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How to read Ajax passed data in Python?

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Hi,

How to read Ajax passed data in .py file? Below are my code snippets from Splunk view, web.conf and .py file.
Looking for code snippet in How to read ajax passed data here????? section of my .py file

JavaScript:

        function callScript(){
            $.ajax({
                  type: "POST",
                  url: "/custom/MyApp/my_script/my_endpoint",
                  data: {'name': 'ABC'},
                  success: function(data) {
                      console.log("success returned");
                      console.log(data);
                  }
            });
        }       
        callScript();

web.conf

[endpoint:my_script]

my_script.py

import logging
import cherrypy
import splunk.appserver.mrsparkle.controllers as controllers
from splunk.appserver.mrsparkle.lib.util import make_splunkhome_path
from splunk.appserver.mrsparkle.lib.decorators import expose_page

_APPNAME = 'MyApp'
def setup_logger(level):
 logger = logging.getLogger('splunk.appserver.%s.controllers.my_script' % _APPNAME)
 logger.propagate = False  # Prevent the log messages from being duplicated in the python.log file
 logger.setLevel(level)
 file_handler = logging.handlers.RotatingFileHandler(
     make_splunkhome_path(['var', 'log', 'splunk', 'my_script_controller.log']), maxBytes=25000000, backupCount=5)
 formatter = logging.Formatter('%(asctime)s %(levelname)s %(message)s')
 file_handler.setFormatter(formatter)
 logger.addHandler(file_handler)
 return logger
logger = setup_logger(logging.DEBUG)

class my_script(controllers.BaseController):
 @expose_page(must_login=True)
 def my_endpoint(self, **kwargs):
  cherrypy.response.headers['Content-Type'] = 'text/plain'
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  return "Return text from Python code"
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Communicator

I got solution on my own. logger.debug(kwargs['name']) works for me.

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Communicator

I got solution on my own. logger.debug(kwargs['name']) works for me.

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