I couldn’t find out python equivalent to PHP $_SERVER.
Is there any? Or, what are the methods to bring equivalent results?
Thanks in advance.
Using mod_wsgi, which I would recommend over mod_python (long story but trust me) … Your application is passed an environment variable such as:
def application(environ, start_response): ...
And the environment contains typical elements from $_SERVER in PHP
... environ['REQUEST_URI']; ...
And so on.
The real correct answer is use something like Flask
You don’t state it explicitly, but I assume you are using
mod_python? If so, (and if you don’t want to use
mod_wsgi instead as suggested earlier) take a look at the documentation for the request object. It contains most of the attributes you’d find in
An example, to get the full URI of the request, you’d do this:
def yourHandler(req): querystring=req.parsed_uri[apache.URI_QUERY]
The querystring attribute will now contain the request’s querystring, that is, the part after the ‘?’. (So, for
http://www.example.com/index?this=test, querystring would be