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Flask teardown_request vs after_request #432

orenmazor opened this issue Mar 12, 2019 · 1 comment

Flask teardown_request vs after_request #432

orenmazor opened this issue Mar 12, 2019 · 1 comment


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@orenmazor orenmazor commented Mar 12, 2019

I was reading through the code and this bit jumped out at me:

The flask documentation says that a teardown_request hook can be called even when no requests have been processed( This means that the pony integration will raise an error, as no db_session has been entered.

I think you should either:

  1. switch this code to use an after_request, or
  2. have the teardown request function not raise an error if a session doesn't exist.

I hit this flow because the Flask test_request_context will call the teardown function in tests even when no requests are called.

thoughts? I can adjust my currently open PR to reproduce this in #431

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@sashaaero sashaaero commented Mar 15, 2019

Hello, @orenmazor. Thanks for reporting and clarifying.
You are right, we should ignore cases when there is no db_session in requrest object.

@sashaaero sashaaero closed this in 5618cce Mar 31, 2019
kozlovsky added a commit that referenced this issue Apr 20, 2019
# Bugfixes

* Python3.7 and PyPy decompiling fixes
* Fix reading NULL from Optional nullable array column
* Fix handling of empty arrays in queries
* #415: error message typo
* #432: PonyFlask - request object can trigger teardown_request without real request
* Fix GROUP CONCAT separator for MySQL
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