Source code for openstack_auth.user

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import datetime
import logging

from django.contrib.auth import models
from django.db import models as db_models
from keystoneauth1 import exceptions as keystone_exceptions

from openstack_auth import utils

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)

def set_session_from_user(request, user):
    request.session['token'] = user.token
    request.session['user_id'] =
    request.session['region_endpoint'] = user.endpoint
    request.session['services_region'] = user.services_region
    # Update the user object cached in the request
    request._cached_user = user
    request.user = user

def unset_session_user_variables(request):
    request.session['token'] = None
    request.session['user_id'] = None
    request.session['region_endpoint'] = None
    request.session['services_region'] = None
    request.session['auth_type'] = None
    # Update the user object cached in the request
    request._cached_user = None
    request.user = None

def create_user_from_token(request, token, endpoint, services_region=None):
    # if the region is provided, use that, otherwise use the preferred region
    svc_region = services_region or \
        utils.default_services_region(token.serviceCatalog, request, endpoint)
    return User(id=token.user['id'],
                # We need to consider already logged-in users with an old
                # version of Token without user_domain_name.
                user_domain_name=getattr(token, 'user_domain_name', None),
                is_federated=getattr(token, 'is_federated', False),
                unscoped_token=getattr(token, 'unscoped_token',

[docs] class Token(object): """Encapsulates the AccessInfo object from keystoneclient. Token object provides a consistent interface for accessing the keystone token information and service catalog. Added for maintaining backward compatibility with horizon that expects Token object in the user object. """ def __init__(self, auth_ref, unscoped_token=None): # User-related attributes user = {'id': auth_ref.user_id, 'name': auth_ref.username} data = getattr(auth_ref, '_data', {}) expiration_date = data.get('token', {}).get('user', {})\ .get('password_expires_at') user['password_expires_at'] = expiration_date self.user = user self.user_domain_id = auth_ref.user_domain_id self.user_domain_name = auth_ref.user_domain_name # Token-related attributes = auth_ref.auth_token self.unscoped_token = unscoped_token self.expires = auth_ref.expires # Project-related attributes project = {} project['id'] = auth_ref.project_id project['name'] = auth_ref.project_name project['is_admin_project'] = getattr(auth_ref, 'is_admin_project', False) project['domain_id'] = getattr(auth_ref, 'project_domain_id', None) self.project = project self.tenant = self.project # Domain-related attributes domain = {} domain['id'] = auth_ref.domain_id domain['name'] = auth_ref.domain_name self.domain = domain # Federation-related attributes self.is_federated = auth_ref.is_federated self.roles = [{'name': role} for role in auth_ref.role_names] self.serviceCatalog = auth_ref.service_catalog.catalog # System scope # Only keystone API V3 has it. self.system_scoped = getattr(auth_ref, 'system_scoped', False)
[docs] class User(models.AbstractBaseUser, models.AnonymousUser): """A User class with some extra special sauce for Keystone. In addition to the standard Django user attributes, this class also has the following: .. attribute:: token The Keystone token object associated with the current user/tenant. The token object is deprecated, user auth_ref instead. .. attribute:: tenant_id The id of the Keystone tenant for the current user/token. The tenant_id keyword argument is deprecated, use project_id instead. .. attribute:: tenant_name The name of the Keystone tenant for the current user/token. The tenant_name keyword argument is deprecated, use project_name instead. .. attribute:: project_id The id of the Keystone project for the current user/token. .. attribute:: project_name The name of the Keystone project for the current user/token. .. attribute:: service_catalog The ``ServiceCatalog`` data returned by Keystone. .. attribute:: roles A list of dictionaries containing role names and ids as returned by Keystone. .. attribute:: services_region A list of non-identity service endpoint regions extracted from the service catalog. .. attribute:: user_domain_id The domain id of the current user. .. attribute:: user_domain_name The domain name of the current user. .. attribute:: domain_id The id of the Keystone domain scoped for the current user/token. .. attribute:: is_federated Whether user is federated Keystone user. (Boolean) .. attribute:: unscoped_token Unscoped Keystone token. .. attribute:: password_expires_at Password expiration date. """ keystone_user_id = db_models.CharField(primary_key=True, max_length=255) USERNAME_FIELD = 'keystone_user_id' def __init__(self, id=None, token=None, user=None, tenant_id=None, service_catalog=None, tenant_name=None, roles=None, authorized_tenants=None, endpoint=None, enabled=False, services_region=None, user_domain_id=None, user_domain_name=None, domain_id=None, domain_name=None, project_id=None, project_name=None, is_federated=False, unscoped_token=None, password=None, password_expires_at=None, system_scoped=False): = id = id self.token = token self.keystone_user_id = id self.username = user self.user_domain_id = user_domain_id self.user_domain_name = user_domain_name self.domain_id = domain_id self.domain_name = domain_name self.project_id = project_id or tenant_id self.project_name = project_name or tenant_name self.system_scoped = system_scoped self.service_catalog = service_catalog self._services_region = ( services_region or utils.default_services_region(service_catalog) ) self.roles = roles or [] self.endpoint = endpoint self.enabled = enabled self._authorized_tenants = authorized_tenants self.is_federated = is_federated self.password_expires_at = password_expires_at self._is_system_user = None # Unscoped token is used for listing user's project that works # for both federated and keystone user. self.unscoped_token = unscoped_token # List of variables to be deprecated. self.tenant_id = self.project_id self.tenant_name = self.project_name # Required by AbstractBaseUser self.password = None def __unicode__(self): return self.username def __repr__(self): return "<%s: %s>" % (self.__class__.__name__, self.username)
[docs] def is_token_expired(self, margin=None): """Determine if the token is expired. :returns: ``True`` if the token is expired, ``False`` if not, and ``None`` if there is no token set. :param margin: A security time margin in seconds before real expiration. Will return ``True`` if the token expires in less than ``margin`` seconds of time. A default margin can be set by the TOKEN_TIMEOUT_MARGIN in the django settings. """ if self.token is None: return None return not utils.is_token_valid(self.token, margin)
@property def is_authenticated(self): """Checks for a valid authentication.""" return self.token is not None and utils.is_token_valid(self.token) @property def is_anonymous(self): """Return if the user is not authenticated. :returns: ``True`` if not authenticated,``False`` otherwise. """ return not self.is_authenticated @property def is_active(self): return self.enabled @property def is_superuser(self): """Evaluates whether this user has admin privileges. :returns: ``True`` or ``False``. """ admin_roles = utils.get_admin_roles() user_roles = {role['name'].lower() for role in self.roles} return not admin_roles.isdisjoint(user_roles) @property def authorized_tenants(self): """Returns a memoized list of tenants this user may access.""" if self.is_authenticated and self._authorized_tenants is None: endpoint = self.endpoint try: self._authorized_tenants = utils.get_project_list(, auth_url=endpoint, token=self.unscoped_token, is_federated=self.is_federated) except (keystone_exceptions.ClientException, keystone_exceptions.AuthorizationFailure): LOG.exception('Unable to retrieve project list.') return self._authorized_tenants or [] @authorized_tenants.setter def authorized_tenants(self, tenant_list): self._authorized_tenants = tenant_list @property def services_region(self): return self._services_region @services_region.setter def services_region(self, region): self._services_region = region @property def available_services_regions(self): """Returns list of unique region name values in service catalog.""" regions = [] if self.service_catalog: for service in self.service_catalog: service_type = service.get('type') if service_type is None or service_type == 'identity': continue for endpoint in service.get('endpoints', []): region = utils.get_endpoint_region(endpoint) if region not in regions: regions.append(region) return regions @property def is_system_user(self): """Check if the user has access to the system scope.""" if self._is_system_user is not None: return self._is_system_user try: self._is_system_user = utils.get_system_access(, auth_url=self.endpoint, token=self.unscoped_token, is_federated=self.is_federated) except (keystone_exceptions.ClientException, keystone_exceptions.AuthorizationFailure): LOG.exception('Unable to retrieve systems list.') return self._is_system_user
[docs] def save(self, *args, **kwargs): # Presume we can't write to Keystone. pass
def delete(self, *args, **kwargs): # Presume we can't write to Keystone. pass # Check for OR'd permission rules, check that user has one of the # required permission.
[docs] def has_a_matching_perm(self, perm_list, obj=None): """Returns True if the user has one of the specified permissions. If object is passed, it checks if the user has any of the required perms for this object. """ # If there are no permissions to check, just return true if not perm_list: return True # Check that user has at least one of the required permissions. for perm in perm_list: if self.has_perm(perm, obj): return True return False
# Override the default has_perms method. Allowing for more # complex combinations of permissions. Will check for logical AND of # all top level permissions. Will use logical OR for all first level # tuples (check that use has one permissions in the tuple) # # Examples: # Checks for all required permissions # ('openstack.roles.admin', 'openstack.roles.L3-support') # # Checks for admin AND (L2 or L3) # ('openstack.roles.admin', ('openstack.roles.L3-support', # 'openstack.roles.L2-support'),)
[docs] def has_perms(self, perm_list, obj=None): """Returns True if the user has all of the specified permissions. Tuples in the list will possess the required permissions if the user has a permissions matching one of the elements of that tuple """ # If there are no permissions to check, just return true if not perm_list: return True for perm in perm_list: if isinstance(perm, str): # check that the permission matches if not self.has_perm(perm, obj): return False else: # check that a permission in the tuple matches if not self.has_a_matching_perm(perm, obj): return False return True
[docs] def time_until_expiration(self): """Returns the number of remaining days until user's password expires. Calculates the number days until the user must change their password, once the password expires the user will not able to log in until an admin changes its password. """ if self.password_expires_at is not None: expiration_date = datetime.datetime.strptime( self.password_expires_at, "%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S.%f") return expiration_date -
class Meta(object): app_label = 'openstack_auth'