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periodicjs.ext.basicauth

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basic access authentication is a method for an HTTP user agent to provide a user name and password when making a request.

API Documentation

Usage

CLI TASK

You can preform a task via CLI

$ cd path/to/application/root
### Using the CLI
$ periodicjs ext periodicjs.ext.basicauth hello  
### Calling Manually
$ node index.js --cli --command --ext --name=periodicjs.ext.basicauth --task=hello 

Configuration

You can configure periodicjs.ext.basicauth

Default Configuration

{
  settings: {
    skip_auth_headers: ['clientid', 'authorization',],
    use_global_basic_access_auth: true,
    use_core_data_model: false, //basicauth_user
    users: {
      username1:"password1",
      username2:"password2"
    },
  },
 
  
  databases: {
  },
};

Installation

Installing the Extension

Install like any other extension, run npm run install periodicjs.ext.basicauth from your periodic application root directory and then normally you would run periodicjs addExtension periodicjs.ext.basicauth, but this extension does this in the post install npm script.

$ cd path/to/application/root
$ npm run install periodicjs.ext.basicauth
$ periodicjs addExtension periodicjs.ext.basicauth //this extension does this in the post install script

Uninstalling the Extension

Run npm run uninstall periodicjs.ext.basicauth from your periodic application root directory and then normally you would run periodicjs removeExtension periodicjs.ext.basicauth but this extension handles this in the npm post uninstall script.

$ cd path/to/application/root
$ npm run uninstall periodicjs.ext.basicauth
$ periodicjs removeExtension periodicjs.ext.basicauth // this is handled in the npm postinstall script

Testing

Make sure you have grunt installed

$ npm install -g grunt-cli

Then run grunt test or npm test

$ grunt test && grunt coveralls #or locally $ npm test

For generating documentation

$ grunt doc
$ jsdoc2md commands/**/*.js config/**/*.js controllers/**/*.js  transforms/**/*.js utilities/**/*.js index.js > doc/api.md

Notes