Manual Reference Pages - JIFTY::LETME (3)
Jifty::LetMe - A way to expose single-link URLs to your applications
Create a new LetMe authentication object; it takes no parameters.
It calls _init to do any initialization.
A LetMe is a way to provide a one-time-use URL for a particular purpose.
All LetMe objects give you a way to validate a users identity and to
allow them a very small set of possible actions or page-access permissions.
For example, you can put a LetMe URL in an email to a new user,
so that when they click on the URL you know that their email address
Called with whatever new was called with. By default, does nothing.
Contains an app-specific user object.
If the user has presented a valid token, returns an (app-specific
subclass of the) Jifty::CurrentUser object for the user who has the
email address in $self->email. If no user has that email address,
Returns an (app-specific subclass of the) Jifty::CurrentUser object
for the user who has the email address ADDRESS.
Returns an authentication checksum for the current combination of:
Generate a slightly more pronounceable version of the checksum using
String::Koremutake. Due to hex -> integer limitations, this is
imprecise and may vary depending on the platform it is used on; as
such, it is deprecated.
Parse a string of the form
email => firstname.lastname@example.org,
path => update_task/23
until => 20050101,
checksum_provided => bekidrikufryvagygefuba
Returns the letme token for this set of credentials. This should round
trip cleanly with from_token
A variant of as_token that encodes the users email address suitably
for passing in a URL
Returns the fully qualified URL for this LetMe. Its composed of
Jifty->web->url, base_path and as_encoded_token
By default, all LetMe actions live at URLs under /let inside your
application. Override this subroutine to change that.
By default, it returns /let/
Returns true if the credentials the user presented validate OK.
Returns false otherwise.
Returns true if the checksum the user provided is correct. Doesnt
actually do much input checking. You want to call validate
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