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Very simple sample code of tornado and mongodb
from datetime import datetime
from pymongo.connection import Connection
import tornado.httpserver
import tornado.ioloop
import tornado.options
import tornado.web
from tornado.options import define, options
define("port", default=8888, help="run on the given port", type=int)
class Application(tornado.web.Application):
def __init__(self):
handlers = [
(r"/", MainHandler),
]
settings = dict(
autoescape=None,
)
tornado.web.Application.__init__(self, handlers, **settings)
self.con = Connection('localhost', 27017)
self.database = self.con["mongosample"]
class MainHandler(tornado.web.RequestHandler):
def get(self):
db=self.application.database
new_comment = {
"comment" : "what a nice page",
"author" : "bobby",
"time" : datetime.utcnow(),
}
db.comments.insert(new_comment)
comments = db["comments"].find()
self.write("Hello, world. with mongo")
for c in comments:
self.write("<br/>")
self.write(c["comment"])
self.write(' - ' + c["author"])
self.write(' at time: ' + str(c["time"]))
def main():
tornado.options.parse_command_line()
http_server = tornado.httpserver.HTTPServer(Application())
http_server.listen(options.port)
tornado.ioloop.IOLoop.instance().start()
if __name__ == "__main__":
main()
@RiceeeChang

this is not working

@quakig
quakig commented Oct 4, 2015

nice.. working great

@AhmedAlbachiry

Hello
Thank you sso much
can you help me plase ?
ImportError: No module named connection

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