Bugzilla::Auth::Login - Gets username/password data from the user.
Bugzilla::Auth::Login is used to get information that uniquely identifies a user and allows us to authorize their Bugzilla access.
It is mostly an abstract class, requiring subclasses to implement most methods.
Note that callers outside of the
Bugzilla::Auth package should never create this object directly.
Just create a
Bugzilla::Auth object and call
login on it.
These are methods that have to do with getting the actual login data from the user or handling a login somehow.
These methods are abstract -- they MUST be implemented by a subclass.
Description: Gets a username/password from the user,
or some other information that uniquely identifies them.
Params: None Returns: A
(See Bugzilla::Auth for details.) The hashref MUST contain:
username If this is a login method that requires verification,
the hashref MUST contain
The hashref MAY contain
Description: This function is called when Bugzilla doesn't get a username/password and the login type is
LOGIN_REQUIRED (See Bugzilla::Auth for a description of
AUTH_NODATA in that situation.
This function MUST stop CGI execution when it is complete. That is, it must call C<exit> or C<ThrowUserError> or some such thing. Params: None Returns: Never Returns.
These are methods that describe the capabilities of this
Bugzilla::Auth::Login object. These are all no-parameter methods that return either
Whether or not users can log out if they logged in using this object. Defaults to
Whether or not users can log in through the web interface using this object. Defaults to
Whether or not we should send the user a cookie if they logged in with this method. Defaults to
Whether or not we should check the username/password that we got from this login method. Defaults to
Whether or not users can create accounts, if this login method is currently being used by the system. Defaults to
True if this login method requires no interaction from the user within Bugzilla. (For example,
Env auth is "automatic" because the webserver just passes us an environment variable on most page requests, and does not ask the user for authentication information directly in Bugzilla.) Defaults to