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Code source de django.contrib.auth.backends

from __future__ import unicode_literals

from django.contrib.auth import get_user_model
from django.contrib.auth.models import Permission

[docs]class ModelBackend(object): """ Authenticates against settings.AUTH_USER_MODEL. """
[docs] def authenticate(self, username=None, password=None, **kwargs): UserModel = get_user_model() if username is None: username = kwargs.get(UserModel.USERNAME_FIELD) try: user = UserModel._default_manager.get_by_natural_key(username) if user.check_password(password): return user except UserModel.DoesNotExist: # Run the default password hasher once to reduce the timing # difference between an existing and a non-existing user (#20760). UserModel().set_password(password)
def _get_user_permissions(self, user_obj): return user_obj.user_permissions.all() def _get_group_permissions(self, user_obj): user_groups_field = get_user_model()._meta.get_field('groups') user_groups_query = 'group__%s' % user_groups_field.related_query_name() return Permission.objects.filter(**{user_groups_query: user_obj}) def _get_permissions(self, user_obj, obj, from_name): """ Returns the permissions of `user_obj` from `from_name`. `from_name` can be either "group" or "user" to return permissions from `_get_group_permissions` or `_get_user_permissions` respectively. """ if not user_obj.is_active or user_obj.is_anonymous() or obj is not None: return set() perm_cache_name = '_%s_perm_cache' % from_name if not hasattr(user_obj, perm_cache_name): if user_obj.is_superuser: perms = Permission.objects.all() else: perms = getattr(self, '_get_%s_permissions' % from_name)(user_obj) perms = perms.values_list('content_type__app_label', 'codename').order_by() setattr(user_obj, perm_cache_name, set("%s.%s" % (ct, name) for ct, name in perms)) return getattr(user_obj, perm_cache_name)
[docs] def get_user_permissions(self, user_obj, obj=None): """ Returns a set of permission strings the user `user_obj` has from their `user_permissions`. """ return self._get_permissions(user_obj, obj, 'user')
[docs] def get_group_permissions(self, user_obj, obj=None): """ Returns a set of permission strings the user `user_obj` has from the groups they belong. """ return self._get_permissions(user_obj, obj, 'group')
[docs] def get_all_permissions(self, user_obj, obj=None): if not user_obj.is_active or user_obj.is_anonymous() or obj is not None: return set() if not hasattr(user_obj, '_perm_cache'): user_obj._perm_cache = self.get_user_permissions(user_obj) user_obj._perm_cache.update(self.get_group_permissions(user_obj)) return user_obj._perm_cache
[docs] def has_perm(self, user_obj, perm, obj=None): if not user_obj.is_active: return False return perm in self.get_all_permissions(user_obj, obj)
[docs] def has_module_perms(self, user_obj, app_label): """ Returns True if user_obj has any permissions in the given app_label. """ if not user_obj.is_active: return False for perm in self.get_all_permissions(user_obj): if perm[:perm.index('.')] == app_label: return True return False
def get_user(self, user_id): UserModel = get_user_model() try: return UserModel._default_manager.get(pk=user_id) except UserModel.DoesNotExist: return None
[docs]class RemoteUserBackend(ModelBackend): """ This backend is to be used in conjunction with the ``RemoteUserMiddleware`` found in the middleware module of this package, and is used when the server is handling authentication outside of Django. By default, the ``authenticate`` method creates ``User`` objects for usernames that don't already exist in the database. Subclasses can disable this behavior by setting the ``create_unknown_user`` attribute to ``False``. """ # Create a User object if not already in the database? create_unknown_user = True
[docs] def authenticate(self, remote_user): """ The username passed as ``remote_user`` is considered trusted. This method simply returns the ``User`` object with the given username, creating a new ``User`` object if ``create_unknown_user`` is ``True``. Returns None if ``create_unknown_user`` is ``False`` and a ``User`` object with the given username is not found in the database. """ if not remote_user: return user = None username = self.clean_username(remote_user) UserModel = get_user_model() # Note that this could be accomplished in one try-except clause, but # instead we use get_or_create when creating unknown users since it has # built-in safeguards for multiple threads. if self.create_unknown_user: user, created = UserModel._default_manager.get_or_create(**{ UserModel.USERNAME_FIELD: username }) if created: user = self.configure_user(user) else: try: user = UserModel._default_manager.get_by_natural_key(username) except UserModel.DoesNotExist: pass return user
[docs] def clean_username(self, username): """ Performs any cleaning on the "username" prior to using it to get or create the user object. Returns the cleaned username. By default, returns the username unchanged. """ return username
[docs] def configure_user(self, user): """ Configures a user after creation and returns the updated user. By default, returns the user unmodified. """ return user
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