Hopefully self-explanatory. We wish to implement wamp based
authentication. The web client in this case already has a cookie set by
the web server on login, before making the wamp calls. How can we
authenticate against this cookie? We have a crossbar-autobahn-python
By using a custom, dynamic authenticator that reads the cookie, does it's verify thing, and returns authid/authrole under which the client should be given access to WAMP.
backend. Alternatively, if there are no examples, is there anything
current we can read?
I'm afraid there is none fitting your exact use case.
Rgd. dynamic authenticators:
Essentially, Crossbar.io will call your custom WAMP procedure to authenticate _other_ WAMP sessions.
And the arguments to the call include transport level info like cookies.
Am 25.05.2015 um 06:14 schrieb ralph stone:
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