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8def get_request_data():
9 return request.values.to_dict()
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9def getPostData():
10 #print(request.content_type)
11 data = {}
12 if (request.content_type.startswith('application/json')):
13 data = request.get_data()
14 return json.loads(data.decode("utf-8"))
15 elif(request.content_type.startswith("application/x-www-form-urlencoded")):
16 #print(1)
17 #print(urllib.parse.parse_qs(request.get_data().decode("utf-8")))
18 return parse_qs_plus(urllib.parse.parse_qs(request.get_data().decode("utf-8")))
19 else:
20 for key, value in request.form.items():
21 if key.endswith('[]'):
22 data[key[:-2]] = request.form.getlist(key)
23 else:
24 data[key] = value
25 return data
24def parse_body(self,request):
25 # We use mimetype here since we don't need the other
26 # information provided by content_type
27 content_type = request.mimetype
28 if content_type == 'application/graphql':
29 return {'query': request.data.decode('utf8')}
30
31 elif content_type == 'application/json':
32 return load_json_body(request.data.decode('utf8'))
33
34 elif content_type in ('application/x-www-form-urlencoded', 'multipart/form-data'):
35 return request.form
36
37 return {}
154def request_body(self):
155 """
156 Returns the body of the current request.
157
158 Useful for deserializing the content the user sent (typically JSON).
159
160 The default implementation is Django-specific, so if you're integrating
161 with a new web framework, you'll need to override this method within
162 your subclass.
163
164 :returns: The body of the request
165 :rtype: string
166 """
167 # By default, Django-esque.
168 return self.request.body

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