[Backgroundrb-devel] Instantiating middleman and worker from inside a model?
tomasz at resourcestudio.nl
Tue Jan 16 09:11:36 EST 2007
Thanks joshua, i thought i had tried this before but evidently i had
something wrong, it's working fine now :)
On Jan 15, 2007, at 7:51 PM, Joshua Bates wrote:
> Just call work_thread on the worker.
> Something like....
> def save_to_s3
> worker.work_thread(:method => :save, :args => [args])
> def worker
> @worker ||= MiddleMan.worker(:s3)
> If you need to pass the whole model to the worker, make sure to add
> include DRbUndumped in your model.
> On 1/15/07, Tomasz Kaye < tomasz at resourcestudio.nl> wrote:
> In short: how (if possible) would i go about arranging it so that i
> can instantiate a middleman and set a worker going from within a
> method in one of my models? or is this a weird thing to be wanting to
> do? (
> My specific situation: I have an 'Image' model in my application. An
> actual image file associated with the model is being stored on
> amazons s3 system. I'd like to use a worker to handle each s3
> operation (eg. deleting the image from s3). The Image model seems the
> neatest place to set the worker going but I'm a little stumped as to
> how i should modify my model to enable the instantiation of middleman
> within it.
> thanks in advance for any pointers!
> (apologies in advance if this message gets posted twice; i think my
> previous attempt didn't work)
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