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<?php
/**
* @link http://www.yiiframework.com/
* @copyright Copyright (c) 2008 Yii Software LLC
* @license http://www.yiiframework.com/license/
*/
namespace yii\web;
use Yii;
use yii\base\Component;
use yii\base\InvalidConfigException;
use yii\base\InvalidValueException;
use yii\rbac\CheckAccessInterface;
/**
* User is the class for the `user` application component that manages the user authentication status.
*
* You may use [[isGuest]] to determine whether the current user is a guest or not.
* If the user is a guest, the [[identity]] property would return `null`. Otherwise, it would
* be an instance of [[IdentityInterface]].
*
* You may call various methods to change the user authentication status:
*
* - [[login()]]: sets the specified identity and remembers the authentication status in session and cookie;
* - [[logout()]]: marks the user as a guest and clears the relevant information from session and cookie;
* - [[setIdentity()]]: changes the user identity without touching session or cookie
* (this is best used in stateless RESTful API implementation).
*
* Note that User only maintains the user authentication status. It does NOT handle how to authenticate
* a user. The logic of how to authenticate a user should be done in the class implementing [[IdentityInterface]].
* You are also required to set [[identityClass]] with the name of this class.
*
* User is configured as an application component in [[\yii\web\Application]] by default.
* You can access that instance via `Yii::$app->user`.
*
* You can modify its configuration by adding an array to your application config under `components`
* as it is shown in the following example:
*
* ```php
* 'user' => [
* 'identityClass' => 'app\models\User', // User must implement the IdentityInterface
* 'enableAutoLogin' => true,
* // 'loginUrl' => ['user/login'],
* // ...
* ]
* ```
*
* @property string|int $id The unique identifier for the user. If `null`, it means the user is a guest. This
* property is read-only.
* @property IdentityInterface|null $identity The identity object associated with the currently logged-in
* user. `null` is returned if the user is not logged in (not authenticated).
* @property bool $isGuest Whether the current user is a guest. This property is read-only.
* @property string $returnUrl The URL that the user should be redirected to after login. Note that the type
* of this property differs in getter and setter. See [[getReturnUrl()]] and [[setReturnUrl()]] for details.
*
* @author Qiang Xue <qiang.xue@gmail.com>
* @since 2.0
*/
class User extends Component
{
const EVENT_BEFORE_LOGIN = 'beforeLogin';
const EVENT_AFTER_LOGIN = 'afterLogin';
const EVENT_BEFORE_LOGOUT = 'beforeLogout';
const EVENT_AFTER_LOGOUT = 'afterLogout';
/**
* @var string the class name of the [[identity]] object.
*/
public $identityClass;
/**
* @var bool whether to enable cookie-based login. Defaults to `false`.
* Note that this property will be ignored if [[enableSession]] is `false`.
*/
public $enableAutoLogin = false;
/**
* @var bool whether to use session to persist authentication status across multiple requests.
* You set this property to be `false` if your application is stateless, which is often the case
* for RESTful APIs.
*/
public $enableSession = true;
/**
* @var string|array the URL for login when [[loginRequired()]] is called.
* If an array is given, [[UrlManager::createUrl()]] will be called to create the corresponding URL.
* The first element of the array should be the route to the login action, and the rest of
* the name-value pairs are GET parameters used to construct the login URL. For example,
*
* ```php
* ['site/login', 'ref' => 1]
* ```
*
* If this property is `null`, a 403 HTTP exception will be raised when [[loginRequired()]] is called.
*/
public $loginUrl = ['site/login'];
/**
* @var array the configuration of the identity cookie. This property is used only when [[enableAutoLogin]] is `true`.
* @see Cookie
*/
public $identityCookie = ['name' => '_identity', 'httpOnly' => true];
/**
* @var int the number of seconds in which the user will be logged out automatically if he
* remains inactive. If this property is not set, the user will be logged out after
* the current session expires (c.f. [[Session::timeout]]).
* Note that this will not work if [[enableAutoLogin]] is `true`.
*/
public $authTimeout;
/**
* @var CheckAccessInterface The access checker to use for checking access.
* If not set the application auth manager will be used.
* @since 2.0.9
*/
public $accessChecker;
/**
* @var int the number of seconds in which the user will be logged out automatically
* regardless of activity.
* Note that this will not work if [[enableAutoLogin]] is `true`.
*/
public $absoluteAuthTimeout;
/**
* @var bool whether to automatically renew the identity cookie each time a page is requested.
* This property is effective only when [[enableAutoLogin]] is `true`.
* When this is `false`, the identity cookie will expire after the specified duration since the user
* is initially logged in. When this is `true`, the identity cookie will expire after the specified duration
* since the user visits the site the last time.
* @see enableAutoLogin
*/
public $autoRenewCookie = true;
/**
* @var string the session variable name used to store the value of [[id]].
*/
public $idParam = '__id';
/**
* @var string the session variable name used to store the value of expiration timestamp of the authenticated state.
* This is used when [[authTimeout]] is set.
*/
public $authTimeoutParam = '__expire';
/**
* @var string the session variable name used to store the value of absolute expiration timestamp of the authenticated state.
* This is used when [[absoluteAuthTimeout]] is set.
*/
public $absoluteAuthTimeoutParam = '__absoluteExpire';
/**
* @var string the session variable name used to store the value of [[returnUrl]].
*/
public $returnUrlParam = '__returnUrl';
/**
* @var array MIME types for which this component should redirect to the [[loginUrl]].
* @since 2.0.8
*/
public $acceptableRedirectTypes = ['text/html', 'application/xhtml+xml'];
private $_access = [];
/**
* Initializes the application component.
*/
public function init()
{
parent::init();
if ($this->identityClass === null) {
throw new InvalidConfigException('User::identityClass must be set.');
}
if ($this->enableAutoLogin && !isset($this->identityCookie['name'])) {
throw new InvalidConfigException('User::identityCookie must contain the "name" element.');
}
if (!empty($this->accessChecker) && is_string($this->accessChecker)) {
$this->accessChecker = Yii::createObject($this->accessChecker);
}
}
private $_identity = false;
/**
* Returns the identity object associated with the currently logged-in user.
* When [[enableSession]] is true, this method may attempt to read the user's authentication data
* stored in session and reconstruct the corresponding identity object, if it has not done so before.
* @param bool $autoRenew whether to automatically renew authentication status if it has not been done so before.
* This is only useful when [[enableSession]] is true.
* @return IdentityInterface|null the identity object associated with the currently logged-in user.
* `null` is returned if the user is not logged in (not authenticated).
* @see login()
* @see logout()
*/
public function getIdentity($autoRenew = true)
{
if ($this->_identity === false) {
if ($this->enableSession && $autoRenew) {
try {
$this->_identity = null;
$this->renewAuthStatus();
} catch (\Exception $e) {
$this->_identity = false;
throw $e;
} catch (\Throwable $e) {
$this->_identity = false;
throw $e;
}
} else {
return null;
}
}
return $this->_identity;
}
/**
* Sets the user identity object.
*
* Note that this method does not deal with session or cookie. You should usually use [[switchIdentity()]]
* to change the identity of the current user.
*
* @param IdentityInterface|null $identity the identity object associated with the currently logged user.
* If null, it means the current user will be a guest without any associated identity.
* @throws InvalidValueException if `$identity` object does not implement [[IdentityInterface]].
*/
public function setIdentity($identity)
{
if ($identity instanceof IdentityInterface) {
$this->_identity = $identity;
} elseif ($identity === null) {
$this->_identity = null;
} else {
throw new InvalidValueException('The identity object must implement IdentityInterface.');
}
$this->_access = [];
}
/**
* Logs in a user.
*
* After logging in a user:
* - the user's identity information is obtainable from the [[identity]] property
*
* If [[enableSession]] is `true`:
* - the identity information will be stored in session and be available in the next requests
* - in case of `$duration == 0`: as long as the session remains active or till the user closes the browser
* - in case of `$duration > 0`: as long as the session remains active or as long as the cookie
* remains valid by it's `$duration` in seconds when [[enableAutoLogin]] is set `true`.
*
* If [[enableSession]] is `false`:
* - the `$duration` parameter will be ignored
*
* @param IdentityInterface $identity the user identity (which should already be authenticated)
* @param int $duration number of seconds that the user can remain in logged-in status, defaults to `0`
* @return bool whether the user is logged in
*/
public function login(IdentityInterface $identity, $duration = 0)
{
if ($this->beforeLogin($identity, false, $duration)) {
$this->switchIdentity($identity, $duration);
$id = $identity->getId();
$ip = Yii::$app->getRequest()->getUserIP();
if ($this->enableSession) {
$log = "User '$id' logged in from $ip with duration $duration.";
} else {
$log = "User '$id' logged in from $ip. Session not enabled.";
}
$this->regenerateCsrfToken();
Yii::info($log, __METHOD__);
$this->afterLogin($identity, false, $duration);
}
return !$this->getIsGuest();
}
/**
* Regenerates CSRF token
*
* @since 2.0.14.2
*/
protected function regenerateCsrfToken()
{
$request = Yii::$app->getRequest();
if ($request->enableCsrfCookie || $this->enableSession) {
$request->getCsrfToken(true);
}
}
/**
* Logs in a user by the given access token.
* This method will first authenticate the user by calling [[IdentityInterface::findIdentityByAccessToken()]]
* with the provided access token. If successful, it will call [[login()]] to log in the authenticated user.
* If authentication fails or [[login()]] is unsuccessful, it will return null.
* @param string $token the access token
* @param mixed $type the type of the token. The value of this parameter depends on the implementation.
* For example, [[\yii\filters\auth\HttpBearerAuth]] will set this parameter to be `yii\filters\auth\HttpBearerAuth`.
* @return IdentityInterface|null the identity associated with the given access token. Null is returned if
* the access token is invalid or [[login()]] is unsuccessful.
*/
public function loginByAccessToken($token, $type = null)
{
/* @var $class IdentityInterface */
$class = $this->identityClass;
$identity = $class::findIdentityByAccessToken($token, $type);
if ($identity && $this->login($identity)) {
return $identity;
}
return null;
}
/**
* Logs in a user by cookie.
*
* This method attempts to log in a user using the ID and authKey information
* provided by the [[identityCookie|identity cookie]].
*/
protected function loginByCookie()
{
$data = $this->getIdentityAndDurationFromCookie();
if (isset($data['identity'], $data['duration'])) {
$identity = $data['identity'];
$duration = $data['duration'];
if ($this->beforeLogin($identity, true, $duration)) {
$this->switchIdentity($identity, $this->autoRenewCookie ? $duration : 0);
$id = $identity->getId();
$ip = Yii::$app->getRequest()->getUserIP();
Yii::info("User '$id' logged in from $ip via cookie.", __METHOD__);
$this->afterLogin($identity, true, $duration);
}
}
}
/**
* Logs out the current user.
* This will remove authentication-related session data.
* If `$destroySession` is true, all session data will be removed.
* @param bool $destroySession whether to destroy the whole session. Defaults to true.
* This parameter is ignored if [[enableSession]] is false.
* @return bool whether the user is logged out
*/
public function logout($destroySession = true)
{
$identity = $this->getIdentity();
if ($identity !== null && $this->beforeLogout($identity)) {
$this->switchIdentity(null);
$id = $identity->getId();
$ip = Yii::$app->getRequest()->getUserIP();
Yii::info("User '$id' logged out from $ip.", __METHOD__);
if ($destroySession && $this->enableSession) {
Yii::$app->getSession()->destroy();
}
$this->afterLogout($identity);
}
return $this->getIsGuest();
}
/**
* Returns a value indicating whether the user is a guest (not authenticated).
* @return bool whether the current user is a guest.
* @see getIdentity()
*/
public function getIsGuest()
{
return $this->getIdentity() === null;
}
/**
* Returns a value that uniquely represents the user.
* @return string|int the unique identifier for the user. If `null`, it means the user is a guest.
* @see getIdentity()
*/
public function getId()
{
$identity = $this->getIdentity();
return $identity !== null ? $identity->getId() : null;
}
/**
* Returns the URL that the browser should be redirected to after successful login.
*
* This method reads the return URL from the session. It is usually used by the login action which
* may call this method to redirect the browser to where it goes after successful authentication.
*
* @param string|array $defaultUrl the default return URL in case it was not set previously.
* If this is null and the return URL was not set previously, [[Application::homeUrl]] will be redirected to.
* Please refer to [[setReturnUrl()]] on accepted format of the URL.
* @return string the URL that the user should be redirected to after login.
* @see loginRequired()
*/
public function getReturnUrl($defaultUrl = null)
{
$url = Yii::$app->getSession()->get($this->returnUrlParam, $defaultUrl);
if (is_array($url)) {
if (isset($url[0])) {
return Yii::$app->getUrlManager()->createUrl($url);
}
$url = null;
}
return $url === null ? Yii::$app->getHomeUrl() : $url;
}
/**
* Remembers the URL in the session so that it can be retrieved back later by [[getReturnUrl()]].
* @param string|array $url the URL that the user should be redirected to after login.
* If an array is given, [[UrlManager::createUrl()]] will be called to create the corresponding URL.
* The first element of the array should be the route, and the rest of
* the name-value pairs are GET parameters used to construct the URL. For example,
*
* ```php
* ['admin/index', 'ref' => 1]
* ```
*/
public function setReturnUrl($url)
{
Yii::$app->getSession()->set($this->returnUrlParam, $url);
}
/**
* Redirects the user browser to the login page.
*
* Before the redirection, the current URL (if it's not an AJAX url) will be kept as [[returnUrl]] so that
* the user browser may be redirected back to the current page after successful login.
*
* Make sure you set [[loginUrl]] so that the user browser can be redirected to the specified login URL after
* calling this method.
*
* Note that when [[loginUrl]] is set, calling this method will NOT terminate the application execution.
*
* @param bool $checkAjax whether to check if the request is an AJAX request. When this is true and the request
* is an AJAX request, the current URL (for AJAX request) will NOT be set as the return URL.
* @param bool $checkAcceptHeader whether to check if the request accepts HTML responses. Defaults to `true`. When this is true and
* the request does not accept HTML responses the current URL will not be SET as the return URL. Also instead of
* redirecting the user an ForbiddenHttpException is thrown. This parameter is available since version 2.0.8.
* @return Response the redirection response if [[loginUrl]] is set
* @throws ForbiddenHttpException the "Access Denied" HTTP exception if [[loginUrl]] is not set or a redirect is
* not applicable.
*/
public function loginRequired($checkAjax = true, $checkAcceptHeader = true)
{
$request = Yii::$app->getRequest();
$canRedirect = !$checkAcceptHeader || $this->checkRedirectAcceptable();
if ($this->enableSession
&& $request->getIsGet()
&& (!$checkAjax || !$request->getIsAjax())
&& $canRedirect
) {
$this->setReturnUrl($request->getUrl());
}
if ($this->loginUrl !== null && $canRedirect) {
$loginUrl = (array) $this->loginUrl;
if ($loginUrl[0] !== Yii::$app->requestedRoute) {
return Yii::$app->getResponse()->redirect($this->loginUrl);
}
}
throw new ForbiddenHttpException(Yii::t('yii', 'Login Required'));
}
/**
* This method is called before logging in a user.
* The default implementation will trigger the [[EVENT_BEFORE_LOGIN]] event.
* If you override this method, make sure you call the parent implementation
* so that the event is triggered.
* @param IdentityInterface $identity the user identity information
* @param bool $cookieBased whether the login is cookie-based
* @param int $duration number of seconds that the user can remain in logged-in status.
* If 0, it means login till the user closes the browser or the session is manually destroyed.
* @return bool whether the user should continue to be logged in
*/
protected function beforeLogin($identity, $cookieBased, $duration)
{
$event = new UserEvent([
'identity' => $identity,
'cookieBased' => $cookieBased,
'duration' => $duration,
]);
$this->trigger(self::EVENT_BEFORE_LOGIN, $event);
return $event->isValid;
}
/**
* This method is called after the user is successfully logged in.
* The default implementation will trigger the [[EVENT_AFTER_LOGIN]] event.
* If you override this method, make sure you call the parent implementation
* so that the event is triggered.
* @param IdentityInterface $identity the user identity information
* @param bool $cookieBased whether the login is cookie-based
* @param int $duration number of seconds that the user can remain in logged-in status.
* If 0, it means login till the user closes the browser or the session is manually destroyed.
*/
protected function afterLogin($identity, $cookieBased, $duration)
{
$this->trigger(self::EVENT_AFTER_LOGIN, new UserEvent([
'identity' => $identity,
'cookieBased' => $cookieBased,
'duration' => $duration,
]));
}
/**
* This method is invoked when calling [[logout()]] to log out a user.
* The default implementation will trigger the [[EVENT_BEFORE_LOGOUT]] event.
* If you override this method, make sure you call the parent implementation
* so that the event is triggered.
* @param IdentityInterface $identity the user identity information
* @return bool whether the user should continue to be logged out
*/
protected function beforeLogout($identity)
{
$event = new UserEvent([
'identity' => $identity,
]);
$this->trigger(self::EVENT_BEFORE_LOGOUT, $event);
return $event->isValid;
}
/**
* This method is invoked right after a user is logged out via [[logout()]].
* The default implementation will trigger the [[EVENT_AFTER_LOGOUT]] event.
* If you override this method, make sure you call the parent implementation
* so that the event is triggered.
* @param IdentityInterface $identity the user identity information
*/
protected function afterLogout($identity)
{
$this->trigger(self::EVENT_AFTER_LOGOUT, new UserEvent([
'identity' => $identity,
]));
}
/**
* Renews the identity cookie.
* This method will set the expiration time of the identity cookie to be the current time
* plus the originally specified cookie duration.
*/
protected function renewIdentityCookie()
{
$name = $this->identityCookie['name'];
$value = Yii::$app->getRequest()->getCookies()->getValue($name);
if ($value !== null) {
$data = json_decode($value, true);
if (is_array($data) && isset($data[2])) {
$cookie = Yii::createObject(array_merge($this->identityCookie, [
'class' => 'yii\web\Cookie',
'value' => $value,
'expire' => time() + (int) $data[2],
]));
Yii::$app->getResponse()->getCookies()->add($cookie);
}
}
}
/**
* Sends an identity cookie.
* This method is used when [[enableAutoLogin]] is true.
* It saves [[id]], [[IdentityInterface::getAuthKey()|auth key]], and the duration of cookie-based login
* information in the cookie.
* @param IdentityInterface $identity
* @param int $duration number of seconds that the user can remain in logged-in status.
* @see loginByCookie()
*/
protected function sendIdentityCookie($identity, $duration)
{
$cookie = Yii::createObject(array_merge($this->identityCookie, [
'class' => 'yii\web\Cookie',
'value' => json_encode([
$identity->getId(),
$identity->getAuthKey(),
$duration,
], JSON_UNESCAPED_SLASHES | JSON_UNESCAPED_UNICODE),
'expire' => time() + $duration,
]));
Yii::$app->getResponse()->getCookies()->add($cookie);
}
/**
* Determines if an identity cookie has a valid format and contains a valid auth key.
* This method is used when [[enableAutoLogin]] is true.
* This method attempts to authenticate a user using the information in the identity cookie.
* @return array|null Returns an array of 'identity' and 'duration' if valid, otherwise null.
* @see loginByCookie()
* @since 2.0.9
*/
protected function getIdentityAndDurationFromCookie()
{
$value = Yii::$app->getRequest()->getCookies()->getValue($this->identityCookie['name']);
if ($value === null) {
return null;
}
$data = json_decode($value, true);
if (is_array($data) && count($data) == 3) {
list($id, $authKey, $duration) = $data;
/* @var $class IdentityInterface */
$class = $this->identityClass;
$identity = $class::findIdentity($id);
if ($identity !== null) {
if (!$identity instanceof IdentityInterface) {
throw new InvalidValueException("$class::findIdentity() must return an object implementing IdentityInterface.");
} elseif (!$identity->validateAuthKey($authKey)) {
Yii::warning("Invalid auth key attempted for user '$id': $authKey", __METHOD__);
} else {
return ['identity' => $identity, 'duration' => $duration];
}
}
}
$this->removeIdentityCookie();
return null;
}
/**
* Removes the identity cookie.
* This method is used when [[enableAutoLogin]] is true.
* @since 2.0.9
*/
protected function removeIdentityCookie()
{
Yii::$app->getResponse()->getCookies()->remove(Yii::createObject(array_merge($this->identityCookie, [
'class' => 'yii\web\Cookie',
])));
}
/**
* Switches to a new identity for the current user.
*
* When [[enableSession]] is true, this method may use session and/or cookie to store the user identity information,
* according to the value of `$duration`. Please refer to [[login()]] for more details.
*
* This method is mainly called by [[login()]], [[logout()]] and [[loginByCookie()]]
* when the current user needs to be associated with the corresponding identity information.
*
* @param IdentityInterface|null $identity the identity information to be associated with the current user.
* If null, it means switching the current user to be a guest.
* @param int $duration number of seconds that the user can remain in logged-in status.
* This parameter is used only when `$identity` is not null.
*/
public function switchIdentity($identity, $duration = 0)
{
$this->setIdentity($identity);
if (!$this->enableSession) {
return;
}
/* Ensure any existing identity cookies are removed. */
if ($this->enableAutoLogin && ($this->autoRenewCookie || $identity === null)) {
$this->removeIdentityCookie();
}
$session = Yii::$app->getSession();
if (!YII_ENV_TEST) {
$session->regenerateID(true);
}
$session->remove($this->idParam);
$session->remove($this->authTimeoutParam);
if ($identity) {
$session->set($this->idParam, $identity->getId());
if ($this->authTimeout !== null) {
$session->set($this->authTimeoutParam, time() + $this->authTimeout);
}
if ($this->absoluteAuthTimeout !== null) {
$session->set($this->absoluteAuthTimeoutParam, time() + $this->absoluteAuthTimeout);
}
if ($this->enableAutoLogin && $duration > 0) {
$this->sendIdentityCookie($identity, $duration);
}
}
}
/**
* Updates the authentication status using the information from session and cookie.
*
* This method will try to determine the user identity using the [[idParam]] session variable.
*
* If [[authTimeout]] is set, this method will refresh the timer.
*
* If the user identity cannot be determined by session, this method will try to [[loginByCookie()|login by cookie]]
* if [[enableAutoLogin]] is true.
*/
protected function renewAuthStatus()
{
$session = Yii::$app->getSession();
$id = $session->getHasSessionId() || $session->getIsActive() ? $session->get($this->idParam) : null;
if ($id === null) {
$identity = null;
} else {
/* @var $class IdentityInterface */
$class = $this->identityClass;
$identity = $class::findIdentity($id);
}
$this->setIdentity($identity);
if ($identity !== null && ($this->authTimeout !== null || $this->absoluteAuthTimeout !== null)) {
$expire = $this->authTimeout !== null ? $session->get($this->authTimeoutParam) : null;
$expireAbsolute = $this->absoluteAuthTimeout !== null ? $session->get($this->absoluteAuthTimeoutParam) : null;
if ($expire !== null && $expire < time() || $expireAbsolute !== null && $expireAbsolute < time()) {
$this->logout(false);
} elseif ($this->authTimeout !== null) {
$session->set($this->authTimeoutParam, time() + $this->authTimeout);
}
}
if ($this->enableAutoLogin) {
if ($this->getIsGuest()) {
$this->loginByCookie();
} elseif ($this->autoRenewCookie) {
$this->renewIdentityCookie();
}
}
}
/**
* Checks if the user can perform the operation as specified by the given permission.
*
* Note that you must configure "authManager" application component in order to use this method.
* Otherwise it will always return false.
*
* @param string $permissionName the name of the permission (e.g. "edit post") that needs access check.
* @param array $params name-value pairs that would be passed to the rules associated
* with the roles and permissions assigned to the user.
* @param bool $allowCaching whether to allow caching the result of access check.
* When this parameter is true (default), if the access check of an operation was performed
* before, its result will be directly returned when calling this method to check the same
* operation. If this parameter is false, this method will always call
* [[\yii\rbac\CheckAccessInterface::checkAccess()]] to obtain the up-to-date access result. Note that this
* caching is effective only within the same request and only works when `$params = []`.
* @return bool whether the user can perform the operation as specified by the given permission.
*/
public function can($permissionName, $params = [], $allowCaching = true)
{
if ($allowCaching && empty($params) && isset($this->_access[$permissionName])) {
return $this->_access[$permissionName];
}
if (($accessChecker = $this->getAccessChecker()) === null) {
return false;
}
$access = $accessChecker->checkAccess($this->getId(), $permissionName, $params);
if ($allowCaching && empty($params)) {
$this->_access[$permissionName] = $access;
}
return $access;
}
/**
* Checks if the `Accept` header contains a content type that allows redirection to the login page.
* The login page is assumed to serve `text/html` or `application/xhtml+xml` by default. You can change acceptable
* content types by modifying [[acceptableRedirectTypes]] property.
* @return bool whether this request may be redirected to the login page.
* @see acceptableRedirectTypes
* @since 2.0.8
*/
protected function checkRedirectAcceptable()
{
$acceptableTypes = Yii::$app->getRequest()->getAcceptableContentTypes();
if (empty($acceptableTypes) || count($acceptableTypes) === 1 && array_keys($acceptableTypes)[0] === '*/*') {
return true;
}
foreach ($acceptableTypes as $type => $params) {
if (in_array($type, $this->acceptableRedirectTypes, true)) {
return true;
}
}
return false;
}
/**
* Returns auth manager associated with the user component.
*
* By default this is the `authManager` application component.
* You may override this method to return a different auth manager instance if needed.
* @return \yii\rbac\ManagerInterface
* @since 2.0.6
* @deprecated since version 2.0.9, to be removed in 2.1. Use [[getAccessChecker()]] instead.
*/
protected function getAuthManager()
{
return Yii::$app->getAuthManager();
}
/**
* Returns the access checker used for checking access.
* @return CheckAccessInterface
* @since 2.0.9
*/
protected function getAccessChecker()
{
return $this->accessChecker !== null ? $this->accessChecker : $this->getAuthManager();
}
}