[keycloak-dev] Profile SPI
sthorger at redhat.com
Tue Mar 14 05:59:39 EDT 2017
On 14 March 2017 at 10:40, Martin Hardselius <martin.hardselius at gmail.com>
> OIDC standard claims seem like a great set of attributes to start with.
> Perhaps out of scope, but unique attribute values per user would be really
> nice. A generic way to add more identifiers to users.
That's far from trivial to add since it can't be guaranteed without a
constraint on the DB.
> On Tue, 14 Mar 2017 at 10:14 Stian Thorgersen <sthorger at redhat.com> wrote:
>> At the moment there is no single point to define validation for a user.
>> Even worse for the account management console and admin console it's not
>> even possible to define validation for custom attributes.
>> Also, as there is no defined list of attributes for a user there the
>> mapping of user attributes is error prone.
>> I'd like to introduce a Profile SPI to help with this. It would have
>> methods to:
>> * Validate users during creation and updates
>> * List defined attributes on a user
>> There would be a built-in provider that would delegate to ProfileAttribute
>> SPI. ProfileAttribute SPI would allow defining configurable providers for
>> single user attributes. I'm also considering adding a separate Validation
>> SPI, so a ProfileAttribute provider could delegate validation to a
>> Users could also implement their own Profile provider to do whatever they
>> want. I'd like to aim to make the SPI a supported SPI.
>> First pass would focus purely on validation. Second pass would focus on
>> using the attribute metadata to do things like:
>> * Have dropdown boxes in mappers to select user attribute instead of
>> copy/pasting the name
>> * Have additional built-in attributes on registration form, update profile
>> form and account management console that can be enabled/disabled by
>> defining the Profile. I'm not suggesting a huge amount here and it will be
>> limited to a few sensible attributes. Defining more complex things like
>> address would still be done through extending the forms.
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