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volos-swagger-oauth

0.0.2 • Public • Published

Volos-Swagger-OAuth

This module allows you add and configure Volos security without writing any code - just by declaring it in the Swagger in your Swagger-Node project. The following policies are currently supported by this module:

  • API Key
  • OAuth 2.0
  • Basic Auth

More information on Volos here: https://github.com/apigee-127/volos

More information on applying OAuth policies here: https://github.com/apigee-127/a127-documentation/wiki/Policies#oauth

Example app here: https://github.com/apigee-127/swagger-node-examples/tree/master/volos-plugins

Installation

  1. Add this and the volos modules you plan use to your application dependencies. Example:
npm install --save volos-swagger-oauth
npm install --save volos-oauth-apigee
  1. Add a volos-swagger-oauth fitting definition to your bagpipes definition (config/default.yaml). It must be declared before the swagger_router (defining at the top of the bagpipes section is safe):
  bagpipes:
 
    volos-swagger-oauth:                # <= DEFINED HERE 
      name: volos-swagger-oauth
 
    _router:
      name: swagger_router
  1. Add the volos-swagger-oauth fitting to any pipe on which you need security to be included. It should be inserted above the swagger_security module:
    swagger_controllers:
      onError: json_error_handler
      - cors
      - volos-swagger-oauth               # <- RUN HERE 
      - swagger_security
      - _swagger_validate
      - express_compatibility
      - _router
  1. Add a Swagger 2.0 Spec security Definitions tag to your Swagger. Something like this:
securityDefinitions:
  OAuth2:
    type: oauth2
    flow: application
    tokenUrl: http://localhost:10010/accesstoken
    scopes:
      read: read access
  1. Add a x-volos-resources extension tag to your Swagger with your policy configuration (see the volos-swagger readme for more details. This will configure the Volos OAuth provider. Note that the key ('OAuth2' in this example) must match the name used in the securityDefinitions:
x-volos-resources:
  OAuth2:
    provider: volos-oauth-apigee
    options:
      tokenLifetime: 300000
      key: *apigeeProxyKey
      uri: *apigeeProxyUri
      validGrantTypes:
        - client_credentials
        - authorization_code
        - implicit_grant
        - password
      passwordCheck:
        helper: volos
        function: passwordCheck
      tokenPaths:  # These will be added to your paths section for you 
        authorize: /authorize
        token: /accesstoken
        invalidate: /invalidate
        refresh: /refresh
  1. Add the Swagger 2.0 security tag to any paths or operations on your Swagger you would like your security policy to apply to along with any configuration that is necessary:
paths:
  /hello:
    x-swagger-router-controller: hello_world
    get:
      description: Returns 'Hello' to the caller
      operationId: hello
      parameters: []
      security:
        OAuth2: [ read ]

install

npm i volos-swagger-oauth

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