Source code for globus_sdk.authorizers.renewing

import abc
import logging
import time
import typing as t

from globus_sdk import exc, utils

from .base import GlobusAuthorizer

    from import OAuthTokenResponse

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
# Provides a buffer for token expiration time to account for
# possible delays or clock skew.

[docs]class RenewingAuthorizer(GlobusAuthorizer, metaclass=abc.ABCMeta): r""" A ``RenewingAuthorizer`` is an abstract superclass to any authorizer that needs to get new Access Tokens in order to form Authorization headers. It may be passed an initial Access Token, but if so must also be passed an expires_at value for that token. It provides methods that handle the logic for checking and adjusting expiration time, callbacks on renewal, and 401 handling. To make an authorizer that implements this class implement the _get_token_response and _extract_token_data methods for that authorization type, :param access_token: Initial Access Token to use, only used if ``expires_at`` is also set :type access_token: str, optional :param expires_at: Expiration time for the starting ``access_token`` expressed as a POSIX timestamp (i.e. seconds since the epoch) :type expires_at: int, optional :param on_refresh: A callback which is triggered any time this authorizer fetches a new access_token. The ``on_refresh`` callable is invoked on the :class:`OAuthTokenResponse <globus_sdk.OAuthTokenResponse>` object resulting from the token being refreshed. It should take only one argument, the token response object. This is useful for implementing storage for Access Tokens, as the ``on_refresh`` callback can be used to update the Access Tokens and their expiration times. :type on_refresh: callable, optional """ def __init__( self, access_token: t.Optional[str] = None, expires_at: t.Optional[int] = None, on_refresh: t.Optional[t.Callable[["OAuthTokenResponse"], t.Any]] = None, ): self._access_token = None self._access_token_hash = None "Setting up a RenewingAuthorizer. It will use an " "auth type of Bearer and can handle 401s." ) if (access_token is not None and expires_at is None) or ( access_token is None and expires_at is not None ): raise exc.GlobusSDKUsageError( "A RenewingAuthorizer cannot be initialized with one of " "access_token and expires_at. Either provide both or neither." ) self.access_token = access_token self.expires_at = expires_at self.on_refresh = on_refresh if self.access_token is not None: "RenewingAuthorizer will start by using access_token " f'with hash "{self._access_token_hash}"' ) # if data were unspecified, fetch a new access token else: "Creating RenewingAuthorizer without Access " "Token. Fetching initial token now." ) self._get_new_access_token() @property def access_token(self) -> t.Optional[str]: return self._access_token @access_token.setter def access_token(self, value: t.Optional[str]) -> None: self._access_token = value if value: self._access_token_hash = utils.sha256_string(value) @abc.abstractmethod def _get_token_response(self) -> "OAuthTokenResponse": """ Using whatever method the specific authorizer implementing this class does, get a new token response. """ @abc.abstractmethod def _extract_token_data(self, res: "OAuthTokenResponse") -> t.Dict[str, t.Any]: """ Given a token response object, get the first element of token_response.by_resource_server This method is expected to enforce that by_resource_server is only returning one access token, and return a ValueError otherwise. """ def _get_new_access_token(self) -> None: """ Given token data from _get_token_response and _extract_token_data, set the access token and expiration time, calculate the new token hash, and call on_refresh """ # get the first (and only) token res = self._get_token_response() token_data = self._extract_token_data(res) self.expires_at = token_data["expires_at_seconds"] self.access_token = token_data["access_token"] "RenewingAuthorizer.access_token updated to " f'token with hash "{self._access_token_hash}"' ) if callable(self.on_refresh): log.debug("will call on_refresh callback") self.on_refresh(res) log.debug("on_refresh callback finished") def ensure_valid_token(self) -> None: """ Check that the authorizer has a valid token. Checks that the token is set and that the expiration time is in the future. This is called implicitly by ``get_authorization_header``, but you can call it explicitly if you want to ensure that a token gets refreshed. This can be useful in order to get at a new, valid token via the ``on_refresh`` handler. """ log.debug("RenewingAuthorizer checking expiration time") if self.access_token is None: log.debug("RenewingAuthorizer has no token") else: if ( self.expires_at is not None and time.time() <= self.expires_at - EXPIRES_ADJUST_SECONDS ): log.debug("RenewingAuthorizer determined time has not yet expired") return else: log.debug("RenewingAuthorizer has a token, but it is expired") log.debug("RenewingAuthorizer fetching new Access Token") self._get_new_access_token()
[docs] def get_authorization_header(self) -> str: """ Check to see if a new token is needed and return "Bearer <access_token>" """ self.ensure_valid_token() log.debug(f'bearer token has hash "{self._access_token_hash}"') return f"Bearer {self.access_token}"
[docs] def handle_missing_authorization(self) -> bool: """ The renewing authorizer can respond to a service 401 by immediately invalidating its current Access Token. When this happens, the next call to ``set_authorization_header()`` will result in a new Access Token being fetched. """ log.debug( "RenewingAuthorizer seeing 401. Invalidating " "token and preparing for refresh." ) # None for expires_at invalidates any current token self.expires_at = None # respond True, as in "we took some action, the 401 *may* be resolved" return True