCSer ver(('', 8000))
Maxim> server.register _instance(MyCla ss())
Maxim> while(1)
Maxim> if(checkSomeCon didion()):
Maxim> server.serve_on ce()
Maxim> else: server.stop()

You should be able to override the serve_forever() method.

Skip


Jul 18 '05 #3
Bernhard Mulder wrote:
Here is an example of a server which runs as long as self.running
is set:

class SimpleXMLRPCSer ver_with_stop(S impleXMLRPCServ er.SimpleXMLRPC Server):

def __init__(self, *args, **kwds):
self.running = True
SimpleXMLRPCSer ver.SimpleXMLRP CServer.__init_ _(self, *args, **kwds)

def serve_while_run ning_is_set(sel f):
"""Server while running is set."""
while self.running:
self.handle_req uest()

So putting it in my original terms this would be:

server = SimpleXMLRPCSer ver(('', 8000))
server.register _instance(MyCla ss())
while(1)
if(checkSomeCon didion()):
server.handle_r equest()
else: server.stop()

?
thanks.
Jul 18 '05 #4

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