Sign in attempts can be automatically handled using the web.auth module's handlers. The
SignInHandler object takes two parameters, session and manager which should be valid
AuthManager objects respectively.
SignInHandler object has one method handle() which returns a form if there is a problem or
None if the user has been signed in. The
SignInHandler object has one attribute,
status which is a constant specifying the current sign in status.
Here is an example.
# Try to login import web.auth.handler.signIn signInHandler = web.auth.handler.signIn.SignInHandler( session = authSession, manager = authManager, ) form = signInHandler.handle() if form: # Display the error form print '<html><body><h1>Please Sign In</h1>%s<p>%s</p></body></html>'%form else: # We have just signed in print 'Signed in successfully'