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NAME

       Bio::Graphics::Browser2::Plugin::AuthPlugin -- Base class for authentication plugins

SYNOPSIS

        package Bio::Graphics::Browser2::Plugin::MyPlugin;
        use base 'Bio::Graphics::Browser2::Plugin::AuthPlugin';

        sub authenticate {
            my $self = shift;
            my ($user,$password) = $self->credentials;
            return unless  $user eq 'george' && $password eq 'washington';
            return ($user,'George Washington','george@whitehouse.gov');
        }

        sub user_in_group {
            my $self = shift;
            my ($user,$group) = @_;
            return $user eq 'george' && $group eq 'potomac';
        }

DESCRIPTION

       This is a template for authorizer plugins. To define a new type of authorizer, you need
       only inherit from this class and define an authenticate() method. This method takes two
       arguments: the username and password and returns an empty list if authentication fails, or
       a list of (username, fullname, email) if authentication succeeds (fullname and email are
       optional).

       In addition, you may override the user_in_group() method, which takes two argumetns: the
       username and group. Return true if the user belongs to the group, and false otherwise.

       Other methods you may wish to override include:

        * authentication_hint()
        * authentication_help()
        * configure_form()
        * reconfigure()
        * credentials()

       These are described below.

   Methods you will need to override
       $boolean = $plugin->authenticate($username,$password)
           Return true if username and password are correct. False otherwise.

       $boolean = $plugin->user_in_group($username,$groupname)
           Return true if user belongs to group. False otherwise.

   Methods that you may want to customize
       $message = $plugin->authentication_hint
           Returns a message printed at the top of the login dialog, that will help the user know
           which credentials he is expected to present. For example, returning "Acme Corp Single
           Sign-on" will present the user with "Please log into your Acme Corp Single Sign-on".

           The default behavior is to take this value from the "login hint" option in a stanza
           named [AuthPlugin:plugin]. Example:

       $message = $plugin->authentication_help
           Returns a message printed at the bottom of the login dialog. It is expected to be used
           for a help message or link that will give the user help with logging in. For example,
           it can take him to a link to reset his password.

           The default behavior is to take this value from the "login help" option in a stanza
           named [AuthPlugin:plugin].

             [AuthPlugin:plugin]
             login hint = your Acme Corp Single Sign-on Account
             login help = <a href="www.acme.com/passwd_help">Recover forgotten password</a>

   Methods that you may want to override
       $html = $plugin->configure_form()
           This method returns the contents of the login form. The default behavior is to produce
           two text fields, one named 'name' and the other named 'password'.

       $plugin->reconfigure()
           This method is called to copy the values from the filled-out form into the plugin's
           hash of configuration variables. If you add fields to configure_form() will you need
           to adjust this method as well.

       $plugin->config_defaults()
           Set up defaults for the configuration hash. Use this if you wish to default to a
           particular username.

       $plugin->credentials()
           This returns a two-element list containing the username and password last entered into
           the authentication dialog. It reads these values from the configuration hash returned
           by $self->configuration().  If you add additional types of credentials to the login
           dialog, you may need to override this method.

SEE ALSO

       Bio::Graphics::Browser2

AUTHOR

       Lincoln Stein <lincoln.stein@gmail.com<gt>.

       Copyright (c) 2011 Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

       This package and its accompanying libraries is free software; you can redistribute it
       and/or modify it under the terms of the GPL (either version 1, or at your option, any
       later version) or the Artistic License 2.0.  Refer to LICENSE for the full license text.
       In addition, please see DISCLAIMER.txt for disclaimers of warranty.

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