Credential.actual_caller_hrn tries to find out who is really calling, for delegated...
Thierry Parmentelat [Tue, 27 May 2014 20:45:47 +0000 (22:45 +0200)]
Allocate takes advantage of this to pass options['actual_caller_hrn'] to its driver

sfa/methods/Allocate.py
sfa/trust/credential.py

index f255232..42237a1 100644 (file)
@@ -55,12 +55,14 @@ class Allocate(Method):
         elif self.api.interface in ['slicemgr']:
             chain_name = 'FORWARD-INCOMING'
         self.api.logger.debug("Allocate: sfatables on chain %s"%chain_name)
-        origin_hrn = Credential(cred=valid_creds[0]).get_gid_caller().get_hrn()
-        self.api.logger.info("interface: %s\tcaller-hrn: %s\ttarget-hrn: %s\tmethod-name: %s"%(self.api.interface, origin_hrn, xrn, self.name)) 
-        rspec = run_sfatables(chain_name, xrn.get_hrn(), origin_hrn, rspec)
+        actual_caller_hrn = Credential(cred=valid_creds[0]).actual_caller_hrn()
+        self.api.logger.info("interface: %s\tcaller-hrn: %s\ttarget-hrn: %s\tmethod-name: %s"%(self.api.interface, actual_caller_hrn, xrn, self.name)) 
+        rspec = run_sfatables(chain_name, xrn.get_hrn(), actual_caller_hrn, rspec)
         slivers = RSpec(rspec).version.get_nodes_with_slivers()
         if not slivers:
             raise SfatablesRejected(slice_xrn)
 
+        # pass this to the driver code in case they need it
+        options['actual_caller_hrn'] = actual_caller_hrn
         result = self.api.manager.Allocate(self.api, xrn.get_urn(), creds, rspec, expiration, options)
         return result
index 9a45400..45b4b62 100644 (file)
@@ -1049,6 +1049,24 @@ class Credential(object):
     def get_filename(self):
         return getattr(self,'filename',None)
 
+    # a helper function used by some methods to find out who really is the caller
+    # using a heuristic to identify a delegated credential
+    # this admittedly is a bit of a hack, please USE IN LAST RESORT
+    #
+    def actual_caller_hrn (self):
+        caller_hrn = self.get_gid_caller().get_hrn()
+        issuer_hrn = self.get_signature().get_issuer_gid().get_hrn()
+        subject_hrn = self.get_gid_object().get_hrn()
+        # if we find that the caller_hrn is an immediate descendant of the issuer, then
+        # this seems to be a 'regular' credential
+        if caller_hrn.startswith(issuer_hrn): 
+            actual_caller_hrn=caller_hrn
+        # else this looks like a delegated credential, and the real caller is the issuer
+        else:
+            actual_caller_hrn=issuer_hrn
+        logger.info("actual_caller_hrn: caller_hrn=%s, issuer_hrn=%s, returning %s"%(caller_hrn,issuer_hrn,actual_caller_hrn))
+        return actual_caller_hrn
+            
     ##
     # Dump the contents of a credential to stdout in human-readable format
     #