View Source DSL: AshAuthentication.UserIdentity
An Ash extension which generates the default user identities resource.
The user identities resource is used to store information returned by remote authentication strategies (such as those provided by OAuth2) and maps them to your user resource(s). This provides the following benefits:
- A user can be signed in to multiple authentication strategies at once.
- For those provides which support it AshAuthentication can handle automatic refreshing of tokens.
User identities are expected to be relatively long-lived (although they're
deleted on log out), so should probably be stored using a permanent data layer
There is no need to define any attributes, etc. The extension will generate them all for you. As there is no other use-case for this resource it's unlikely that you will need to customise it.
defmodule MyApp.Accounts.UserIdentity do use Ash.Resource, data_layer: AshPostgres.DataLayer, extensions: [AshAuthentication.UserIdentity] user_identity do api MyApp.Accounts user_resource MyApp.Accounts.User end postgres do table "user_identities" repo MyApp.Repo end end
If you intend to operate with multiple user resources, you will need to define multiple user identity resources.
Configure identity options for this resource
||The Ash API to use to access this resource.|
||The user resource to which these identities belong.|
||The name of the `uid` attribute on this resource.|
||The name of the `strategy` attribute on this resource.|
||The name of the `user_id` attribute on this resource.|
||The name of the `access_token` attribute on this resource.|
||The name of the `access_token_expires_at` attribute on this resource.|
||The name of the `refresh_token` attribute on this resource.|
||The name of the action used to create and update records.|
||The name of the action used to destroy records.|
||The name of the action used to query identities.|
||The name of the belongs-to relationship between identities and users.|