Category : aiohttp

I think its pretty common to create a webserver that servers any file within a specific directory, and the aiohttp documentation does show a wildcard feature: app.add_routes([web.route(‘*’, ‘/path’, all_handler)]) but it doesn’t even give an example of how you’d load the file requested. It always shows instead something like: @routes.get(‘/’) async def hello(request): return web.Response(text="Hello, ..

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So I am POST’ing a file and a header using curl: curl -vvv -X POST -F "foo=bar" -F "[email protected]$my_file" http://my_service/push It says: … POST /push HTTP/1.1 … Content-Type: multipart/form-data; boundary=… We are completely uploaded and fine … And in the server code (which is on Python + aiohttp), I do the following: server = aiohttp.web.Application(client_max_size=2**N) ..

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I have some experience with aiohttp, and am using it to talk to an antiquated device listening on a specific port: data={"a":"valid dictionary"} auth = aiohttp.BasicAuth(login=’login’,password=’pas’, encoding=’utf-8′) async with aiohttp.ClientSession(auth=auth) as session: async with session.post("hhtps://public_ip:50000", data=data, ssl=False) as resp: await resp.text() logging.warning(resp.text()) await session.close() Is this a valid implementation of this library? I’m worried that ..

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I have added ‘cors_middleware’ but still get "has been blocked by CORS policy: No ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ header is present on the requested resource." error. #Code root_app = web.Application( middlewares=[ cors_middleware( allow_all=True, origins=’*’, # urls=[re.compile(r"^/api")], allow_credentials=True, expose_headers="*", allow_headers=’*’, allow_methods=["POST", "PATCH", ‘GET’,’OPTION’], ), ] ) #Error Access to XMLHttpRequest at ‘http://localhost:8000/api/v1/user/’ from origin ‘http://localhost:63342’ has been blocked by ..

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