View Source Guardian.Plug.VerifySession (Guardian v2.3.1)

Looks for and validates a token found in the session.

In the case where either:

  1. The session is not loaded
  2. A token is already found for :key
  3. No token is found on the session

This plug will not do anything.

This, like all other Guardian plugs, requires a Guardian pipeline to be setup. It requires an implementation module, an error handler and a key.

These can be set either:

  1. Upstream on the connection with plug Guardian.Pipeline
  2. Upstream on the connection with Guardian.Pipeline.{put_module, put_error_handler, put_key}
  3. Inline with an option of :module, :error_handler, :key

If a token is found but is invalid, the error handler will be called with auth_error(conn, {:invalid_token, reason}, opts).

Once a token has been found it will be decoded, the token and claims will be put onto the connection.

They will be available using Guardian.Plug.current_claims/2 and Guardian.Plug.current_token/2.

Options:

  • :refresh_from_cookie - Looks for and validates a token found in the request cookies. (default false)

Refresh from cookie option

  • :key - The location of the token (default :default)
  • :exchange_from - The type of the cookie (default "refresh")
  • :exchange_to - The type of token to provide. Defaults to the implementation modules default_type
  • :ttl - The time to live of the exchanged token. Defaults to configured values.
  • :halt - Whether to halt the connection in case of error. Defaults to true