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Provides authentication and authorization services for use with Solidus by using Devise and CanCan.
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Solidus Auth Devise

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Provides authentication services for Solidus, using the Devise gem.

Usage

Installation

Add solidus_auth_devise to your Gemfile:

gem 'solidus_auth_devise'

Then, run bundle install.

After that's done, you can install and run the necessary migrations, then seed the database:

bundle exec rake solidus_auth:install:migrations
bundle exec rake db:migrate
bundle exec rake db:seed

Default Username/Password

As part of running the above installation steps, you will be asked to set an admin email/password combination. The default values are admin@example.com and test123, respectively.

Confirmable

To enable Devise's Confirmable module, which will send the user an email with a link to confirm their account, you must do the following:

  • Add this line to an initializer in your Rails project (typically config/initializers/spree.rb):
Spree::Auth::Config[:confirmable] = true
  • Add a Devise initializer to your Rails project (typically config/initializers/devise.rb):
Devise.setup do |config|
  # Required so users don't lose their carts when they need to confirm.
  config.allow_unconfirmed_access_for = 1.days

  # Add any other devise configurations here, as they will override the defaults provided by solidus_auth_devise.
end

Using in an existing application

If you are installing Solidus inside of a host application in which you want your own permission setup, you can do this using the register_ability method.

First create your own CanCan Ability class following the CanCan documentation.

For example: app/models/super_abilities.rb

class SuperAbilities
  include CanCan::Ability

  def initialize user
    if user.is? "Superman"
      can :stop, Bullet
    end
  end
end

Then register your class in your spree initializer: config/initializers/spree.rb

Spree::Ability.register_ability(SuperAbilities)

Inside of your host application you can then use CanCan like you normally would.

<% if can? :stop Bullet %>
  ...
<% end %>

Development

Testing the extension

First bundle your dependencies, then run bin/rake. bin/rake will default to building the dummy app if it does not exist, then it will run specs. The dummy app can be regenerated by using bin/rake extension:test_app.

bin/rake

To run Rubocop static code analysis run

bundle exec rubocop

When testing your application's integration with this extension you may use its factories. Simply add this require statement to your spec/spec_helper.rb:

require 'solidus_auth_devise/testing_support/factories'

Or, if you are using FactoryBot.definition_file_paths, you can load Solidus core factories along with this extension's factories using this statement:

SolidusDevSupport::TestingSupport::Factories.load_for(SolidusAuthDevise::Engine)

Running the sandbox

To run this extension in a sandboxed Solidus application, you can run bin/sandbox. The path for the sandbox app is ./sandbox and bin/rails will forward any Rails commands to sandbox/bin/rails.

Here's an example:

$ bin/rails server
=> Booting Puma
=> Rails 6.0.2.1 application starting in development
* Listening on tcp://127.0.0.1:3000
Use Ctrl-C to stop

Updating the changelog

Before and after releases the changelog should be updated to reflect the up-to-date status of the project:

bin/rake changelog
git add CHANGELOG.md
git commit -m "Update the changelog"

Releasing new versions

Please refer to the dedicated page on Solidus wiki.

License

Copyright (c) 2022 Solidus Team, released under the New BSD License.