[Catalyst] RunAfterRequest/delayed Catalyst view

Steve Kleiman steve at prodhub.com
Fri Apr 30 22:59:28 GMT 2010

That's definitely my fallback if necessary. I really like using the Catalyst-centric option because it's easier for my brain to compartmentalize. It keeps the email dispatching process consistent with the rest of the Email::Template paradigm used throughout my app.

Also it's not just for email I'm using RunAfterRequest...it's a bunch of slow database processing that leads up to the generation of the email. So I was hoping to drop the whole bit into RunAfterRequest instead of having a cron job deal with it. Keeps all my stuff in one place and for a Catalyst newbie that's a nice thing (if it works).

Steve Kleiman
steve at prodhub.com

On Apr 30, 2010, at 3:46 PM, Bill Moseley wrote:

> On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 2:38 PM, Steve Kleiman <steve at prodhub.com> wrote:
> Here goes...hopefully a simple test case for the RunAfterRequest oddness.
> This is really not the response you were hoping for, but have you considered not using RunAfterRequest?  I either send email directly during the request to the local sendmail or I write it to a store and another (non-web) process on a separate machine (or machines) manage delivering the mail. 
> -- 
> Bill Moseley
> moseley at hank.org
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