I create a wbesocket app A along with their db B. I want to create a flask app C in parallel. can this app C access the db B attached to the websocket app A?
If not, is anyone has any tips on how to run Flask and websockets in the same app, that would be awesome
@johncena yes! That’s what the
fly postgres attach command is for. Run it (if B is your DB app’s name:
fly postgres attach B) from your Flask app C’s directory (or with the
--app C flag).
flyctl postgres attach <POSTGRES APP> [flags]
-a, --app string Application name
-c, --config string Path to application configuration file
--database-name string The designated database name for this consuming app.
--database-user string The database user to create. By default, we will use the name of the consuming app.
-h, --help help for attach
--superuser Grants attached user superuser privileges (default true)
--variable-name string The environment variable name that will be added to the consuming app. (default
-y, --yes Accept all confirmations
-t, --access-token string Fly API Access Token
--debug Print additional logs and traces
--verbose Verbose output
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