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7.5. Simple Read-Only, Lookup Example

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To illustrate the basics of implementing the User Storage SPI let’s walk through a simple example. In this chapter you’ll see the implementation of a simple UserStorageProvider that looks up users in a simple property file. The property file contains username and password definitions and is hardcoded to a specific location on the classpath. The provider will be able to look up the user by ID and username and also be able to validate passwords. Users that originate from this provider will be read-only.

7.5.1. Provider Class

The first thing we will walk through is the UserStorageProvider class.

public class PropertyFileUserStorageProvider implements
        UserStorageProvider,
        UserLookupProvider,
        CredentialInputValidator,
        CredentialInputUpdater
{
...
}

Our provider class, PropertyFileUserStorageProvider, implements many interfaces. It implements the UserStorageProvider as that is a base requirement of the SPI. It implements the UserLookupProvider interface because we want to be able to log in with users stored by this provider. It implements the CredentialInputValidator interface because we want to be able to validate passwords entered in using the login screen. Our property file is read-only. We implement the CredentialInputUpdater because we want to post an error condition when the user attempts to update his password.

    protected KeycloakSession session;
    protected Properties properties;
    protected ComponentModel model;
    // map of loaded users in this transaction
    protected Map<String, UserModel> loadedUsers = new HashMap<>();

    public PropertyFileUserStorageProvider(KeycloakSession session, ComponentModel model, Properties properties) {
        this.session = session;
        this.model = model;
        this.properties = properties;
    }

The constructor for this provider class is going to store the reference to the KeycloakSession, ComponentModel, and property file. We’ll use all of these later. Also notice that there is a map of loaded users. Whenever we find a user we will store it in this map so that we avoid re-creating it again within the same transaction. This is a good practice to follow as many providers will need to do this (that is, any provider that integrates with JPA). Remember also that provider class instances are created once per transaction and are closed after the transaction completes.

7.5.1.1. UserLookupProvider Implementation

    @Override
    public UserModel getUserByUsername(String username, RealmModel realm) {
        UserModel adapter = loadedUsers.get(username);
        if (adapter == null) {
            String password = properties.getProperty(username);
            if (password != null) {
                adapter = createAdapter(realm, username);
                loadedUsers.put(username, adapter);
            }
        }
        return adapter;
    }

    protected UserModel createAdapter(RealmModel realm, String username) {
        return new AbstractUserAdapter(session, realm, model) {
            @Override
            public String getUsername() {
                return username;
            }
        };
    }

    @Override
    public UserModel getUserById(String id, RealmModel realm) {
        StorageId storageId = new StorageId(id);
        String username = storageId.getExternalId();
        return getUserByUsername(username, realm);
    }

    @Override
    public UserModel getUserByEmail(String email, RealmModel realm) {
        return null;
    }

The getUserByUsername() method is invoked by the Red Hat Single Sign-On login page when a user logs in. In our implementation we first check the loadedUsers map to see if the user has already been loaded within this transaction. If it hasn’t been loaded we look in the property file for the username. If it exists we create an implementation of UserModel, store it in loadedUsers for future reference, and return this instance.

The createAdapter() method uses the helper class org.keycloak.storage.adapter.AbstractUserAdapter. This provides a base implementation for UserModel. It automatically generates a user id based on the required storage id format using the username of the user as the external id.

"f:" + component id + ":" + username

Every get method of AbstractUserAdapter either returns null or empty collections. However, methods that return role and group mappings will return the default roles and groups configured for the realm for every user. Every set method of AbstractUserAdapter will throw a org.keycloak.storage.ReadOnlyException. So if you attempt to modify the user in the admininstration console, you will get an error.

The getUserById() method parses the id parameter using the org.keycloak.storage.StorageId helper class. The StorageId.getExternalId() method is invoked to obtain the username embeded in the id parameter. The method then delegates to getUserByUsername().

Emails are not stored, so the getUserByEmail() method returns null.

7.5.1.2. CredentialInputValidator Implementation

Next let’s look at the method implementations for CredentialInputValidator.

    @Override
    public boolean isConfiguredFor(RealmModel realm, UserModel user, String credentialType) {
        String password = properties.getProperty(user.getUsername());
        return credentialType.equals(CredentialModel.PASSWORD) && password != null;
    }

    @Override
    public boolean supportsCredentialType(String credentialType) {
        return credentialType.equals(CredentialModel.PASSWORD);
    }

    @Override
    public boolean isValid(RealmModel realm, UserModel user, CredentialInput input) {
        if (!supportsCredentialType(input.getType())) return false;

        String password = properties.getProperty(user.getUsername());
        if (password == null) return false;
        return password.equals(input.getChallengeResponse());
    }

The isConfiguredFor() method is called by the runtime to determine if a specific credential type is configured for the user. This method checks to see that the password is set for the user.

The supportsCredentialType() method returns whether validation is supported for a specific credential type. We check to see if the credential type is password.

The isValid() method is responsible for validating passwords. The CredentialInput parameter is really just an abstract interface for all credential types. We make sure that we support the credential type and also that it is an instance of UserCredentialModel. When a user logs in through the login page, the plain text of the password input is put into an instance of UserCredentialModel. The isValid() method checks this value against the plain text password stored in the properties file. A return value of true means the password is valid.

7.5.1.3. CredentialInputUpdater Implementation

As noted before, the only reason we implement the CredentialInputUpdater interface in this example is to forbid modifications of user passwords. The reason we have to do this is because otherwise the runtime would allow the password to be overridden in Red Hat Single Sign-On local storage. We’ll talk more about this later in this chapter.

    @Override
    public boolean updateCredential(RealmModel realm, UserModel user, CredentialInput input) {
        if (input.getType().equals(CredentialModel.PASSWORD)) throw new ReadOnlyException("user is read only for this update");

        return false;
    }

    @Override
    public void disableCredentialType(RealmModel realm, UserModel user, String credentialType) {

    }

    @Override
    public Set<String> getDisableableCredentialTypes(RealmModel realm, UserModel user) {
        return Collections.EMPTY_SET;
    }

The updateCredential() method just checks to see if the credential type is password. If it is, a ReadOnlyException is thrown.

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