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(>= EZP 5.3, >= EZP Community 2014.01)

Version compatibility

This documentation page is compatible with eZ Publish 5.3 / 2014.01

Prior to these versions, authentication was made through legacy stack only, using the venerable user/login module, with the help of a PreAuthenticatedProvider.

Authentication using Symfony Security component

 Native and universal form_login is used, in conjunction to an extended DaoAuthenticationProvider (DAO stands for Data Access Object), the RepositoryAuthenticationProvider. Native behavior of DaoAuthenticationProvider has been preserved, making it possible to still use it for pure Symfony applications.

Security controller

SecurityController is used to manage all security related actions and is thus used to display login form. It is pretty straight forward and follows all standards explained in Symfony security documentation.

Base template used is EzPublishCoreBundle:Security:login.html.twig and stands as follows:

The layout used by default is %ezpublish.content_view.viewbase_layout% (empty layout) but can be configured easily as well as the login template:

ezpublish.yml

Configuration

To use Symfony authentication with eZ Publish, the configuration goes as follows:

ezpublish/config/security.yml
ezpublish/config/routing.yml

Note

You can fully customize the routes and/or the controller used for login. However, ensure to match login_path, check_path and logout.path from security.yml.

See security configuration reference and standard login form documentation.

 

Access control

See the documentation on access control

Remember me

It is possible to use the remember_me functionality. For this you can refer to the Symfony cookbook on this topic.

If you want to use this feature, you must at least extend the login template in order to add the required checkbox:

Login handlers / SSO

Symfony provides native support for multiple user providers. This makes it easy to integrate any kind of login handlers, including SSO and existing 3rd party bundles (e.g. FR3DLdapBundleHWIOauthBundleFOSUserBundleBeSimpleSsoAuthBundle...).

Further explanation can be found in the multiple user providers cookbook entry.

Integration with Legacy

  • When not in legacy mode, legacy user/login and user/logout views are deactivated.
  • Authenticated user is injected in legacy kernel.

Authentication with Legacy SSO Handlers

To be able to use your legacy SSO (Single Sign-on) handlers, use the following config in your ezpublish/config/security.yml:

Use your legacy SSO handlers

Upgrade notes

Follow the notes below if you upgrade from 5.2 to 5.3 / 2013.11 to 2014.01

  • In ezpublish/config/security.yml, you must remove ezpublish: true from ezpublish_front firewall.
  • In ezpublish/config/routing.yml, you must add loginlogin_check and logout routes (see above in [Configuration][])
  • In your templates, change your links pointing to /user/login and /user/logout to appropriate login/login_check/logout routes:

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