MediaWiki  REL1_31
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33  protected static $allowedActions = [
34  AuthManager::ACTION_LOGIN,
36  ];
38  protected static $messages = [
39  'authform-newtoken' => 'nocookiesforlogin',
40  'authform-notoken' => 'sessionfailure',
41  'authform-wrongtoken' => 'sessionfailure',
42  ];
44  public function __construct() {
45  parent::__construct( 'Userlogin' );
46  }
48  public function doesWrites() {
49  return true;
50  }
52  protected function getLoginSecurityLevel() {
53  return false;
54  }
56  protected function getDefaultAction( $subPage ) {
57  return AuthManager::ACTION_LOGIN;
58  }
60  public function getDescription() {
61  return $this->msg( 'login' )->text();
62  }
64  public function setHeaders() {
65  // override the page title if we are doing a forced reauthentication
66  parent::setHeaders();
67  if ( $this->securityLevel && $this->getUser()->isLoggedIn() ) {
68  $this->getOutput()->setPageTitle( $this->msg( 'login-security' ) );
69  }
70  }
72  protected function isSignup() {
73  return false;
74  }
76  protected function beforeExecute( $subPage ) {
77  if ( $subPage === 'signup' || $this->getRequest()->getText( 'type' ) === 'signup' ) {
78  // B/C for old account creation URLs
79  $title = SpecialPage::getTitleFor( 'CreateAccount' );
80  $query = array_diff_key( $this->getRequest()->getValues(),
81  array_fill_keys( [ 'type', 'title' ], true ) );
82  $url = $title->getFullURL( $query, false, PROTO_CURRENT );
83  $this->getOutput()->redirect( $url );
84  return false;
85  }
86  return parent::beforeExecute( $subPage );
87  }
100  protected function successfulAction( $direct = false, $extraMessages = null ) {
103  $user = $this->targetUser ?: $this->getUser();
104  $session = $this->getRequest()->getSession();
106  if ( $direct ) {
107  $user->touch();
109  $this->clearToken();
111  if ( $user->requiresHTTPS() ) {
112  $this->mStickHTTPS = true;
113  }
114  $session->setForceHTTPS( $wgSecureLogin && $this->mStickHTTPS );
116  // If the user does not have a session cookie at this point, they probably need to
117  // do something to their browser.
118  if ( !$this->hasSessionCookie() ) {
119  $this->mainLoginForm( [ /*?*/ ], $session->getProvider()->whyNoSession() );
120  // TODO something more specific? This used to use nocookieslogin
121  return;
122  }
123  }
125  # Run any hooks; display injected HTML if any, else redirect
126  $injected_html = '';
127  Hooks::run( 'UserLoginComplete', [ &$user, &$injected_html, $direct ] );
129  if ( $injected_html !== '' || $extraMessages ) {
130  $this->showSuccessPage( 'success', $this->msg( 'loginsuccesstitle' ),
131  'loginsuccess', $injected_html, $extraMessages );
132  } else {
133  $helper = new LoginHelper( $this->getContext() );
134  $helper->showReturnToPage( 'successredirect', $this->mReturnTo, $this->mReturnToQuery,
135  $this->mStickHTTPS );
136  }
137  }
139  protected function getToken() {
140  return $this->getRequest()->getSession()->getToken( '', 'login' );
141  }
143  protected function clearToken() {
144  return $this->getRequest()->getSession()->resetToken( 'login' );
145  }
147  protected function getTokenName() {
148  return 'wpLoginToken';
149  }
151  protected function getGroupName() {
152  return 'login';
153  }
155  protected function logAuthResult( $success, $status = null ) {
156  LoggerFactory::getInstance( 'authevents' )->info( 'Login attempt', [
157  'event' => 'login',
158  'successful' => $success,
159  'status' => $status,
160  ] );
161  }
162 }
please add to it if you re going to add events to the MediaWiki code where normally authentication against an external auth plugin would be creating a account $user
Definition: hooks.txt:247
Definition: SpecialUserLogin.php:44
msg( $key)
Wrapper around wfMessage that sets the current context.
Definition: SpecialPage.php:793
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Get the OutputPage being used for this instance.
Definition: SpecialPage.php:722
Returns the CSRF token.
Definition: SpecialUserLogin.php:139
Returns the name of the CSRF token (under which it should be found in the POST or GET data).
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showSuccessPage( $type, $title, $msgname, $injected_html, $extraMessages)
Show the success page.
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beforeExecute( $subPage)
Gets called before.
Definition: SpecialUserLogin.php:76
static $allowedActions
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static getTitleFor( $name, $subpage=false, $fragment='')
Get a localised Title object for a specified special page name If you don't need a full Title object,...
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static $messages
Definition: SpecialUserLogin.php:38
Sets headers - this should be called from the execute() method of all derived classes!
Definition: SpecialUserLogin.php:64
logAuthResult( $success, $status=null)
Logs to the authmanager-stats channel.
Definition: SpecialUserLogin.php:155
Helper functions for the login form that need to be shared with other special pages (such as CentralA...
Definition: LoginHelper.php:8
Returns the name that goes in the <h1> in the special page itself, and also the name that will be l...
Definition: SpecialUserLogin.php:60
successfulAction( $direct=false, $extraMessages=null)
Run any hooks registered for logins, then HTTP redirect to $this->mReturnTo (or Main Page if that's u...
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injection txt This is an overview of how MediaWiki makes use of dependency injection The design described here grew from the discussion of RFC T384 The term dependency this means that anything an object needs to operate should be injected from the the object itself should only know narrow no concrete implementation of the logic it relies on The requirement to inject everything typically results in an architecture that based on two main types of and essentially stateless service objects that use other service objects to operate on the value objects As of the beginning MediaWiki is only starting to use the DI approach Much of the code still relies on global state or direct resulting in a highly cyclical dependency which acts as the top level factory for services in MediaWiki which can be used to gain access to default instances of various services MediaWikiServices however also allows new services to be defined and default services to be redefined Services are defined or redefined by providing a callback the instantiator that will return a new instance of the service When it will create an instance of MediaWikiServices and populate it with the services defined in the files listed by thereby bootstrapping the DI framework Per $wgServiceWiringFiles lists includes ServiceWiring php
Definition: injection.txt:37
string $subPage
Subpage of the special page.
Definition: AuthManagerSpecialPage.php:34
Holds shared logic for login and account creation pages.
Definition: LoginSignupSpecialPage.php:38
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getDefaultAction( $subPage)
Get the default action for this special page, if none is given via URL/POST data.
Definition: SpecialUserLogin.php:56
mainLoginForm(array $requests, $msg='', $msgtype='error')
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namespace and then decline to actually register it file or subcat img or subcat $title
Definition: hooks.txt:964
Shortcut to get the User executing this instance.
Definition: SpecialPage.php:732
when a variable name is used in a it is silently declared as a new masking the global
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Check if a session cookie is present.
Definition: LoginSignupSpecialPage.php:1237
Gets the context this SpecialPage is executed in.
Definition: SpecialPage.php:695
Under which header this special page is listed in Special:SpecialPages See messages 'specialpages-gro...
Definition: SpecialUserLogin.php:151
Indicates whether this special page may perform database writes.
Definition: SpecialUserLogin.php:48
Tells if the special page does something security-sensitive and needs extra defense against a stolen ...
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Status::newGood()` to allow deletion, and then `return false` from the hook function. Ensure you consume the 'ChangeTagAfterDelete' hook to carry out custom deletion actions. $tag:name of the tag $user:user initiating the action & $status:Status object. See above. 'ChangeTagsListActive':Allows you to nominate which of the tags your extension uses are in active use. & $tags:list of all active tags. Append to this array. 'ChangeTagsAfterUpdateTags':Called after tags have been updated with the ChangeTags::updateTags function. Params:$addedTags:tags effectively added in the update $removedTags:tags effectively removed in the update $prevTags:tags that were present prior to the update $rc_id:recentchanges table id $rev_id:revision table id $log_id:logging table id $params:tag params $rc:RecentChange being tagged when the tagging accompanies the action or null $user:User who performed the tagging when the tagging is subsequent to the action or null 'ChangeTagsAllowedAdd':Called when checking if a user can add tags to a change. & $allowedTags:List of all the tags the user is allowed to add. Any tags the user wants to add( $addTags) that are not in this array will cause it to fail. You may add or remove tags to this array as required. $addTags:List of tags user intends to add. $user:User who is adding the tags. 'ChangeUserGroups':Called before user groups are changed. $performer:The User who will perform the change $user:The User whose groups will be changed & $add:The groups that will be added & $remove:The groups that will be removed 'Collation::factory':Called if $wgCategoryCollation is an unknown collation. $collationName:Name of the collation in question & $collationObject:Null. Replace with a subclass of the Collation class that implements the collation given in $collationName. 'ConfirmEmailComplete':Called after a user 's email has been confirmed successfully. $user:user(object) whose email is being confirmed 'ContentAlterParserOutput':Modify parser output for a given content object. Called by Content::getParserOutput after parsing has finished. Can be used for changes that depend on the result of the parsing but have to be done before LinksUpdate is called(such as adding tracking categories based on the rendered HTML). $content:The Content to render $title:Title of the page, as context $parserOutput:ParserOutput to manipulate 'ContentGetParserOutput':Customize parser output for a given content object, called by AbstractContent::getParserOutput. May be used to override the normal model-specific rendering of page content. $content:The Content to render $title:Title of the page, as context $revId:The revision ID, as context $options:ParserOptions for rendering. To avoid confusing the parser cache, the output can only depend on parameters provided to this hook function, not on global state. $generateHtml:boolean, indicating whether full HTML should be generated. If false, generation of HTML may be skipped, but other information should still be present in the ParserOutput object. & $output:ParserOutput, to manipulate or replace 'ContentHandlerDefaultModelFor':Called when the default content model is determined for a given title. May be used to assign a different model for that title. $title:the Title in question & $model:the model name. Use with CONTENT_MODEL_XXX constants. 'ContentHandlerForModelID':Called when a ContentHandler is requested for a given content model name, but no entry for that model exists in $wgContentHandlers. Note:if your extension implements additional models via this hook, please use GetContentModels hook to make them known to core. $modeName:the requested content model name & $handler:set this to a ContentHandler object, if desired. 'ContentModelCanBeUsedOn':Called to determine whether that content model can be used on a given page. This is especially useful to prevent some content models to be used in some special location. $contentModel:ID of the content model in question $title:the Title in question. & $ok:Output parameter, whether it is OK to use $contentModel on $title. Handler functions that modify $ok should generally return false to prevent further hooks from further modifying $ok. 'ContribsPager::getQueryInfo':Before the contributions query is about to run & $pager:Pager object for contributions & $queryInfo:The query for the contribs Pager 'ContribsPager::reallyDoQuery':Called before really executing the query for My Contributions & $data:an array of results of all contribs queries $pager:The ContribsPager object hooked into $offset:Index offset, inclusive $limit:Exact query limit $descending:Query direction, false for ascending, true for descending 'ContributionsLineEnding':Called before a contributions HTML line is finished $page:SpecialPage object for contributions & $ret:the HTML line $row:the DB row for this line & $classes:the classes to add to the surrounding< li > & $attribs:associative array of other HTML attributes for the< li > element. Currently only data attributes reserved to MediaWiki are allowed(see Sanitizer::isReservedDataAttribute). 'ContributionsToolLinks':Change tool links above Special:Contributions $id:User identifier $title:User page title & $tools:Array of tool links $specialPage:SpecialPage instance for context and services. Can be either SpecialContributions or DeletedContributionsPage. Extensions should type hint against a generic SpecialPage though. 'ConvertContent':Called by AbstractContent::convert when a conversion to another content model is requested. Handler functions that modify $result should generally return false to disable further attempts at conversion. $content:The Content object to be converted. $toModel:The ID of the content model to convert to. $lossy:boolean indicating whether lossy conversion is allowed. & $result:Output parameter, in case the handler function wants to provide a converted Content object. Note that $result->getContentModel() must return $toModel. 'CustomEditor':When invoking the page editor Return true to allow the normal editor to be used, or false if implementing a custom editor, e.g. for a special namespace, etc. $article:Article being edited $user:User performing the edit 'DatabaseOraclePostInit':Called after initialising an Oracle database $db:the DatabaseOracle object 'DeletedContribsPager::reallyDoQuery':Called before really executing the query for Special:DeletedContributions Similar to ContribsPager::reallyDoQuery & $data:an array of results of all contribs queries $pager:The DeletedContribsPager object hooked into $offset:Index offset, inclusive $limit:Exact query limit $descending:Query direction, false for ascending, true for descending 'DeletedContributionsLineEnding':Called before a DeletedContributions HTML line is finished. Similar to ContributionsLineEnding $page:SpecialPage object for DeletedContributions & $ret:the HTML line $row:the DB row for this line & $classes:the classes to add to the surrounding< li > & $attribs:associative array of other HTML attributes for the< li > element. Currently only data attributes reserved to MediaWiki are allowed(see Sanitizer::isReservedDataAttribute). 'DeleteUnknownPreferences':Called by the cleanupPreferences.php maintenance script to build a WHERE clause with which to delete preferences that are not known about. This hook is used by extensions that have dynamically-named preferences that should not be deleted in the usual cleanup process. For example, the Gadgets extension creates preferences prefixed with 'gadget-', and so anything with that prefix is excluded from the deletion. &where:An array that will be passed as the $cond parameter to IDatabase::select() to determine what will be deleted from the user_properties table. $db:The IDatabase object, useful for accessing $db->buildLike() etc. 'DifferenceEngineAfterLoadNewText':called in DifferenceEngine::loadNewText() after the new revision 's content has been loaded into the class member variable $differenceEngine->mNewContent but before returning true from this function. $differenceEngine:DifferenceEngine object 'DifferenceEngineLoadTextAfterNewContentIsLoaded':called in DifferenceEngine::loadText() after the new revision 's content has been loaded into the class member variable $differenceEngine->mNewContent but before checking if the variable 's value is null. This hook can be used to inject content into said class member variable. $differenceEngine:DifferenceEngine object 'DifferenceEngineMarkPatrolledLink':Allows extensions to change the "mark as patrolled" link which is shown both on the diff header as well as on the bottom of a page, usually wrapped in a span element which has class="patrollink". $differenceEngine:DifferenceEngine object & $markAsPatrolledLink:The "mark as patrolled" link HTML(string) $rcid:Recent change ID(rc_id) for this change(int) 'DifferenceEngineMarkPatrolledRCID':Allows extensions to possibly change the rcid parameter. For example the rcid might be set to zero due to the user being the same as the performer of the change but an extension might still want to show it under certain conditions. & $rcid:rc_id(int) of the change or 0 $differenceEngine:DifferenceEngine object $change:RecentChange object $user:User object representing the current user 'DifferenceEngineNewHeader':Allows extensions to change the $newHeader variable, which contains information about the new revision, such as the revision 's author, whether the revision was marked as a minor edit or not, etc. $differenceEngine:DifferenceEngine object & $newHeader:The string containing the various #mw-diff-otitle[1-5] divs, which include things like revision author info, revision comment, RevisionDelete link and more $formattedRevisionTools:Array containing revision tools, some of which may have been injected with the DiffRevisionTools hook $nextlink:String containing the link to the next revision(if any) $status
Definition: hooks.txt:1255
This serves as the entry point to the authentication system.
Definition: AuthManager.php:83
Definition: SpecialUserLogin.php:143
MediaWiki Logger LoggerFactory implements a PSR[0] compatible message logging system Named Psr Log LoggerInterface instances can be obtained from the MediaWiki Logger LoggerFactory::getInstance() static method. MediaWiki\Logger\LoggerFactory expects a class implementing the MediaWiki\Logger\Spi interface to act as a factory for new Psr\Log\LoggerInterface instances. The "Spi" in MediaWiki\Logger\Spi stands for "service provider interface". An SPI is an API intended to be implemented or extended by a third party. This software design pattern is intended to enable framework extension and replaceable components. It is specifically used in the MediaWiki\Logger\LoggerFactory service to allow alternate PSR-3 logging implementations to be easily integrated with MediaWiki. The service provider interface allows the backend logging library to be implemented in multiple ways. The $wgMWLoggerDefaultSpi global provides the classname of the default MediaWiki\Logger\Spi implementation to be loaded at runtime. This can either be the name of a class implementing the MediaWiki\Logger\Spi with a zero argument const ructor or a callable that will return an MediaWiki\Logger\Spi instance. Alternately the MediaWiki\Logger\LoggerFactory MediaWiki Logger LoggerFactory
Definition: logger.txt:5
Get the WebRequest being used for this instance.
Definition: AuthManagerSpecialPage.php:63
Implements Special:UserLogin.
Definition: SpecialUserLogin.php:32
null for the wiki Added should default to null in handler for backwards compatibility add a value to it if you want to add a cookie that have to vary cache options can modify $query
Definition: hooks.txt:1620
static run( $event, array $args=[], $deprecatedVersion=null)
Call hook functions defined in Hooks::register and $wgHooks.
Definition: Hooks.php:203
This is to let user authenticate using https when they come from http.
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