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Web2py URL Mapping

URL Mapping from the Book Chapter 4 – Dispatching. These are the basics there’s more detail in the book.

The URL    maps to:

The function f() in controller “” in application “a“.

  • If f is not present, web2py defaults to the index controller function.
  • If c is not present, web2py defaults to the controller.
  • If a is not present, web2py defaults to the init application.
  • If there is no init application, web2py tries to run the welcome application.
  • The extension .html is optional.
  • The extension .html is assumed as default.
  • The extension determines the extension of the view that renders the output of the controller function f().
  • The extension allows the same content to be served in multiple formats (html, xml, json, rss, etc.).

Web2py maps GET/POST requests of the form:

As before, to function f in controller “” in application a

and it stores the URL parameters in the requestvariable as follows:

    request.args = ['x', 'y', 'z']
    request.vars = {'p':1, 'q':2}
    request.application = 'a'
    request.controller = 'c'
    request.function = 'f'

    request.url = url of request
    request.ajax = False  #by default
    if request.ajax == True and wasInitiatedByAWeb2pyComponent:
        request.cid = componentName

OAuth UML Sequence Diagrams

Here’s two diagrams i found describing the OAuth Workflow.

The first is from dev.twitter due to @idangazit. I found the second on a Japanese website, I believe it is sourced at a VERY COOL website that lets you create UML Sequence Diagrams online,

Here is the First from dev.twitter due to @idangazit.

dev.twitter OAuth Workflow

Here’s the second from