rroslaniec / Cas by rroslaniec
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Add CAS server SSO authentication to laravel 4.x
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Maintainer Username: rroslaniec
Maintainer Contact: roussel.xavier@uvsq.fr (Xavier Roussel)
Package Create Date: 2015-03-31
Package Last Update: 2015-03-31
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Language: PHP
License: MIT
Last Refreshed: 2023-05-30 15:11:31
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cas

CAS server SSO authentication in laravel 4.x

Installation

Require this package in your composer.json and run composer update (or run composer require xavrsl/cas:dev-master directly):

"xavrsl/cas": "dev-master"

After updating composer, add the ServiceProvider to the providers array in app/config/app.php

'Xavrsl\Cas\CasServiceProvider',

As well as the Facade :

'Cas' => 'Xavrsl\Cas\Facades\Cas',

You need to publish the conf so you will ffind it in app/config/packages/xavrsl/cas/

$ php artisan config:publish xavrsl/cas

Configuration

Configuration should be pretty straightforward for anyone who's ever used the PHPCas client. However, I've added the possibility to easily turn your application into a CAS Proxy, a CAS Service or both. You only need to set the cas_proxy setting to true (if you need to proxy services) and set the cas_service to whatever proxy you want to allow (this is all explained in the config file).

Usage

Authenticate against the CAS server

Cas::authenticate();

Exemple of Cas authentication in a route filter :

Route::group(array('https', 'before' => 'cas'), function()
{
  Route::controller('toolbar', 'ToolbarController');

  Route::controller('bibsearch', 'BibsearchController');
});

Route::controller('bibimages', 'BibimagesController');

Route::filter('cas', function()
{
  Cas::authenticate();
});

Then get the current user id this way :

Cas::getCurrentUser();