Skip to content

HTTPS clone URL

Subversion checkout URL

You can clone with
or
.
Download ZIP
Browse files

start work on single conroller

  • Loading branch information...
commit 1ab117d71933428aa0a9e9750b9f7ce2275ae382 1 parent 1bddcc1
@xenoterracide xenoterracide authored
Showing with 15 additions and 26 deletions.
  1. +15 −26 lib/Catalyst/Manual/Tutorial/05_Authentication.pod
View
41 lib/Catalyst/Manual/Tutorial/05_Authentication.pod
@@ -330,29 +330,29 @@ for details.
=head2 Add Login and Logout Controllers
-Use the Catalyst create script to create two stub controller files:
+Use the Catalyst create script to create a stub controller file:
- $ script/myapp_create.pl controller Login
- $ script/myapp_create.pl controller Logout
+ $ script/myapp_create.pl controller Authentication
-You could easily use a single controller here. For example, you could
-have a C<User> controller with both C<login> and C<logout> actions.
+You could easily use multiple controller's here. For example, you could
+have a C<User> controller for both C<login> and C<logout> actions.
Remember, Catalyst is designed to be very flexible, and leaves such
matters up to you, the designer and programmer.
-Then open C<lib/MyApp/Controller/Login.pm>, locate the
+Then open C<lib/MyApp/Controller/Authentication.pm>, locate the
C<sub index :Path :Args(0)> method (or C<sub index : Private> if you
are using an older version of Catalyst) that was automatically
inserted by the helpers when we created the Login controller above,
-and update the definition of C<sub index> to match:
+and remove the definition of C<sub index>. Add the following sub:
- =head2 index
+ =head2 login
Login logic
=cut
- sub index :Path :Args(0) {
+ # global means the path to it will be /login not /authenticaton/login
+ sub login :Global :Args(0) {
my ($self, $c) = @_;
# Get the username and password from form
@@ -367,13 +367,11 @@ and update the definition of C<sub index> to match:
# If successful, then let them use the application
$c->response->redirect($c->uri_for(
$c->controller('Books')->action_for('list')));
- return;
+ return 1;
} else {
- # Set an error message
$c->stash(error_msg => "Bad username or password.");
}
} else {
- # Set an error message
$c->stash(error_msg => "Empty username or password.");
}
@@ -381,10 +379,6 @@ and update the definition of C<sub index> to match:
$c->stash(template => 'login.tt2');
}
-Be sure to remove the
-C<$c-E<gt>response-E<gt>body('Matched MyApp::Controller::Login in Login.');>
-line of the C<sub index>.
-
This controller fetches the C<username> and C<password> values from the
login form and attempts to authenticate the user. If successful, it
redirects the user to the book list page. If the login fails, the user
@@ -398,16 +392,11 @@ and partly for code clarity) only to use C<default> in
C<MyApp::Controller::Root>, and then mainly to generate the 404 not
found page for the application.
-Instead, we are using "C<sub somename :Path :Args(0) {...}>" here to
-specifically match the URL C</login>. C<Path> actions (aka, "literal
-actions") create URI matches relative to the namespace of the
-controller where they are defined. Although C<Path> supports
-arguments that allow relative and absolute paths to be defined, here
-we use an empty C<Path> definition to match on just the name of the
-controller itself. The method name, C<index>, is arbitrary. We make
-the match even more specific with the C<:Args(0)> action modifier --
-this forces the match on I<only> C</login>, not
-C</login/somethingelse>.
+Instead, we are using "C<sub somename :Global :Args(0) {...}>" here to
+specifically match the URL C</login>. C<Global> actions create URI matches
+relative to the web root. We make the match even more specific with the
+C<:Args(0)> action modifier -- this forces the match on I<only> C</login>,
+not C</login/somethingelse>.
Next, update the corresponding method in
C<lib/MyApp/Controller/Logout.pm> to match:
Please sign in to comment.
Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.