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Doorkeeper.configure do
# Change the ORM that doorkeeper will use (needs plugins)
orm :active_record
# This block will be called to check whether the resource owner is authenticated or not.
resource_owner_authenticator do
current_user || redirect_to(new_user_session_url)
end
resource_owner_from_credentials do |_routes|
user = User.authenticate_with_ldap(email: request.params[:username], password: request.params[:password]) if Devise.ldap_authentication
user ||= User.authenticate_with_pam(email: request.params[:username], password: request.params[:password]) if Devise.pam_authentication
if user.nil?
user = User.find_by(email: request.params[:username])
user = nil unless user&.valid_password?(request.params[:password])
end
user unless user&.otp_required_for_login?
end
# If you want to restrict access to the web interface for adding oauth authorized applications, you need to declare the block below.
admin_authenticator do
current_user&.admin? || redirect_to(new_user_session_url)
end
# Authorization Code expiration time (default 10 minutes).
# authorization_code_expires_in 10.minutes
# Access token expiration time (default 2 hours).
# If you want to disable expiration, set this to nil.
access_token_expires_in nil
# Assign a custom TTL for implicit grants.
# custom_access_token_expires_in do |oauth_client|
# oauth_client.application.additional_settings.implicit_oauth_expiration
# end
# Use a custom class for generating the access token.
# https://github.com/doorkeeper-gem/doorkeeper#custom-access-token-generator
# access_token_generator "::Doorkeeper::JWT"
# The controller Doorkeeper::ApplicationController inherits from.
# Defaults to ActionController::Base.
# https://github.com/doorkeeper-gem/doorkeeper#custom-base-controller
base_controller 'ApplicationController'
# Reuse access token for the same resource owner within an application (disabled by default)
# Rationale: https://github.com/doorkeeper-gem/doorkeeper/issues/383
reuse_access_token
# Issue access tokens with refresh token (disabled by default)
# use_refresh_token
# Forbids creating/updating applications with arbitrary scopes that are
# not in configuration, i.e. `default_scopes` or `optional_scopes`.
# (Disabled by default)
enforce_configured_scopes
# Provide support for an owner to be assigned to each registered application (disabled by default)
# Optional parameter :confirmation => true (default false) if you want to enforce ownership of
# a registered application
# Note: you must also run the rails g doorkeeper:application_owner generator to provide the necessary support
enable_application_owner
# Define access token scopes for your provider
# For more information go to
# https://github.com/doorkeeper-gem/doorkeeper/wiki/Using-Scopes
default_scopes :read
optional_scopes :write,
:'write:accounts',
:'write:blocks',
:'write:bookmarks',
:'write:conversations',
:'write:favourites',
:'write:filters',
:'write:follows',
:'write:lists',
:'write:media',
:'write:mutes',
:'write:notifications',
:'write:reports',
:'write:statuses',
:read,
:'read:accounts',
:'read:blocks',
:'read:bookmarks',
:'read:favourites',
:'read:filters',
:'read:follows',
:'read:lists',
:'read:mutes',
:'read:notifications',
:'read:search',
:'read:statuses',
:follow,
:push,
:'admin:read',
:'admin:read:accounts',
:'admin:read:reports',
:'admin:write',
:'admin:write:accounts',
:'admin:write:reports',
:crypto
# Change the way client credentials are retrieved from the request object.
# By default it retrieves first from the `HTTP_AUTHORIZATION` header, then
# falls back to the `:client_id` and `:client_secret` params from the `params` object.
# Check out the wiki for more information on customization
# client_credentials :from_basic, :from_params
# Change the way access token is authenticated from the request object.
# By default it retrieves first from the `HTTP_AUTHORIZATION` header, then
# falls back to the `:access_token` or `:bearer_token` params from the `params` object.
# Check out the wiki for more information on customization
# access_token_methods :from_bearer_authorization, :from_access_token_param, :from_bearer_param
# Change the native redirect uri for client apps
# When clients register with the following redirect uri, they won't be redirected to any server and the authorization code will be displayed within the provider
# The value can be any string. Use nil to disable this feature. When disabled, clients must provide a valid URL
# (Similar behaviour: https://developers.google.com/accounts/docs/OAuth2InstalledApp#choosingredirecturi)
#
# native_redirect_uri 'urn:ietf:wg:oauth:2.0:oob'
# Forces the usage of the HTTPS protocol in non-native redirect uris (enabled
# by default in non-development environments). OAuth2 delegates security in
# communication to the HTTPS protocol so it is wise to keep this enabled.
#
force_ssl_in_redirect_uri false
# Specify what redirect URI's you want to block during Application creation.
# Any redirect URI is whitelisted by default.
#
# You can use this option in order to forbid URI's with 'javascript' scheme
# for example.
forbid_redirect_uri { |uri| %w[data vbscript javascript].include?(uri.scheme.to_s.downcase) }
# Specify what grant flows are enabled in array of Strings. The valid
# strings and the flows they enable are:
#
# "authorization_code" => Authorization Code Grant Flow
# "implicit" => Implicit Grant Flow
# "password" => Resource Owner Password Credentials Grant Flow
# "client_credentials" => Client Credentials Grant Flow
#
# If not specified, Doorkeeper enables authorization_code and
# client_credentials.
#
# implicit and password grant flows have risks that you should understand
# before enabling:
# http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6819#section-4.4.2
# http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6819#section-4.4.3
#
grant_flows %w(authorization_code password client_credentials)
# Under some circumstances you might want to have applications auto-approved,
# so that the user skips the authorization step.
# For example if dealing with a trusted application.
skip_authorization do |resource_owner, client|
client.application.superapp?
end
# WWW-Authenticate Realm (default "Doorkeeper").
# realm "Doorkeeper"
end