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// Copyright 2014 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
// Package oauth2 provides support for making
// OAuth2 authorized and authenticated HTTP requests.
// It can additionally grant authorization with Bearer JWT.
package oauth2 // import "golang.org/x/oauth2"
import (
"bytes"
"errors"
"net/http"
"net/url"
"strings"
"sync"
"golang.org/x/net/context"
"golang.org/x/oauth2/internal"
)
// NoContext is the default context you should supply if not using
// your own context.Context (see https://golang.org/x/net/context).
//
// Deprecated: Use context.Background() or context.TODO() instead.
var NoContext = context.TODO()
// RegisterBrokenAuthHeaderProvider registers an OAuth2 server
// identified by the tokenURL prefix as an OAuth2 implementation
// which doesn't support the HTTP Basic authentication
// scheme to authenticate with the authorization server.
// Once a server is registered, credentials (client_id and client_secret)
// will be passed as query parameters rather than being present
// in the Authorization header.
// See https://code.google.com/p/goauth2/issues/detail?id=31 for background.
func RegisterBrokenAuthHeaderProvider(tokenURL string) {
internal.RegisterBrokenAuthHeaderProvider(tokenURL)
}
// Config describes a typical 3-legged OAuth2 flow, with both the
// client application information and the server's endpoint URLs.
// For the client credentials 2-legged OAuth2 flow, see the clientcredentials
// package (https://golang.org/x/oauth2/clientcredentials).
type Config struct {
// ClientID is the application's ID.
ClientID string
// ClientSecret is the application's secret.
ClientSecret string
// Endpoint contains the resource server's token endpoint
// URLs. These are constants specific to each server and are
// often available via site-specific packages, such as
// google.Endpoint or github.Endpoint.
Endpoint Endpoint
// RedirectURL is the URL to redirect users going through
// the OAuth flow, after the resource owner's URLs.
RedirectURL string
// Scope specifies optional requested permissions.
Scopes []string
}
// A TokenSource is anything that can return a token.
type TokenSource interface {
// Token returns a token or an error.
// Token must be safe for concurrent use by multiple goroutines.
// The returned Token must not be modified.
Token() (*Token, error)
}
// Endpoint contains the OAuth 2.0 provider's authorization and token
// endpoint URLs.
type Endpoint struct {
AuthURL string
TokenURL string
}
var (
// AccessTypeOnline and AccessTypeOffline are options passed
// to the Options.AuthCodeURL method. They modify the
// "access_type" field that gets sent in the URL returned by
// AuthCodeURL.
//
// Online is the default if neither is specified. If your
// application needs to refresh access tokens when the user
// is not present at the browser, then use offline. This will
// result in your application obtaining a refresh token the
// first time your application exchanges an authorization
// code for a user.
AccessTypeOnline AuthCodeOption = SetAuthURLParam("access_type", "online")
AccessTypeOffline AuthCodeOption = SetAuthURLParam("access_type", "offline")
// ApprovalForce forces the users to view the consent dialog
// and confirm the permissions request at the URL returned
// from AuthCodeURL, even if they've already done so.
ApprovalForce AuthCodeOption = SetAuthURLParam("approval_prompt", "force")
)
// An AuthCodeOption is passed to Config.AuthCodeURL.
type AuthCodeOption interface {
setValue(url.Values)
}
type setParam struct{ k, v string }
func (p setParam) setValue(m url.Values) { m.Set(p.k, p.v) }
// SetAuthURLParam builds an AuthCodeOption which passes key/value parameters
// to a provider's authorization endpoint.
func SetAuthURLParam(key, value string) AuthCodeOption {
return setParam{key, value}
}
// AuthCodeURL returns a URL to OAuth 2.0 provider's consent page
// that asks for permissions for the required scopes explicitly.
//
// State is a token to protect the user from CSRF attacks. You must
// always provide a non-zero string and validate that it matches the
// the state query parameter on your redirect callback.
// See http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6749#section-10.12 for more info.
//
// Opts may include AccessTypeOnline or AccessTypeOffline, as well
// as ApprovalForce.
func (c *Config) AuthCodeURL(state string, opts ...AuthCodeOption) string {
var buf bytes.Buffer
buf.WriteString(c.Endpoint.AuthURL)
v := url.Values{
"response_type": {"code"},
"client_id": {c.ClientID},
"redirect_uri": internal.CondVal(c.RedirectURL),
"scope": internal.CondVal(strings.Join(c.Scopes, " ")),
"state": internal.CondVal(state),
}
for _, opt := range opts {
opt.setValue(v)
}
if strings.Contains(c.Endpoint.AuthURL, "?") {
buf.WriteByte('&')
} else {
buf.WriteByte('?')
}
buf.WriteString(v.Encode())
return buf.String()
}
// PasswordCredentialsToken converts a resource owner username and password
// pair into a token.
//
// Per the RFC, this grant type should only be used "when there is a high
// degree of trust between the resource owner and the client (e.g., the client
// is part of the device operating system or a highly privileged application),
// and when other authorization grant types are not available."
// See https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6749#section-4.3 for more info.
//
// The HTTP client to use is derived from the context.
// If nil, http.DefaultClient is used.
func (c *Config) PasswordCredentialsToken(ctx context.Context, username, password string) (*Token, error) {
return retrieveToken(ctx, c, url.Values{
"grant_type": {"password"},
"username": {username},
"password": {password},
"scope": internal.CondVal(strings.Join(c.Scopes, " ")),
})
}
// Exchange converts an authorization code into a token.
//
// It is used after a resource provider redirects the user back
// to the Redirect URI (the URL obtained from AuthCodeURL).
//
// The HTTP client to use is derived from the context.
// If a client is not provided via the context, http.DefaultClient is used.
//
// The code will be in the *http.Request.FormValue("code"). Before
// calling Exchange, be sure to validate FormValue("state").
func (c *Config) Exchange(ctx context.Context, code string) (*Token, error) {
return retrieveToken(ctx, c, url.Values{
"grant_type": {"authorization_code"},
"code": {code},
"redirect_uri": internal.CondVal(c.RedirectURL),
"scope": internal.CondVal(strings.Join(c.Scopes, " ")),
})
}
// Client returns an HTTP client using the provided token.
// The token will auto-refresh as necessary. The underlying
// HTTP transport will be obtained using the provided context.
// The returned client and its Transport should not be modified.
func (c *Config) Client(ctx context.Context, t *Token) *http.Client {
return NewClient(ctx, c.TokenSource(ctx, t))
}
// TokenSource returns a TokenSource that returns t until t expires,
// automatically refreshing it as necessary using the provided context.
//
// Most users will use Config.Client instead.
func (c *Config) TokenSource(ctx context.Context, t *Token) TokenSource {
tkr := &tokenRefresher{
ctx: ctx,
conf: c,
}
if t != nil {
tkr.refreshToken = t.RefreshToken
}
return &reuseTokenSource{
t: t,
new: tkr,
}
}
// tokenRefresher is a TokenSource that makes "grant_type"=="refresh_token"
// HTTP requests to renew a token using a RefreshToken.
type tokenRefresher struct {
ctx context.Context // used to get HTTP requests
conf *Config
refreshToken string
}
// WARNING: Token is not safe for concurrent access, as it
// updates the tokenRefresher's refreshToken field.
// Within this package, it is used by reuseTokenSource which
// synchronizes calls to this method with its own mutex.
func (tf *tokenRefresher) Token() (*Token, error) {
if tf.refreshToken == "" {
return nil, errors.New("oauth2: token expired and refresh token is not set")
}
tk, err := retrieveToken(tf.ctx, tf.conf, url.Values{
"grant_type": {"refresh_token"},
"refresh_token": {tf.refreshToken},
})
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
if tf.refreshToken != tk.RefreshToken {
tf.refreshToken = tk.RefreshToken
}
return tk, err
}
// reuseTokenSource is a TokenSource that holds a single token in memory
// and validates its expiry before each call to retrieve it with
// Token. If it's expired, it will be auto-refreshed using the
// new TokenSource.
type reuseTokenSource struct {
new TokenSource // called when t is expired.
mu sync.Mutex // guards t
t *Token
}
// Token returns the current token if it's still valid, else will
// refresh the current token (using r.Context for HTTP client
// information) and return the new one.
func (s *reuseTokenSource) Token() (*Token, error) {
s.mu.Lock()
defer s.mu.Unlock()
if s.t.Valid() {
return s.t, nil
}
t, err := s.new.Token()
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
s.t = t
return t, nil
}
// StaticTokenSource returns a TokenSource that always returns the same token.
// Because the provided token t is never refreshed, StaticTokenSource is only
// useful for tokens that never expire.
func StaticTokenSource(t *Token) TokenSource {
return staticTokenSource{t}
}
// staticTokenSource is a TokenSource that always returns the same Token.
type staticTokenSource struct {
t *Token
}
func (s staticTokenSource) Token() (*Token, error) {
return s.t, nil
}
// HTTPClient is the context key to use with golang.org/x/net/context's
// WithValue function to associate an *http.Client value with a context.
var HTTPClient internal.ContextKey
// NewClient creates an *http.Client from a Context and TokenSource.
// The returned client is not valid beyond the lifetime of the context.
//
// As a special case, if src is nil, a non-OAuth2 client is returned
// using the provided context. This exists to support related OAuth2
// packages.
func NewClient(ctx context.Context, src TokenSource) *http.Client {
if src == nil {
c, err := internal.ContextClient(ctx)
if err != nil {
return &http.Client{Transport: internal.ErrorTransport{Err: err}}
}
return c
}
return &http.Client{
Transport: &Transport{
Base: internal.ContextTransport(ctx),
Source: ReuseTokenSource(nil, src),
},
}
}
// ReuseTokenSource returns a TokenSource which repeatedly returns the
// same token as long as it's valid, starting with t.
// When its cached token is invalid, a new token is obtained from src.
//
// ReuseTokenSource is typically used to reuse tokens from a cache
// (such as a file on disk) between runs of a program, rather than
// obtaining new tokens unnecessarily.
//
// The initial token t may be nil, in which case the TokenSource is
// wrapped in a caching version if it isn't one already. This also
// means it's always safe to wrap ReuseTokenSource around any other
// TokenSource without adverse effects.
func ReuseTokenSource(t *Token, src TokenSource) TokenSource {
// Don't wrap a reuseTokenSource in itself. That would work,
// but cause an unnecessary number of mutex operations.
// Just build the equivalent one.
if rt, ok := src.(*reuseTokenSource); ok {
if t == nil {
// Just use it directly.
return rt
}
src = rt.new
}
return &reuseTokenSource{
t: t,
new: src,
}
}