Excerpts from Chorny, Ilya's message of 2011-10-21 01:51:03 +0000:
> I get the following error from routes
> AttributeError: 'thread._local' object has no attribute 'mapper'

Okay, what I suspected. This is a product of the fact that job running
is decoupled from the web frontend. The job runner doesn't necessarily
live in the same process or even on the same machine as the web
interface. You could have multiple web interfaces serving different base
urls feeding one job runner. 

I don't have any simple answer to this. You could try to initialize
route's mapper in the job runner, but I think this would be a big
mistake. Instead you probably want to capture the URL somehow when the
job is created. I need to think about it some more.
James Taylor, Assistant Professor, Biology / Computer Science, Emory University
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