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# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
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import datetime
import uuid
import mock
from oslo_utils import timeutils
from six.moves import range
from testtools import matchers
from keystone.common import utils
import keystone.conf
from keystone import exception
from keystone.models import revoke_model
from keystone.revoke.backends import sql
from keystone.tests import unit
from keystone.tests.unit import ksfixtures
from keystone.tests.unit import test_backend_sql
from keystone.token.providers import common
CONF = keystone.conf.CONF
def _future_time():
expire_delta = datetime.timedelta(seconds=1000)
future_time = timeutils.utcnow() + expire_delta
return future_time
def _past_time():
expire_delta = datetime.timedelta(days=-1000)
past_time = timeutils.utcnow() + expire_delta
return past_time
def _sample_blank_token():
issued_delta = datetime.timedelta(minutes=-2)
issued_at = timeutils.utcnow() + issued_delta
token_data = revoke_model.blank_token_data(issued_at)
return token_data
def _sample_data():
user_ids = []
project_ids = []
role_ids = []
for i in range(0, 3):
user_ids.append(uuid.uuid4().hex)
project_ids.append(uuid.uuid4().hex)
role_ids.append(uuid.uuid4().hex)
# For testing purposes, create 3 project tokens with a different user_id,
# role_id, and project_id which will be used to verify that revoking by
# grant on certain user_id, project_id, and role_id pairs leaves these
# project_tokens unrevoked if only one of the revoked columns are matched
# but not all of them as the expected behavior dictates
project_tokens = []
i = len(project_tokens)
project_tokens.append(_sample_blank_token())
project_tokens[i]['user_id'] = user_ids[1]
project_tokens[i]['project_id'] = project_ids[0]
project_tokens[i]['roles'] = [role_ids[0]]
i = len(project_tokens)
project_tokens.append(_sample_blank_token())
project_tokens[i]['user_id'] = user_ids[0]
project_tokens[i]['project_id'] = project_ids[1]
project_tokens[i]['roles'] = [role_ids[0]]
i = len(project_tokens)
project_tokens.append(_sample_blank_token())
project_tokens[i]['user_id'] = user_ids[0]
project_tokens[i]['project_id'] = project_ids[0]
project_tokens[i]['roles'] = [role_ids[1]]
return user_ids, project_ids, role_ids, project_tokens
def _matches(event, token_values):
"""See if the token matches the revocation event.
Used as a secondary check on the logic to Check
By Tree Below: This is abrute force approach to checking.
Compare each attribute from the event with the corresponding
value from the token. If the event does not have a value for
the attribute, a match is still possible. If the event has a
value for the attribute, and it does not match the token, no match
is possible, so skip the remaining checks.
:param event: one revocation event to match
:param token_values: dictionary with set of values taken from the
token
:returns: True if the token matches the revocation event, indicating the
token has been revoked
"""
# The token has three attributes that can match the user_id
if event.user_id is not None:
for attribute_name in ['user_id', 'trustor_id', 'trustee_id']:
if event.user_id == token_values[attribute_name]:
break
else:
return False
# The token has two attributes that can match the domain_id
if event.domain_id is not None:
for attribute_name in ['identity_domain_id', 'assignment_domain_id']:
if event.domain_id == token_values[attribute_name]:
break
else:
return False
if event.domain_scope_id is not None:
if event.domain_scope_id != token_values['assignment_domain_id']:
return False
# If any one check does not match, the while token does
# not match the event. The numerous return False indicate
# that the token is still valid and short-circuits the
# rest of the logic.
attribute_names = ['project_id',
'expires_at', 'trust_id', 'consumer_id',
'access_token_id', 'audit_id', 'audit_chain_id']
for attribute_name in attribute_names:
if getattr(event, attribute_name) is not None:
if (getattr(event, attribute_name) !=
token_values[attribute_name]):
return False
if event.role_id is not None:
roles = token_values['roles']
for role in roles:
if event.role_id == role:
break
else:
return False
if token_values['issued_at'] > event.issued_before:
return False
return True
class RevokeTests(object):
def _assertTokenRevoked(self, events, token_data):
backend = sql.Revoke()
if events:
self.assertTrue(revoke_model.is_revoked(events, token_data),
'Token should be revoked')
return self.assertTrue(
revoke_model.is_revoked(backend.list_events(token=token_data),
token_data), 'Token should be revoked')
def _assertTokenNotRevoked(self, events, token_data):
backend = sql.Revoke()
if events:
self.assertTrue(revoke_model.is_revoked(events, token_data),
'Token should be revoked')
return self.assertFalse(
revoke_model.is_revoked(backend.list_events(token=token_data),
token_data), 'Token should not be revoked')
def test_list(self):
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_user(user_id=1)
self.assertEqual(1, len(self.revoke_api.list_events()))
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_user(user_id=2)
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.revoke_api.list_events()))
def test_list_since(self):
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_user(user_id=1)
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_user(user_id=2)
past = timeutils.utcnow() - datetime.timedelta(seconds=1000)
self.assertEqual(2, len(self.revoke_api.list_events(last_fetch=past)))
future = timeutils.utcnow() + datetime.timedelta(seconds=1000)
self.assertEqual(0,
len(self.revoke_api.list_events(last_fetch=future)))
def test_list_revoked_user(self):
revocation_backend = sql.Revoke()
events = []
# This simulates creating a token for a specific user. When we revoke
# the token we should have a single revocation event in the list. We
# are going to assert that the token values match the only revocation
# event in the backend.
first_token = _sample_blank_token()
first_token['user_id'] = uuid.uuid4().hex
add_event(
events, revoke_model.RevokeEvent(user_id=first_token['user_id'])
)
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_user(user_id=first_token['user_id'])
self._assertTokenRevoked(events, first_token)
self.assertEqual(
1, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=first_token))
)
# This simulates creating a separate token for a separate user. We are
# going to revoke the token just like we did for the previous token.
# We should have two revocation events stored in the backend but only
# one should match the values of the second token.
second_token = _sample_blank_token()
second_token['user_id'] = uuid.uuid4().hex
add_event(
events, revoke_model.RevokeEvent(user_id=second_token['user_id'])
)
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_user(user_id=second_token['user_id'])
self._assertTokenRevoked(events, second_token)
self.assertEqual(
1, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=second_token))
)
# This simulates creating another separate token for a separate user,
# but we're not going to issue a revocation event. Even though we have
# two revocation events persisted in the backend, neither of them
# should match the values of the third token. If they did - our
# revocation event matching would be too heavy handed, which would
# result in over-generalized revocation patterns.
third_token = _sample_blank_token()
third_token['user_id'] = uuid.uuid4().hex
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(events, third_token)
self.assertEqual(
0, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=third_token))
)
# This gets a token but overrides the user_id of the token to be None.
# Technically this should never happen because tokens must belong to
# a user. What we're testing here is that the two revocation events
# we've created won't match None values for the user_id.
fourth_token = _sample_blank_token()
fourth_token['user_id'] = None
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(events, fourth_token)
self.assertEqual(
0, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=fourth_token))
)
def test_list_revoked_project(self):
revocation_backend = sql.Revoke()
events = []
token = _sample_blank_token()
# Create a token for a project, revoke token, check the token we
# created has been revoked, and check the list returned a match for
# the token when passed in.
first_token = _sample_blank_token()
first_token['project_id'] = uuid.uuid4().hex
add_event(events, revoke_model.RevokeEvent(
project_id=first_token['project_id']))
revocation_backend.revoke(revoke_model.RevokeEvent(
project_id=first_token['project_id']))
self._assertTokenRevoked(events, first_token)
self.assertEqual(1, len(revocation_backend.list_events(
token=first_token)))
# Create a second token, revoke it, check the token has been revoked,
# and check the list to make sure that even though we now have 2
# revoked events in the revocation list, it will only return 1 because
# only one match for our second_token should exist
second_token = _sample_blank_token()
second_token['project_id'] = uuid.uuid4().hex
add_event(events, revoke_model.RevokeEvent(
project_id=second_token['project_id']))
revocation_backend.revoke(revoke_model.RevokeEvent(
project_id=second_token['project_id']))
self._assertTokenRevoked(events, second_token)
self.assertEqual(
1, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=second_token)))
# This gets a token but overrides project_id of the token to be None.
# We expect that since there are two events which both have populated
# project_ids, this should not match this third_token with any other
# event in the list so we should recieve 0
third_token = _sample_blank_token()
third_token['project_id'] = None
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(events, token)
self.assertEqual(0, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=token)))
def test_list_revoked_audit(self):
revocation_backend = sql.Revoke()
events = []
# Create a token with audit_id set, revoke it, check it is revoked,
# check to make sure that list_events matches the token to the event we
# just revoked.
first_token = _sample_blank_token()
first_token['audit_id'] = common.random_urlsafe_str()
add_event(events, revoke_model.RevokeEvent(
audit_id=first_token['audit_id']))
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_audit_id(
audit_id=first_token['audit_id'])
self._assertTokenRevoked(events, first_token)
self.assertEqual(
1, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=first_token)))
# Create a second token, revoke it, check it is revoked, check to make
# sure that list events only finds 1 match since there are 2 and they
# dont both have different populated audit_id fields
second_token = _sample_blank_token()
second_token['audit_id'] = common.random_urlsafe_str()
add_event(events, revoke_model.RevokeEvent(
audit_id=second_token['audit_id']))
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_audit_id(
audit_id=second_token['audit_id'])
self._assertTokenRevoked(events, second_token)
self.assertEqual(
1, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=second_token)))
# Create a third token with audit_id set to None to make sure that
# since there are no events currently revoked with audit_id None this
# finds no matches
third_token = _sample_blank_token()
third_token['audit_id'] = None
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(events, third_token)
self.assertEqual(
0, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=third_token)))
def test_list_revoked_since(self):
revocation_backend = sql.Revoke()
token = _sample_blank_token()
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_user(user_id=None)
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_user(user_id=None)
self.assertEqual(2, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=token)))
future = timeutils.utcnow() + datetime.timedelta(seconds=1000)
token['issued_at'] = future
self.assertEqual(0, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=token)))
def test_list_revoked_multiple_filters(self):
revocation_backend = sql.Revoke()
events = []
# create token that sets key/value filters in list_revoked
first_token = _sample_blank_token()
first_token['user_id'] = uuid.uuid4().hex
first_token['project_id'] = uuid.uuid4().hex
first_token['audit_id'] = common.random_urlsafe_str()
# revoke event and then verify that that there is only one revocation
# and verify the only revoked event is the token
add_event(events, revoke_model.RevokeEvent(
user_id=first_token['user_id'],
project_id=first_token['project_id'],
audit_id=first_token['audit_id']))
self.revoke_api.revoke(revoke_model.RevokeEvent(
user_id=first_token['user_id'],
project_id=first_token['project_id'],
audit_id=first_token['audit_id']))
self._assertTokenRevoked(events, first_token)
self.assertEqual(
1, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=first_token)))
# If a token has None values which the event contains it shouldn't
# match and not be revoked
second_token = _sample_blank_token()
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(events, second_token)
self.assertEqual(
0, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=second_token)))
# If an event column and corresponding dict value don't match, Then
# it should not add the event in the list. Demonstrate for project
third_token = _sample_blank_token()
third_token['project_id'] = uuid.uuid4().hex
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(events, third_token)
self.assertEqual(
0, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=third_token)))
# A revoked event with user_id as null and token user_id non null
# should still be return an event and be revoked if other non null
# event fields match non null token fields
fourth_token = _sample_blank_token()
fourth_token['user_id'] = uuid.uuid4().hex
fourth_token['project_id'] = uuid.uuid4().hex
fourth_token['audit_id'] = common.random_urlsafe_str()
add_event(events, revoke_model.RevokeEvent(
project_id=fourth_token['project_id'],
audit_id=fourth_token['audit_id']))
self.revoke_api.revoke(revoke_model.RevokeEvent(
project_id=fourth_token['project_id'],
audit_id=fourth_token['audit_id']))
self._assertTokenRevoked(events, fourth_token)
self.assertEqual(
1, len(revocation_backend.list_events(token=fourth_token)))
def _user_field_test(self, field_name):
token = _sample_blank_token()
token[field_name] = uuid.uuid4().hex
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_user(user_id=token[field_name])
self._assertTokenRevoked(None, token)
token2 = _sample_blank_token()
token2[field_name] = uuid.uuid4().hex
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(None, token2)
def test_revoke_by_user(self):
self._user_field_test('user_id')
def test_revoke_by_user_matches_trustee(self):
self._user_field_test('trustee_id')
def test_revoke_by_user_matches_trustor(self):
self._user_field_test('trustor_id')
def test_revoke_by_audit_id(self):
token = _sample_blank_token()
# Audit ID and Audit Chain ID are populated with the same value
# if the token is an original token
token['audit_id'] = uuid.uuid4().hex
token['audit_chain_id'] = token['audit_id']
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_audit_id(audit_id=token['audit_id'])
self._assertTokenRevoked(None, token)
token2 = _sample_blank_token()
token2['audit_id'] = uuid.uuid4().hex
token2['audit_chain_id'] = token2['audit_id']
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(None, token2)
def test_by_project_grant(self):
user_ids, project_ids, role_ids, project_tokens = _sample_data()
token1 = _sample_blank_token()
token1['roles'] = role_ids[0]
token1['user_id'] = user_ids[0]
token1['project_id'] = project_ids[0]
token2 = _sample_blank_token()
token2['roles'] = role_ids[1]
token2['user_id'] = user_ids[1]
token2['project_id'] = project_ids[1]
token3 = _sample_blank_token()
token3['roles'] = [role_ids[0],
role_ids[1],
role_ids[2]]
token3['user_id'] = user_ids[2]
token3['project_id'] = project_ids[2]
# Check that all tokens are revoked at the start
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(None, token1)
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(None, token2)
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(None, token3)
for token in project_tokens:
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(None, token)
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_grant(role_id=role_ids[0],
user_id=user_ids[0],
project_id=project_ids[0])
# Only the first token should be revoked
self._assertTokenRevoked(None, token1)
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(None, token2)
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(None, token3)
for token in project_tokens:
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(None, token)
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_grant(role_id=role_ids[1],
user_id=user_ids[1],
project_id=project_ids[1])
# Tokens 1 and 2 should be revoked now
self._assertTokenRevoked(None, token1)
self._assertTokenRevoked(None, token2)
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(None, token3)
for token in project_tokens:
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(None, token)
# test that multiple roles with a single user and project get revoked
# and invalidate token3
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_grant(role_id=role_ids[0],
user_id=user_ids[2],
project_id=project_ids[2])
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_grant(role_id=role_ids[1],
user_id=user_ids[2],
project_id=project_ids[2])
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_grant(role_id=role_ids[2],
user_id=user_ids[2],
project_id=project_ids[2])
# Tokens 1, 2, and 3 should now be revoked leaving project_tokens
# unrevoked.
self._assertTokenRevoked(None, token1)
self._assertTokenRevoked(None, token2)
self._assertTokenRevoked(None, token3)
for token in project_tokens:
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(None, token)
@mock.patch.object(timeutils, 'utcnow')
def test_expired_events_are_removed(self, mock_utcnow):
def _sample_token_values():
token = _sample_blank_token()
token['expires_at'] = utils.isotime(_future_time(),
subsecond=True)
return token
now = datetime.datetime.utcnow()
now_plus_2h = now + datetime.timedelta(hours=2)
mock_utcnow.return_value = now
# Build a token and validate it. This will seed the cache for the
# future 'synchronize' call.
token_values = _sample_token_values()
audit_chain_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_audit_chain_id(audit_chain_id)
token_values['audit_chain_id'] = audit_chain_id
self.assertRaises(exception.TokenNotFound,
self.revoke_api.check_token,
token_values)
# Move our clock forward by 2h, build a new token and validate it.
# 'synchronize' should now be exercised and remove old expired events
mock_utcnow.return_value = now_plus_2h
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_audit_chain_id(audit_chain_id)
# two hours later, it should still be not found
self.assertRaises(exception.TokenNotFound,
self.revoke_api.check_token,
token_values)
def test_delete_group_without_role_does_not_revoke_users(self):
revocation_backend = sql.Revoke()
domain = unit.new_domain_ref()
self.resource_api.create_domain(domain['id'], domain)
# Create two groups. Group1 will be used to test deleting a group,
# without role assignments and users in the group, doesn't create
# revoked events. Group2 will show that deleting a group with role
# assignment and users in the group does create revoked events
group1 = unit.new_group_ref(domain_id=domain['id'])
group1 = self.identity_api.create_group(group1)
group2 = unit.new_group_ref(domain_id=domain['id'])
group2 = self.identity_api.create_group(group2)
role = unit.new_role_ref()
self.role_api.create_role(role['id'], role)
user1 = unit.new_user_ref(domain_id=domain['id'])
user1 = self.identity_api.create_user(user1)
user2 = unit.new_user_ref(domain_id=domain['id'])
user2 = self.identity_api.create_user(user2)
# Add two users to the group, verify they are added, delete group, and
# check that the revocaiton events have not been created
self.identity_api.add_user_to_group(user_id=user1['id'],
group_id=group1['id'])
self.identity_api.add_user_to_group(user_id=user2['id'],
group_id=group1['id'])
self.assertEqual(
2, len(self.identity_api.list_users_in_group(group1['id'])))
self.identity_api.delete_group(group1['id'])
self.assertEqual(0, len(revocation_backend.list_events()))
# Assign a role to the group, add two users to the group, verify that
# the role has been assigned to the group, verify the users have been
# added to the group, delete the group, check that the revocation
# events have been created
self.assignment_api.create_grant(group_id=group2['id'],
domain_id=domain['id'],
role_id=role['id'])
grants = self.assignment_api.list_role_assignments(role_id=role['id'])
self.assertThat(grants, matchers.HasLength(1))
self.identity_api.add_user_to_group(user_id=user1['id'],
group_id=group2['id'])
self.identity_api.add_user_to_group(user_id=user2['id'],
group_id=group2['id'])
self.assertEqual(
2, len(self.identity_api.list_users_in_group(group2['id'])))
self.identity_api.delete_group(group2['id'])
self.assertEqual(2, len(revocation_backend.list_events()))
class UUIDSqlRevokeTests(test_backend_sql.SqlTests, RevokeTests):
def config_overrides(self):
super(UUIDSqlRevokeTests, self).config_overrides()
self.config_fixture.config(
group='token',
provider='uuid',
revoke_by_id=False)
class FernetSqlRevokeTests(test_backend_sql.SqlTests, RevokeTests):
def config_overrides(self):
super(FernetSqlRevokeTests, self).config_overrides()
self.config_fixture.config(
group='token',
provider='fernet',
revoke_by_id=False)
self.useFixture(
ksfixtures.KeyRepository(
self.config_fixture,
'fernet_tokens',
CONF.fernet_tokens.max_active_keys
)
)
def add_event(events, event):
events.append(event)
return event
def remove_event(events, event):
for target in events:
if target == event:
events.remove(target)
class RevokeListTests(unit.TestCase):
def setUp(self):
super(RevokeListTests, self).setUp()
self.events = []
self.revoke_events = list()
def _assertTokenRevoked(self, token_data):
self.assertTrue(any([_matches(e, token_data) for e in self.events]))
return self.assertTrue(
revoke_model.is_revoked(self.revoke_events, token_data),
'Token should be revoked')
def _assertTokenNotRevoked(self, token_data):
self.assertFalse(any([_matches(e, token_data) for e in self.events]))
return self.assertFalse(
revoke_model.is_revoked(self.revoke_events, token_data),
'Token should not be revoked')
def _revoke_by_user(self, user_id):
return add_event(
self.revoke_events,
revoke_model.RevokeEvent(user_id=user_id))
def _revoke_by_audit_chain_id(self, audit_chain_id, project_id=None,
domain_id=None):
event = add_event(
self.revoke_events,
revoke_model.RevokeEvent(audit_chain_id=audit_chain_id,
project_id=project_id,
domain_id=domain_id)
)
self.events.append(event)
return event
def _revoke_by_expiration(self, user_id, expires_at, project_id=None,
domain_id=None):
event = add_event(
self.revoke_events,
revoke_model.RevokeEvent(user_id=user_id,
expires_at=expires_at,
project_id=project_id,
domain_id=domain_id))
self.events.append(event)
return event
def _revoke_by_user_and_project(self, user_id, project_id):
event = add_event(self.revoke_events,
revoke_model.RevokeEvent(project_id=project_id,
user_id=user_id))
self.events.append(event)
return event
def _revoke_by_project_role_assignment(self, project_id, role_id):
event = add_event(self.revoke_events,
revoke_model.RevokeEvent(project_id=project_id,
role_id=role_id))
self.events.append(event)
return event
def _revoke_by_domain_role_assignment(self, domain_id, role_id):
event = add_event(self.revoke_events,
revoke_model.RevokeEvent(domain_id=domain_id,
role_id=role_id))
self.events.append(event)
return event
def _revoke_by_domain(self, domain_id):
event = add_event(self.revoke_events,
revoke_model.RevokeEvent(domain_id=domain_id))
self.events.append(event)
def test_revoke_by_audit_chain_id(self):
audit_id = common.build_audit_info(parent_audit_id=None)[0]
token_data_1 = _sample_blank_token()
# Audit ID and Audit Chain ID are populated with the same value
# if the token is an original token
token_data_1['audit_id'] = audit_id
token_data_1['audit_chain_id'] = audit_id
event = self._revoke_by_audit_chain_id(audit_id)
self._assertTokenRevoked(token_data_1)
audit_id_2 = common.build_audit_info(parent_audit_id=audit_id)[0]
token_data_2 = _sample_blank_token()
token_data_2['audit_id'] = audit_id_2
token_data_2['audit_chain_id'] = audit_id
self._assertTokenRevoked(token_data_2)
self.remove_event(event)
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(token_data_1)
self._assertTokenNotRevoked(token_data_2)
def remove_event(self, event):
self.events.remove(event)
remove_event(self.revoke_events, event)
def test_by_project_and_user_and_role(self):
user_id1 = uuid.uuid4().hex
user_id2 = uuid.uuid4().hex
project_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
self.events.append(self._revoke_by_user(user_id1))
self.events.append(
self._revoke_by_user_and_project(user_id2, project_id))
token_data = _sample_blank_token()
token_data['user_id'] = user_id2
token_data['project_id'] = project_id
self._assertTokenRevoked(token_data)
def test_by_domain_user(self):
# If revoke a domain, then a token for a user in the domain is revoked
user_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
domain_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
token_data = _sample_blank_token()
token_data['user_id'] = user_id
token_data['identity_domain_id'] = domain_id
self._revoke_by_domain(domain_id)
self._assertTokenRevoked(token_data)
def test_by_domain_project(self):
# If revoke a domain, then a token scoped to a project in the domain
# is revoked.
user_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
user_domain_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
project_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
project_domain_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
token_data = _sample_blank_token()
token_data['user_id'] = user_id
token_data['identity_domain_id'] = user_domain_id
token_data['project_id'] = project_id
token_data['assignment_domain_id'] = project_domain_id
self._revoke_by_domain(project_domain_id)
self._assertTokenRevoked(token_data)
def test_by_domain_domain(self):
# If revoke a domain, then a token scoped to the domain is revoked.
user_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
user_domain_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
domain_id = uuid.uuid4().hex
token_data = _sample_blank_token()
token_data['user_id'] = user_id
token_data['identity_domain_id'] = user_domain_id
token_data['assignment_domain_id'] = domain_id
self._revoke_by_domain(domain_id)
self._assertTokenRevoked(token_data)
def _assertEmpty(self, collection):
return self.assertEqual(0, len(collection), "collection not empty")
def test_cleanup(self):
events = self.events
self._assertEmpty(self.revoke_events)
for i in range(0, 10):
events.append(
self._revoke_by_project_role_assignment(uuid.uuid4().hex,
uuid.uuid4().hex))
events.append(
self._revoke_by_domain_role_assignment(uuid.uuid4().hex,
uuid.uuid4().hex))
events.append(
self._revoke_by_domain_role_assignment(uuid.uuid4().hex,
uuid.uuid4().hex))
events.append(
self._revoke_by_user_and_project(uuid.uuid4().hex,
uuid.uuid4().hex))
for event in self.events:
remove_event(self.revoke_events, event)
self._assertEmpty(self.revoke_events)