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# Copyright 2011 OpenStack Foundation.
# All Rights Reserved.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
# a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
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# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
"""
Base class for holding contextual information of a request
This class has several uses:
* Used for storing security information in a web request.
* Used for passing contextual details to oslo.log.
Projects should subclass this class if they wish to enhance the request
context or provide additional information in their specific WSGI pipeline
or logging context.
"""
import collections
import functools
import itertools
import threading
import uuid
import warnings
import debtcollector
from debtcollector import renames
_request_store = threading.local()
# These arguments will be passed to a new context from the first available
# header to support backwards compatibility.
_ENVIRON_HEADERS = {
'auth_token': ['HTTP_X_AUTH_TOKEN',
'HTTP_X_STORAGE_TOKEN'],
'user_id': ['HTTP_X_USER_ID',
'HTTP_X_USER'],
'project_id': ['HTTP_X_PROJECT_ID',
'HTTP_X_TENANT_ID',
'HTTP_X_TENANT'],
'domain_id': ['HTTP_X_DOMAIN_ID'],
'system_scope': ['HTTP_OPENSTACK_SYSTEM_SCOPE'],
'user_domain_id': ['HTTP_X_USER_DOMAIN_ID'],
'project_domain_id': ['HTTP_X_PROJECT_DOMAIN_ID'],
'user_name': ['HTTP_X_USER_NAME'],
'project_name': ['HTTP_X_PROJECT_NAME',
'HTTP_X_TENANT_NAME'],
'user_domain_name': ['HTTP_X_USER_DOMAIN_NAME'],
'project_domain_name': ['HTTP_X_PROJECT_DOMAIN_NAME'],
'request_id': ['openstack.request_id'],
'global_request_id': ['openstack.global_request_id'],
'service_token': ['HTTP_X_SERVICE_TOKEN'],
'service_user_id': ['HTTP_X_SERVICE_USER_ID'],
'service_user_name': ['HTTP_X_SERVICE_USER_NAME'],
'service_user_domain_id': ['HTTP_X_SERVICE_USER_DOMAIN_ID'],
'service_user_domain_name': ['HTTP_X_SERVICE_USER_DOMAIN_NAME'],
'service_project_id': ['HTTP_X_SERVICE_PROJECT_ID'],
'service_project_name': ['HTTP_X_SERVICE_PROJECT_NAME'],
'service_project_domain_id': ['HTTP_X_SERVICE_PROJECT_DOMAIN_ID'],
'service_project_domain_name': ['HTTP_X_SERVICE_PROJECT_DOMAIN_NAME'],
}
def generate_request_id():
"""Generate a unique request id."""
return 'req-%s' % uuid.uuid4()
class _DeprecatedPolicyValues(collections.MutableMapping):
"""A Dictionary that manages current and deprecated policy values.
Anything added to this dictionary after initial creation is considered a
deprecated key that we are trying to move services away from. Accessing
these values as oslo.policy will do will trigger a DeprecationWarning.
"""
def __init__(self, data):
self._data = data
self._deprecated = {}
def __getitem__(self, k):
try:
return self._data[k]
except KeyError:
pass
try:
val = self._deprecated[k]
except KeyError:
pass
else:
warnings.warn('Policy enforcement is depending on the value of '
'%s. This key is deprecated. Please update your '
'policy file to use the standard policy values.' % k,
DeprecationWarning)
return val
raise KeyError(k)
def __setitem__(self, k, v):
self._deprecated[k] = v
def __delitem__(self, k):
del self._deprecated[k]
def __iter__(self):
return iter(self._dict)
def __len__(self):
return len(self._dict)
def __str__(self):
return self._dict.__str__()
def __repr__(self):
return self._dict.__repr__()
@property
def _dict(self):
d = self._deprecated.copy()
d.update(self._data)
return d
def _moved_msg(new_name, old_name):
if old_name:
deprecated_msg = "Property '%(old_name)s' has moved to '%(new_name)s'"
deprecated_msg = deprecated_msg % {'old_name': old_name,
'new_name': new_name}
debtcollector.deprecate(deprecated_msg,
version='2.6',
removal_version='3.0',
stacklevel=5)
def _moved_property(new_name, old_name=None, target=None):
if not target:
target = new_name
def getter(self):
_moved_msg(new_name, old_name)
return getattr(self, target)
def setter(self, value):
_moved_msg(new_name, old_name)
setattr(self, target, value)
def deleter(self):
_moved_msg(new_name, old_name)
delattr(self, target)
return property(getter, setter, deleter)
_renamed_kwarg = functools.partial(renames.renamed_kwarg,
version='2.18',
removal_version='3.0',
replace=True)
class RequestContext(object):
"""Helper class to represent useful information about a request context.
Stores information about the security context under which the user
accesses the system, as well as additional request information.
"""
user_idt_format = u'{user} {tenant} {domain} {user_domain} {p_domain}'
# Can be overridden in subclasses to specify extra keys that should be
# read when constructing a context using from_dict.
FROM_DICT_EXTRA_KEYS = []
@_renamed_kwarg('user', 'user_id')
@_renamed_kwarg('tenant', 'project_id')
@_renamed_kwarg('domain', 'domain_id')
@_renamed_kwarg('user_domain', 'user_domain_id')
@_renamed_kwarg('project_domain', 'project_domain_id')
def __init__(self,
auth_token=None,
user_id=None,
project_id=None,
domain_id=None,
user_domain_id=None,
project_domain_id=None,
is_admin=False,
read_only=False,
show_deleted=False,
request_id=None,
resource_uuid=None,
overwrite=True,
roles=None,
user_name=None,
project_name=None,
domain_name=None,
user_domain_name=None,
project_domain_name=None,
is_admin_project=True,
service_token=None,
service_user_id=None,
service_user_name=None,
service_user_domain_id=None,
service_user_domain_name=None,
service_project_id=None,
service_project_name=None,
service_project_domain_id=None,
service_project_domain_name=None,
service_roles=None,
global_request_id=None,
system_scope=None):
"""Initialize the RequestContext
:param overwrite: Set to False to ensure that the greenthread local
copy of the index is not overwritten.
:param is_admin_project: Whether the specified project is specified in
the token as the admin project. Defaults to
True for backwards compatibility.
:type is_admin_project: bool
:param system_scope: The system scope of a token. The value ``all``
represents the entire deployment system. A service
ID represents a specific service within the
deployment system.
:type system_scope: string
"""
# setting to private variables to avoid triggering subclass properties
self._user_id = user_id
self._project_id = project_id
self._domain_id = domain_id
self._user_domain_id = user_domain_id
self._project_domain_id = project_domain_id
self.auth_token = auth_token
self.user_name = user_name
self.project_name = project_name
self.domain_name = domain_name
self.system_scope = system_scope
self.user_domain_name = user_domain_name
self.project_domain_name = project_domain_name
self.is_admin = is_admin
self.is_admin_project = is_admin_project
self.read_only = read_only
self.show_deleted = show_deleted
self.resource_uuid = resource_uuid
self.roles = roles or []
self.service_token = service_token
self.service_user_id = service_user_id
self.service_user_name = service_user_name
self.service_user_domain_id = service_user_domain_id
self.service_user_domain_name = service_user_domain_name
self.service_project_id = service_project_id
self.service_project_name = service_project_name
self.service_project_domain_id = service_project_domain_id
self.service_project_domain_name = service_project_domain_name
self.service_roles = service_roles or []
if not request_id:
request_id = generate_request_id()
self.request_id = request_id
self.global_request_id = global_request_id
if overwrite or not get_current():
self.update_store()
# NOTE(jamielennox): To prevent circular lookups on subclasses that might
# point user to user_id we make user/user_id tenant/project_id etc point
# to the same private variable rather than each other.
tenant = _moved_property('project_id', 'tenant', target='_project_id')
user = _moved_property('user_id', 'user', target='_user_id')
domain = _moved_property('domain_id', 'domain', target='_domain_id')
user_domain = _moved_property('user_domain_id',
'user_domain',
target='_user_domain_id')
project_domain = _moved_property('project_domain_id',
'project_domain',
target='_project_domain_id')
user_id = _moved_property('_user_id')
project_id = _moved_property('_project_id')
domain_id = _moved_property('_domain_id')
user_domain_id = _moved_property('_user_domain_id')
project_domain_id = _moved_property('_project_domain_id')
def update_store(self):
"""Store the context in the current thread."""
_request_store.context = self
def to_policy_values(self):
"""A dictionary of context attributes to enforce policy with.
oslo.policy enforcement requires a dictionary of attributes
representing the current logged in user on which it applies policy
enforcement. This dictionary defines a standard list of attributes that
should be available for enforcement across services.
It is expected that services will often have to override this method
with either deprecated values or additional attributes used by that
service specific policy.
"""
# NOTE(jamielennox): We need a way to allow projects to provide old
# deprecated policy values that trigger a warning when used in favour
# of our standard ones. This object acts like a dict but only values
# from oslo.policy don't show a warning.
return _DeprecatedPolicyValues({
'user_id': self.user_id,
'user_domain_id': self.user_domain_id,
'system_scope': self.system_scope,
'domain_id': self.domain_id,
'project_id': self.project_id,
'project_domain_id': self.project_domain_id,
'roles': self.roles,
'is_admin_project': self.is_admin_project,
'service_user_id': self.service_user_id,
'service_user_domain_id': self.service_user_domain_id,
'service_project_id': self.service_project_id,
'service_project_domain_id': self.service_project_domain_id,
'service_roles': self.service_roles})
def to_dict(self):
"""Return a dictionary of context attributes."""
user_idt = self.user_idt_format.format(
user=self.user_id or '-',
tenant=self.project_id or '-',
domain=self.domain_id or '-',
user_domain=self.user_domain_id or '-',
p_domain=self.project_domain_id or '-')
return {'user': self.user_id,
'tenant': self.project_id,
'system_scope': self.system_scope,
'project': self.project_id,
'domain': self.domain_id,
'user_domain': self.user_domain_id,
'project_domain': self.project_domain_id,
'is_admin': self.is_admin,
'read_only': self.read_only,
'show_deleted': self.show_deleted,
'auth_token': self.auth_token,
'request_id': self.request_id,
'global_request_id': self.global_request_id,
'resource_uuid': self.resource_uuid,
'roles': self.roles,
'user_identity': user_idt,
'is_admin_project': self.is_admin_project}
def get_logging_values(self):
"""Return a dictionary of logging specific context attributes."""
values = {'user_name': self.user_name,
'project_name': self.project_name,
'domain_name': self.domain_name,
'user_domain_name': self.user_domain_name,
'project_domain_name': self.project_domain_name}
values.update(self.to_dict())
if self.auth_token:
# NOTE(jaosorior): Gotta obfuscate the token since this dict is
# meant for logging and we shouldn't leak it.
values['auth_token'] = '***'
else:
values['auth_token'] = None
return values
@property
def global_id(self):
"""Return a sensible value for global_id to pass on.
When we want to make a call with to another service, it's
important that we try to use global_request_id if available,
and fall back to the locally generated request_id if not.
"""
return self.global_request_id or self.request_id
@classmethod
@_renamed_kwarg('user', 'user_id')
@_renamed_kwarg('tenant', 'project_id')
@_renamed_kwarg('domain', 'domain_id')
@_renamed_kwarg('user_domain', 'user_domain_id')
@_renamed_kwarg('project_domain', 'project_domain_id')
def from_dict(cls, values, **kwargs):
"""Construct a context object from a provided dictionary."""
kwargs.setdefault('auth_token', values.get('auth_token'))
kwargs.setdefault('user_id', values.get('user'))
kwargs.setdefault('project_id', values.get('tenant'))
kwargs.setdefault('domain_id', values.get('domain'))
kwargs.setdefault('user_domain_id', values.get('user_domain'))
kwargs.setdefault('project_domain_id', values.get('project_domain'))
kwargs.setdefault('is_admin', values.get('is_admin', False))
kwargs.setdefault('read_only', values.get('read_only', False))
kwargs.setdefault('show_deleted', values.get('show_deleted', False))
kwargs.setdefault('request_id', values.get('request_id'))
kwargs.setdefault('global_request_id', values.get('global_request_id'))
kwargs.setdefault('resource_uuid', values.get('resource_uuid'))
kwargs.setdefault('roles', values.get('roles'))
kwargs.setdefault('user_name', values.get('user_name'))
kwargs.setdefault('project_name', values.get('project_name'))
kwargs.setdefault('domain_name', values.get('domain_name'))
kwargs.setdefault('user_domain_name', values.get('user_domain_name'))
kwargs.setdefault('project_domain_name',
values.get('project_domain_name'))
kwargs.setdefault('is_admin_project',
values.get('is_admin_project', True))
for key in cls.FROM_DICT_EXTRA_KEYS:
kwargs.setdefault(key, values.get(key))
return cls(**kwargs)
@classmethod
@_renamed_kwarg('user', 'user_id')
@_renamed_kwarg('tenant', 'project_id')
@_renamed_kwarg('domain', 'domain_id')
@_renamed_kwarg('user_domain', 'user_domain_id')
@_renamed_kwarg('project_domain', 'project_domain_id')
def from_environ(cls, environ, **kwargs):
"""Load a context object from a request environment.
If keyword arguments are provided then they override the values in the
request environment.
:param environ: The environment dictionary associated with a request.
:type environ: dict
"""
# Load a new context object from the environment variables set by
# auth_token middleware. See:
# https://docs.openstack.org/keystonemiddleware/latest/api/keystonemiddleware.auth_token.html#what-auth-token-adds-to-the-request-for-use-by-the-openstack-service
# add kwarg if not specified by user from a list of possible headers
for k, v_list in _ENVIRON_HEADERS.items():
if k in kwargs:
continue
for v in v_list:
if v in environ:
kwargs[k] = environ[v]
break
if 'roles' not in kwargs:
roles = environ.get('HTTP_X_ROLES', environ.get('HTTP_X_ROLE'))
roles = [r.strip() for r in roles.split(',')] if roles else []
kwargs['roles'] = roles
if 'service_roles' not in kwargs:
roles = environ.get('HTTP_X_SERVICE_ROLES')
roles = [r.strip() for r in roles.split(',')] if roles else []
kwargs['service_roles'] = roles
if 'is_admin_project' not in kwargs:
# NOTE(jamielennox): we default is_admin_project to true because if
# nothing is provided we have to assume it is the admin project to
# make old policy continue to work.
is_admin_proj_str = environ.get('HTTP_X_IS_ADMIN_PROJECT', 'true')
kwargs['is_admin_project'] = is_admin_proj_str.lower() == 'true'
return cls(**kwargs)
def get_admin_context(show_deleted=False):
"""Create an administrator context."""
context = RequestContext(None,
project_id=None,
is_admin=True,
show_deleted=show_deleted,
overwrite=False)
return context
def get_context_from_function_and_args(function, args, kwargs):
"""Find an arg of type RequestContext and return it.
This is useful in a couple of decorators where we don't
know much about the function we're wrapping.
"""
for arg in itertools.chain(kwargs.values(), args):
if isinstance(arg, RequestContext):
return arg
return None
def is_user_context(context):
"""Indicates if the request context is a normal user."""
if not context or not isinstance(context, RequestContext):
return False
if context.is_admin:
return False
return True
def get_current():
"""Return this thread's current context
If no context is set, returns None
"""
return getattr(_request_store, 'context', None)
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