This repository is a clone of original [pyramid_google_login](https://github.com/ludia/pyramid_google_login)
It contains modifications done in code to make it work with SegAnnDB
`pyramid_google_login` does not handle any kind of authentication policy by itself. It only helped in fetching the
user profile details from google. I made a workaround, now it sets a cookie in the response which is equivalent to the user_id
Some bugs were also fixed, turns out the original version did not work with the a latest version of pyramid anymore, so a
couple bugs were fixed as well.
**On pypi -**
This package will be uploaded to pypi as well, under the same name.
Once `seganndb_login` is installed, you must use the `config.include`
mechanism to include it into your Pyramid project's configuration. In your
Pyramid project's `__init__.py`:
config = Configurator(.....)
Alternately you can use the `pyramid.includes` configuration value in your
pyramid.includes = pyramid_google_login
security.google_login.client_id = xxxxxxx.apps.googleusercontent.com
security.google_login.client_secret = xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
# List of Google scopes (`email` is automatically included)
security.google_login.scopes = email
# Set the access type to `offline` to get a refresh_token (default: online)
security.google_login.access_type = online
# Field used to extract the userid (generally `email` or `id`)
security.google_login.user_id_field = email
# Restrict authentication to a Google Apps domain
security.google_login.hosted_domain = example.net
# Redirect destination for logged in user.
security.google_login.landing_url = /
security.google_login.landing_route = my_frontend_route
security.google_login.landing_route = mymodule:static/
# Add a banner on the sign in page
security.google_login.signin_banner = Welcome on Project Euler
# Add an advice on the sign in page
security.google_login.signin_advice = Ask Dilbert for access
Setup: Google project
- Create a project on https://console.developers.google.com
- Create a OAuth Client ID
+ Choose a `Web Application` application type
* Secure and non secure url are differentiated
* Optionally include your development host with
`http://localhost:6543` rather than an `http://127.0.0.1:6543`
(it would be refused)
- No `Permissions` are needed by `pyramid_google_login` itself.
- Client ID parameters are heavily cached. In development, re-creating a client
id is often the best idea.
When a user must be authenticated by Google, he must be sent to the
`auth_signin` route url. The helper method
`pyramid_google_login.redirect_to_signin` redirect the user to the sign in
page. This helper is handy to specify the next url and an optional message.
def unauthenticated(context, request):
return redirect_to_signin(request, url=request.path_qs)
Once the user is authenticated, the `UserLoggedIn` pyramid event is
broadcasted. The application can perform subsequent validations, create the
user profile or update it.
After that, the `pyramid.security.remember` helper is called.
Then, the user will be redirected to an url specified by:
- query parameter (signin page): `url`
- setting: `security.google_login.landing_url`
- fallback: `/`
When a user must be logged out, he must be directed on the `auth_logout`
route url. Once logged out, he will be redirected back to the sign in page.
If you want to call the Google APIs on behalf of the user, you must store the
OAuth2 tokens provided in the UserLoggedIn event. The `access_token` is
usable for an `expires_in` period. Then the `refresh_token` must be used to
refresh the `access_token`. This `refresh_token` is valide until the user
revoke the application permissions.
By default, the only scope requested is `email` to identify the user. To call
other Google APIs, you must add the related scopes as this:
The user has logged in by Google.
+ Google user_info properties...
The user has logged out.
All the related information to user_profiles can be found in file `views.py`
Remembering User Authentication
To remember user authentication, we set a cookie in response. You will have to
handle client side login/logout by yourself.
$ pip install -r requirements-test.txt
Running pylama (linters)::
$ pip install pylama
TODO: Brief introduction on what you do with files - including link to relevant help section.