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This page hosts the detailed specification for the Blueprint for the Authentication & Access.
Authentication is the process that verifies the identity of a user.
Authorization provides controlled access to protected resources.
S3 builds on the default T2 AAA system:
Anonymous access is currently granted for all Read operations, with Create/Update/Delete requiring a user to be Authenticated:
- T2 can extend this by protecting resources with
t2.have_membership()(functional check) &
- we should probably support this by adding hooks into the RESTlike controller
The system supports Self-Registration, which won't be appropriate for all deployment scenarios.
To disable it requires:
- Removing the link from the menu in
- Disabling the function in controllers/default.py
If self-registration is disabled then users maintenance can be done via appadmin until we develop our own UI.
This will also be the case for adding extra roles anyway.
t2_group table for Contact Lists information
s3_role table for Security access
- roles initialised in
- module writers need to add any required roles there
Membership of roles is controlled via the Many-to-Many table:
The specification we should be working to implement is in the Wiki:
- Proposed Trunk: http://wiki.sahana.lk/doku.php?id=dev:new_acl
- Current Stable: http://wiki.sahana.lk/doku.php?id=dev:security
- Old: http://wiki.sahana.lk/doku.php?id=dev:authorization
(NB The Vol module currently uses a separate method)
We also want to look at linking the AAA t2_person table with the Person Registry's person table
S2 supports OpenID (as does Launchpad ;) ), so that would be good to support & looks easy:
T3 defines a simple
t2.is_admin defined in
is_admin=(t2.logged_in and (not settings.administrator_emails or t2.person_email in settings.administrator_emails)) t2.is_admin=is_admin
- Function components protected with:
if not is_admin: t2.redirect('index',flash=T('Not Authorised'))
- appadmin protected in the same way :)
- Working with Realms, Users, Groups, and Roles: http://java.sun.com/javaee/5/docs/tutorial/doc/bnbxj.html
- Zope uses: