nulab / scala-oauth2-provider

OAuth 2.0 server-side implementation written in Scala

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The OAuth 2.0 server-side implementation written in Scala.

This provides OAuth 2.0 server-side functionality and supporting function for Play Framework and Akka HTTP.

The idea of this library originally comes from oauth2-server which is Java implementation of OAuth 2.0.

Supported OAuth features

This library supports all grant types.

  • Authorization Code Grant (PKCE Authorization Code Grants are supported)
  • Resource Owner Password Credentials Grant
  • Client Credentials Grant
  • Implicit Grant

and an access token type called Bearer.

Setup

Play Framework

See the project

Akka HTTP

See the project

Other frameworks

Add scala-oauth2-core library dependencies of your project. In this case, you need to implement your own OAuth provider working with web framework you use.

libraryDependencies ++= Seq(
  "com.nulab-inc" %% "scala-oauth2-core" % "1.5.0"
)

How to use

Implement DataHandler

Whether you use Play Framework or not, you have to implement DataHandler trait and make it work with your own User class that may be already defined in your application.

case class User(id: Long, name: String, hashedPassword: String)

class MyDataHandler extends DataHandler[User] {

  def validateClient(maybeClientCredential: Option[ClientCredential], request: AuthorizationRequest): Future[Boolean] = ???

  def findUser(maybeClientCredential: Option[ClientCredential], request: AuthorizationRequest): Future[Option[User]] = ???

  def createAccessToken(authInfo: AuthInfo[User]): Future[AccessToken] = ???

  def getStoredAccessToken(authInfo: AuthInfo[User]): Future[Option[AccessToken]] = ???

  def refreshAccessToken(authInfo: AuthInfo[User], refreshToken: String): Future[AccessToken] = ???

  def findAuthInfoByCode(code: String): Future[Option[AuthInfo[User]]] = ???

  def findAuthInfoByRefreshToken(refreshToken: String): Future[Option[AuthInfo[User]]] = ???

  def deleteAuthCode(code: String): Future[Unit] = ???

  def findAccessToken(token: String): Future[Option[AccessToken]] = ???

  def findAuthInfoByAccessToken(accessToken: AccessToken): Future[Option[AuthInfo[User]]] = ???

}

If your data access is blocking for the data storage, then you just wrap your implementation in the DataHandler trait with Future.successful(...).

For more details, refer to Scaladoc of DataHandler.

AuthInfo

DataHandler returns AuthInfo as authorized information. AuthInfo is made up of the following fields.

case class AuthInfo[User](
  user: User,
  clientId: Option[String],
  scope: Option[String],
  redirectUri: Option[String],
  codeChallenge: Option[String] = None,
  codeChallengeMethod: Option[CodeChallengeMethod] = None
)
  • user
    • user is authorized by DataHandler
  • clientId
    • clientId which is sent from a client has been verified by DataHandler
    • If your application requires client_id for client authentication, you can get clientId as below
      • val clientId = authInfo.clientId.getOrElse(throw new InvalidClient())
  • scope
    • inform the client of the scope of the access token issued
  • redirectUri
    • This value must be enabled on authorization code grant
  • codeChallenge:
    • This value is OPTIONAL. Only set this value if doing a PKCE authorization request. When set, PKCE rules apply on the AuthorizationCode Grant Handler
    • This value is from a PKCE authorization request. This is the challenge supplied during the auth request if given.
  • codeChallengeMethod:
    • This value is OPTIONAL and used only by PKCE when a codeChallenge value is also set.
    • This value is from a PKCE authorization request. This is the method used to transform the code verifier. Must be either Plain or S256. If not specified and codeChallenge is provided then Plain is assumed (per RFC7636)