Core user administration. The user administration is based on the following:
- set_user_database(+File) is det
- Load user/2 from File. Changes are fully synchronous.
- user_add(+Name, +Properties) is det
- Add a new user with given properties.
- Delete named user from user-database.
- set_user_property(+Name, +Property) is det
- Replace Property for user Name.
- openid_add_server(+Server, +Options)
- Register an OpenID server.
- Delete registration of an OpenID server.
- openid_set_property(+Server, +Property) is det
- Replace Property for OpenID Server
- openid_current_server(?Server) is nondet
- openid_server_properties(+Server, -Properties) is semidet
- Try find properties for the given server. Note that we generally refer to a server using its domain. The actual server may be a path on the server or a machine in the domain.
- openid_server_property(+Server, +Property) is semidet
- openid_server_property(+Server, -Property) is nondet
- True if OpenID Server has Property.
- True if User is a registered user.
- user_property(?User, ?Property) is nondet
- user_property(+User, +Property) is semidet
- True if Property is a defined property on User. In addition to
properties explicitely stored with users, we define:
- connection(LoginTime, Idle)
- Generates reference to our own OpenID server for local login
- Refers to the official OpenID (possibly delegated)
- Refers to the OpenID server that validated the login
- validate_password(+User, +Password)
- Validate the password for the given user and password.
- password_hash(+Password, ?Hash)
- Generate a hash from a password or test a password against a hash. Uses crypt/2. The default hashing is Unix-compatible MD5.
- logged_on(-User) is semidet
- True if User is the name of the currently logged in user.
- logged_on(-User, +Default) is det
- Get the current user or unify User with Default. Typically,
- Make sure we are logged in and return the current user. See openid_user/3 for details.
- authorized(+Action) is det
- validate the current user is allowed to perform Action. Throws a permission error if this is not the case. Never fails.
- check_permission(+User, +Operation)
- Validate that user is allowed to perform Operation.
- Deny some action to all users. See above.
- login(+User:atom) is det
- Accept user as a user that has logged on into the current session.
- logout(+User) is det
- Logout the specified user
The following predicates are exported, but not or incorrectly documented.