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The goal of dj_auth is to limit data access for certain user over your django project.

Project Description

dj_auth

The goal of dj_auth is to limit data access for certain user over your django project.

Requirements

Django 1.9

Quickstart

Install dj_auth:

pip install dj_auth

Put dj_auth into your INSTALLED_APPS at settings module:

INSTALLED_APPS = (
   ...
   'dj_auth',
)

Create dj_auth database tables by running:

python manage.py migrate

Extend the Queryset methods of your Models:

from django.db import models

from dj_auth.models import ObjectFilterQuerySetMixin

class YourModelQuerySet(ObjectFilterQuerySetMixin, models.QuerySet):

    def sichtbar(self, sichtbar=True):
        return self.filter(sichtbar=sichtbar)


class YourModel(models.Model):
    your_fielfs = models.SmallIntegerField()

    objects = YourModelQuerySet.as_manager()

Set DJ_AUTH constant in your settings.py:

DJ_AUTH = {'content_type_exclude': ('contenttypes.contenttype', 'sessions.session', 'sites.site',
                                    'auth.user', 'auth.group', 'auth.permission', 'admin.logentry',
                                    'dj_auth.objectfilter',),
           'content_type_include': (),
           'global_fields_exclude':  ('user', ),
           'related_filter_fields_exclude': {'auth.user': ('groups', ), },
           }

In “content_type_exclude” you put the models on which you don’t want create ObjectFilters

In “content_type_include” you put the models on which you want create ObjectFilters

In “global_fields_exclude” you put the fieldnames on which you don’t want apply the ObjectFilter globally

In “related_filter_fields_exclude” you put the fieldnames on which you don’t want apply the ObjectFilter for a specific Model

Features

ObjectFilterFormMixin

First of all you have to create an ObjectFilter record for a specific user. Therefore you can should use ObjectFilterFormMixin:

from django import forms

from dj_auth.forms import ObjectFilterFormMixin

class ObjectFilterForm(ObjectFilterFormMixin, forms.ModelForm):
    pass

ObjectFilterListMixin

To limit data in ListView use ObjectFilterListMixin:

from django.views.generic import ListView
from django.contrib.auth import get_user_model

from dj_auth.views import ObjectFilterListMixin

class UserListView(ObjectFilterListMixin, ListView):
    model = get_user_model()

ObjectFilterDetailMixin

To limit data in DetailView use ObjectFilterDetailMixin:

from django.views.generic import DetailView
from django.contrib.auth import get_user_model

from dj_auth.views import ObjectFilterDetailMixin

class UserDetailView(ObjectFilterDetailMixin, DetailView):
    model = get_user_model()

ObjectFilterUpdateMixin

To limit data in UpdateView use ObjectFilterUpdateMixin:

from django.views.generic import UpdateView
from django.contrib.auth import get_user_model

from dj_auth.views import ObjectFilterUpdateMixin

class UserDetailView(ObjectFilterUpdateMixin, UpdateView):
    model = get_user_model()

ObjectFilterDeleteMixin

To limit data in UpdateView use ObjectFilterDeleteMixin:

from django.views.generic import DeleteView
from django.contrib.auth import get_user_model

from dj_auth.views import ObjectFilterDeleteMixin

class UserDetailView(ObjectFilterDeleteMixin, DeleteView):
    model = get_user_model()

Todo

  • Python 3

Running Tests

Does the code actually work?

source <YOURVIRTUALENV>/bin/activate
(myenv) $ pip install -r requirements_test.txt
(myenv) $ coverage run --source=dj_auth runtests.py && coverage html

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0.1.0 (2016-07-29)

  • First release on PyPI.
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