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MediaWiki\Auth\AuthenticationProvider Interface Reference

An AuthenticationProvider is used by AuthManager when authenticating users. More...

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Public Member Functions

 getAuthenticationRequests ( $action, array $options)
 Return the applicable list of AuthenticationRequests. More...
 
 getUniqueId ()
 Return a unique identifier for this instance. More...
 
 setConfig (Config $config)
 Set configuration. More...
 
 setManager (AuthManager $manager)
 Set AuthManager. More...
 

Detailed Description

An AuthenticationProvider is used by AuthManager when authenticating users.

This interface should not be implemented directly; use one of its children.

Authentication providers can be registered via $wgAuthManagerAutoConfig.

Since
1.27

Definition at line 39 of file AuthenticationProvider.php.

Member Function Documentation

◆ getAuthenticationRequests()

MediaWiki\Auth\AuthenticationProvider::getAuthenticationRequests (   $action,
array  $options 
)

Return the applicable list of AuthenticationRequests.

Possible values for $action depend on whether the implementing class is also a PreAuthenticationProvider, PrimaryAuthenticationProvider, or SecondaryAuthenticationProvider.

  • ACTION_LOGIN: Valid for passing to beginAuthentication. Called on all providers.
  • ACTION_CREATE: Valid for passing to beginAccountCreation. Called on all providers.
  • ACTION_LINK: Valid for passing to beginAccountLink. Called on linking primary providers only.
  • ACTION_CHANGE: Valid for passing to AuthManager::changeAuthenticationData to change credentials. Called on primary and secondary providers.
  • ACTION_REMOVE: Valid for passing to AuthManager::changeAuthenticationData to remove credentials. Must work without additional user input (i.e. without calling loadFromSubmission). Called on primary and secondary providers.
See also
AuthManager::getAuthenticationRequests()
Parameters
string$action
array$optionsOptions are:
  • username: User name related to the action, or null/unset if anon.
    • ACTION_LOGIN: The currently logged-in user, if any.
    • ACTION_CREATE: The account creator, if non-anonymous.
    • ACTION_LINK: The local user being linked to.
    • ACTION_CHANGE: The user having data changed.
    • ACTION_REMOVE: The user having data removed. If you leave the username property of the returned requests empty, this will automatically be copied there (except for ACTION_CREATE where it wouldn't really make sense).
Returns
AuthenticationRequest[]

Implemented in MediaWiki\Auth\AbstractPasswordPrimaryAuthenticationProvider, MediaWiki\Auth\TemporaryPasswordPrimaryAuthenticationProvider, MediaWiki\Auth\PrimaryAuthenticationProvider, MediaWiki\Auth\CheckBlocksSecondaryAuthenticationProvider, MediaWiki\Auth\EmailNotificationSecondaryAuthenticationProvider, MediaWiki\Auth\ResetPasswordSecondaryAuthenticationProvider, MediaWiki\Auth\AbstractPreAuthenticationProvider, and MediaWiki\Auth\ConfirmLinkSecondaryAuthenticationProvider.

Referenced by MediaWiki\Auth\AbstractSecondaryAuthenticationProvider\providerRevokeAccessForUser().

◆ getUniqueId()

MediaWiki\Auth\AuthenticationProvider::getUniqueId ( )

Return a unique identifier for this instance.

This must be the same across requests. If multiple instances return the same ID, exceptions will be thrown from AuthManager.

Returns
string

Implemented in MediaWiki\Auth\AbstractAuthenticationProvider.

Referenced by MediaWiki\Auth\AuthManager\getAuthenticationRequestsInternal().

◆ setConfig()

◆ setManager()

MediaWiki\Auth\AuthenticationProvider::setManager ( AuthManager  $manager)

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