This document details all changes between different versions of JMSSecurityExtraBundle:
- added a secure random number generator service
The configuration option "secure_controllers" has been removed. This setting is now automatically enabled, but it requires the JMSDiExtraBundle.
The dependencies of this bundle have changed:
- The metadata library 1.1 version is now required instead of the 1.0 version (if you are using the Standard Edition, just change the "version=origin/1.0.x" line from your deps file to "version=1.1.0").
- The JMSAopBundle is now required. For installation instructions, please see https://github.com/schmittjoh/JMSAopBundle
- The JMSDiExtraBundle is now required if you want to secure your non-service controllers (if you only have service controllers, you don't need it). For installation instructions, see https://github.com/schmittjoh/JMSDiExtraBundle
The attribute "IS_IDDQD" has been renamed to "ROLE_IDDQD"
A powerful expression-based authorization language has been added which works in combination with the existing voting system. Since it is much more powerful than the built-in voters, and also much faster, you are highly encouraged to migrate your existing authorization rules to expressions, and eventually disable the built-in voters entirely. Some examples for how to convert simple attributes to their equivalent expressions are listed below:
- IS_AUTHENTICATED_ANONYMOUSLY -> "permitAll"
- IS_AUTHENTICATED_REMEMBERED -> "isAuthenticated()"
- IS_AUTHENTICATED_FULLY -> "isFullyAuthenticated()"
- ROLE_FOO -> "hasRole('ROLE_FOO')"
The ability to configure method access control (e.g. for controller actions) in the DI configuration has been added. Note that for non-service controllers the JMSDiExtraBundle is required.
The "is_expr_granted" Twig function has been added if you want to check an expression from a Twig template.