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Ent Web UI
Sidekiq Enterprise 1.5.0+ allows for user-defined authorization within the Web UI; you can define rules for whether a given request is allowed to proceed or not.
You define custom authorization logic at the top of your
config/routes.rb, like so:
require 'sidekiq-ent/web' Sidekiq::Web.authorize do |env,method,path| # env == the Rack env for this request # method == 'GET', 'POST', 'DELETE', etc # path == env['PATH_INFO'] user = nil # you'll need to define how you get access to the current user # non-admins only allowed read-only GET operations method == 'GET' || user.admin? end ...
Your authentication library will determine how you get access to the current user. If you use a popular authentication library like Devise, Warden, Sorcery, etc, feel free to update this wiki page with how you access the current user.