Class: RubyCAS::Filter

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Defined in:
lib/rubycas-client-rails.rb

Direct Known Subclasses

GatewayFilter

Constant Summary

@@client =

These are initialized when you call setup.

nil
@@log =
nil
@@fake_user =
nil
@@fake_extra_attributes =
nil

Class Method Summary collapse

Class Method Details

.fake(username, extra_attributes = nil) ⇒ Object

used to allow faking for testing with cucumber and other tools. use like

CASClient::Frameworks::Rails::Filter.fake("homer")

you can also fake extra attributes by including a second parameter

CASClient::Frameworks::Rails::Filter.fake("homer", {:roles => ['dad', 'husband']})


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# File 'lib/rubycas-client-rails.rb', line 164

def fake(username, extra_attributes = nil)
  @@fake_user = username
  @@fake_extra_attributes = extra_attributes
end

.filter(controller) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/rubycas-client-rails.rb', line 30

def filter(controller)
  raise "Cannot use the CASClient filter because it has not yet been configured." if config.nil?
  
  if @@fake_user
    controller.session[client.username_session_key] = @@fake_user
    controller.session[:casfilteruser] = @@fake_user
    controller.session[client.extra_attributes_session_key] = @@fake_extra_attributes
    return true
  end
  
  ### patch this line to recreate the 2 items from cookie 
  last_st = controller.session[:cas_last_valid_ticket]
	last_st_service = controller.session[:cas_last_valid_ticket_service]
  
  if single_sign_out(controller)
    controller.send(:render, :text => "CAS Single-Sign-Out request intercepted.")
    return false 
  end

  st = read_ticket(controller)
  
 # is_new_session = true
  
  if st && last_st && 
      last_st == st.ticket && 
      last_st_service == st.service
    # warn() rather than info() because we really shouldn't be re-validating the same ticket. 
    # The only situation where this is acceptable is if the user manually does a refresh and 
    # the same ticket happens to be in the URL.
    log.warn("Re-using previously validated ticket since the ticket id and service are the same.")
    #st = last_st
    return true
  elsif last_st &&
      !config[:authenticate_on_every_request] && 
      controller.session[client.username_session_key]
    # Re-use the previous ticket if the user already has a local CAS session (i.e. if they were already
    # previously authenticated for this service). This is to prevent redirection to the CAS server on every
    # request.
    #
    # This behaviour can be disabled (so that every request is routed through the CAS server) by setting
    # the :authenticate_on_every_request config option to true. However, this is not desirable since
    # it will almost certainly break POST request, AJAX calls, etc.
    log.debug "Existing local CAS session detected for #{controller.session[client.username_session_key].inspect}. "+
      "Previous ticket #{last_st_service} will be re-used."
    #st = last_st
    return true
  end
  
  if st
    client.validate_service_ticket(st) unless st.has_been_validated?
    #vr = st.success
    
    if st.is_valid?
      #if is_new_session
        log.info("Ticket #{st.ticket.inspect} for service #{st.service.inspect} belonging to user #{st.user.inspect} is VALID.")
        controller.session[client.username_session_key] = st.user.dup
        controller.session[client.extra_attributes_session_key] = HashWithIndifferentAccess.new(st.extra_attributes) if st.extra_attributes
        
        if st.extra_attributes
          log.debug("Extra user attributes provided along with ticket #{st.ticket.inspect}: #{st.extra_attributes.inspect}.")
        end
        
        # RubyCAS-Client 1.x used :casfilteruser as it's username session key,
        # so we need to set this here to ensure compatibility with configurations
        # built around the old client.
        controller.session[:casfilteruser] = st.user
        
        if config[:enable_single_sign_out]
          f = store_service_session_lookup(st, controller.request.session_options[:id] || controller.session.session_id)
          log.debug("Wrote service session lookup file to #{f.inspect} with session id #{controller.request.session_options[:id] || controller.session.session_id.inspect}.")
        end
      #end
    
      # Store the ticket in the session to avoid re-validating the same service
      # ticket with the CAS server.
      controller.session[:cas_last_valid_ticket] = st.ticket
	    controller.session[:cas_last_valid_ticket_service] = st.service
      
      if st.pgt_iou
        unless controller.session[:cas_pgt] && controller.session[:cas_pgt].ticket && controller.session[:cas_pgt].iou == st.pgt_iou
          log.info("Receipt has a proxy-granting ticket IOU. Attempting to retrieve the proxy-granting ticket...")
          pgt = client.retrieve_proxy_granting_ticket(st.pgt_iou)

          if pgt
            log.debug("Got PGT #{pgt.ticket.inspect} for PGT IOU #{pgt.iou.inspect}. This will be stored in the session.")
            controller.session[:cas_pgt] = pgt
            # For backwards compatibility with RubyCAS-Client 1.x configurations...
            controller.session[:casfilterpgt] = pgt
          else
            log.error("Failed to retrieve a PGT for PGT IOU #{st.pgt_iou}!")
          end
        else
          log.info("PGT is present in session and PGT IOU #{st.pgt_iou} matches the saved PGT IOU.  Not retrieving new PGT.")
        end

      end
      
      return true
    else
      log.warn("Ticket #{st.ticket.inspect} failed validation -- #{st.failure_code}: #{st.failure_message}")
      unauthorized!(controller, st)
      return false
    end
  else # no service ticket was present in the request
    if returning_from_gateway?(controller)
      log.info "Returning from CAS gateway without authentication."

      # unset, to allow for the next request to be authenticated if necessary
      controller.session[:cas_sent_to_gateway] = false

      if use_gatewaying?
        log.info "This CAS client is configured to use gatewaying, so we will permit the user to continue without authentication."
        controller.session[client.username_session_key] = nil
        return true
      else
        log.warn "The CAS client is NOT configured to allow gatewaying, yet this request was gatewayed. Something is not right!"
      end
    end
    
    unauthorized!(controller)
    return false
  end
rescue OpenSSL::SSL::SSLError => sslexception
  log.error("SSL Error: #{sslexception}")
  unauthorized!(controller)
  return false
end

.login_to_service(controller, credentials, return_path) ⇒ Object

allow controllers to reuse the existing config to auto-login to the service

Use this from within a controller. Pass the controller, the login-credentials and the path that you want the user resdirected to on success.

When writing a login-action you must check the return-value of the response to see if it failed!

If it worked - you need to redirect the user to the service - path, because that has the ticket that will actually log them into your system

example: def autologin

resp = CASClient::Frameworks::Rails::Filter.(self, credentials, dashboard_url)
if resp.is_faiulure?
  flash[:error] = 'Login failed'
  render :action => 'login'
else
  return redirect_to(@resp.service_redirect_url)
end

end



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# File 'lib/rubycas-client-rails.rb', line 207

def (controller, credentials, return_path)
  resp = @@client.(credentials, return_path)
  if resp.is_failure?
    log.info("Validation failed for service #{return_path.inspect} reason: '#{resp.failure_message}'")
  else
    log.info("Ticket #{resp.ticket.inspect} for service #{return_path.inspect} is VALID.")
  end
  
  resp
end

.login_url(controller) ⇒ Object

Returns the login URL for the current controller. Useful when you want to provide a “Login” link in a GatewayFilter'ed action.



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# File 'lib/rubycas-client-rails.rb', line 176

def (controller)
  service_url = read_service_url(controller)
  url = client.(service_url)
  log.debug("Generated login url: #{url}")
  return url
end

.logout(controller, service = nil) ⇒ Object

Clears the given controller's local Rails session, does some local CAS cleanup, and redirects to the CAS logout page. Additionally, the request.referer value from the controller instance is passed to the CAS server as a 'destination' parameter. This allows RubyCAS server to provide a follow-up login page allowing the user to log back in to the service they just logged out from using a different username and password. Other CAS server implemenations may use this 'destination' parameter in different ways. If given, the optional service URL overrides request.referer.



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# File 'lib/rubycas-client-rails.rb', line 229

def logout(controller, service = nil)
  referer = service || controller.request.referer
  st = controller.session[:cas_last_valid_ticket]
  delete_service_session_lookup(st) if st
  controller.send(:reset_session)
  controller.send(:redirect_to, client.logout_url(referer))
end

.redirect_to_cas_for_authentication(controller) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/rubycas-client-rails.rb', line 249

def redirect_to_cas_for_authentication(controller)
  redirect_url = (controller)
  
  if use_gatewaying?
    controller.session[:cas_sent_to_gateway] = true
    redirect_url << "&gateway=true"
  else
    controller.session[:cas_sent_to_gateway] = false
  end
  
  if controller.session[:previous_redirect_to_cas] &&
      controller.session[:previous_redirect_to_cas] > (Time.now - 1.second)
    log.warn("Previous redirect to the CAS server was less than a second ago. The client at #{controller.request.remote_ip.inspect} may be stuck in a redirection loop!")
    controller.session[:cas_validation_retry_count] ||= 0
    
    if controller.session[:cas_validation_retry_count] > 3
      log.error("Redirection loop intercepted. Client at #{controller.request.remote_ip.inspect} will be redirected back to login page and forced to renew authentication.")
      redirect_url += "&renew=1&redirection_loop_intercepted=1"
    end
    
    controller.session[:cas_validation_retry_count] += 1
  else
    controller.session[:cas_validation_retry_count] = 0
  end
  controller.session[:previous_redirect_to_cas] = Time.now
  
  log.debug("Redirecting to #{redirect_url.inspect}")
  controller.send(:redirect_to, redirect_url)
end

.setup(config) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/rubycas-client-rails.rb', line 23

def setup(config)
  @@config = config
  @@config[:logger] = Rails.logger unless @@config[:logger]
  @@client = CASClient::Client.new(@@config)
  @@log = @@client.log
end

.unauthorized!(controller, vr = nil) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/rubycas-client-rails.rb', line 237

def unauthorized!(controller, vr = nil)
  if controller.params[:format] == "xml"
    if vr
      controller.send(:render, :xml => "<errors><error>#{vr.failure_message}</error></errors>", :status => 401)
    else
      controller.send(:head, 401)
    end
  else
    redirect_to_cas_for_authentication(controller)
  end
end

.use_gatewaying?Boolean

Returns:

  • (Boolean)


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# File 'lib/rubycas-client-rails.rb', line 169

def use_gatewaying?
  @@config[:use_gatewaying]
end