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    Charlene Gilbert
    @gilbcharlene

    I'm trying to add a nested relationship to a model and I receive this error when running the server: Exception: TransportError(400, u'illegal_argument_exception', u'mapper [authproviders] of different type, current_type [string], merged_type [ObjectMapper]')

    user.json: http://pastebin.com/kMMbDQJJ
    authproviders.json: http://pastebin.com/0LXHY2UQ

    Charlene Gilbert
    @gilbcharlene
    Is it possible to have a list with an item_type of "object"?
    kalyankuramana
    @kalyankuramana
    @jstoiko How do i use celery with ramses , i am finding it hard to fetch model objects . i would appreciate any insights . thanks
    kalyankuramana
    @kalyankuramana
    never mind , using pyramid_celery solved the problem
    thans
    thanks
    Bachir El Khoury
    @bachirelkhoury
    Hi all, looking at ramses as an alternative backend and API to move away from nodejs and Loopback. yup we're done dealing with nodejs. I'm a big fan of pyramid and was checking out ramses-example https://github.com/ramses-tech/ramses-example
    all good, only stuck one thing, the ramses_auth_tkt that I get from login
    currently returning 3 headers, but can't seem to get the right header setup on the client.
    Bachir El Khoury
    @bachirelkhoury
      "headers": [
        [
          "Set-Cookie",
          "ramses_auth_tkt=118c288d70246a38e4a9ab4df07accce37368eb2d73e6b8fe8eaf84b1e0aee7e8b3bb07df78d0882a59baaf712e2f71249ac42802d867e60f97fca9be0dc21c857f743a6Zm9vYmFy!userid_type:b64unicode; Path=/; HttpOnly"
        ],
    what should the header be set to? this doesn't seem to be correct and tried most combinations I can think of
    Authorization=118c288d70246a38e4a9ab4df07accce37368eb2d73e6b8fe8eaf84b1e0aee7e8b3bb07df78d0882a59baaf712e2f71249ac42802d867e60f97fca9be0dc21c857f743a6Zm9vYmFy
    Bachir El Khoury
    @bachirelkhoury
    is that similar to JWT implementation? https://jwt.io/
    kalyankuramana
    @kalyankuramana
    Authorization: ApiKey username:token
    kalyankuramana
    @kalyankuramana
    thats the format when apitoken policy is used
    kalyankuramana
    @kalyankuramana
    if one uses ticket policy , then the key should be sent over a cookie with cookie name as auth_tkt
    for more information look in pyramid.authentication.AuthTktAuthenticationPolicy
    and observe pyramid.authentication.AuthTktCookieHelper.identify()
    Bachir El Khoury
    @bachirelkhoury

    thanks @kalyankuramana I have setup to use x_token_auth:

    securedBy: [x_token_auth]

    The issue I'm getting is that x_token_auth requires settings as per this comment:
    https://github.com/ramses-tech/ramses/issues/97#issuecomment-160353919

    ...
        - x_token_auth:
            description: Authorization header token policy
            type: x-ApiKey
            settings:
                foo: bar
    ...

    if I run this I get this error which is fair enough, I'm not sure what parameters this accepts. Can't find references in the docs.

      File "~/.virtualenvs/myenv/lib/python2.7/site-packages/ramses/auth.py", line 133, in _setup_apikey_policy
        policy = ApiKeyAuthenticationPolicy(**params)
    TypeError: __init__() got an unexpected keyword argument 'foo'
    kalyankuramana
    @kalyankuramana
    no need to provide settings parameter , it is required if you want to use custom model for auth and have not specified in custom schema ("_auth_model":true) then
    kalyankuramana
    @kalyankuramana
    ...
    settings:
    user_model: <schema name>
    check: <a callback to return none if user does not exist or principal identifier if user exists: format check(username,apikey,request)> (optional)
    credentials_callback: < a callback to return token given username and request> format:(username,request) (optional)
    ...
    Bachir El Khoury
    @bachirelkhoury
    @kalyankuramana thanks I will check it out. Not many examples out there about that which seems strange given it looks like a great API framework.
    Bachir El Khoury
    @bachirelkhoury

    Using x_token_auth seems to register ok and return the token, only this setting doesn't generate the login, logout views. Maybe I'm missing something, or am I support to implement login/logout myself?
    thanks

    securedBy: [x_token_auth]

    https://github.com/ramses-tech/ramses/blob/51b2094a2dca4cacd37f3ce2466e191b0045549f/ramses/auth.py#L155-L158

    x_ticket_auth does:

    securedBy: [x_ticket_auth]

    https://github.com/ramses-tech/ramses/blob/51b2094a2dca4cacd37f3ce2466e191b0045549f/ramses/auth.py#L97-L100

    Bachir El Khoury
    @bachirelkhoury
    Ok I see, I needed to POST /auth/token to login.
    all good then, thanks.
    POST http://localhost:6543/api/auth/token
    {"login":"someUser", "password":"password"}
    
    {
      "headers": [
        [
          "WWW-Authenticate",
          "ApiKey somUser:3ad6f8ab388d4be2b20a81b6c2fcc3dd"
        ]
      ],
      "timestamp": "2016-10-11T04:22:57Z",
      "title": "OK",
      "status_code": 200,
      "explanation": "",
      "message": "Token claimed"
    }
    Jonathan Stoikovitch
    @jstoiko

    disclaimer: token auth in nefertari and ramses should be considered alpha. it is not documented nor tested.

    feel free to try what's already in place, improve it and make a PR, we can include it in the next release.

    Bachir El Khoury
    @bachirelkhoury
    cool thanks @jstoiko
    Charlene Gilbert
    @gilbcharlene
    how do I configure elasticsearch.hosts if my elasticsearch has ssl enabled and credentials directly in the host url?
    I checked nefertari/elasticsearch.py and it looks like it's splitting the elasticsearch.hosts string with the ':' delimeter which is incorrect
    Charlene Gilbert
    @gilbcharlene
    This is what I have in local.ini
    elasticsearch.host = localhost
    elasticsearch.port = 2394
    #elasticsearch.hosts = localhost:2394
    elasticsearch.http_auth = user:secret
    elasticsearch.use_ssl = True
    elasticsearch.verify_certs = True
    Charlene Gilbert
    @gilbcharlene
    despite that I see that nefertari is making requests using the http protocol and not https
    Charlene Gilbert
    @gilbcharlene
    I made a post at stackoverflow with more information on the error: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/40073938/how-to-configure-elasticsearch-to-use-ssl-with-basic-auth
    Charlene Gilbert
    @gilbcharlene
    I was looking at nefertari/elasticsearch.py and it appears that params is an empty dictionary when it should contain the other settings from local.ini (-hosts). I am going to try and submit a pull request
    bigmodem
    @bigmodem
    I want to use polymorphic_query and when I send requests like:
     http --session=admin :6543/api/customers,nodes
    I always get error, is it a bug?
    And when I use aggregations like:
    http --session=admin :6543/api/customers _aggs.my_agg.terms.field==state
    I found the _aggs parameter can't be used to implement nested aggregations like:
    bigmodem
    @bigmodem
    {
      "aggs": {
        "colors": {
          "terms": {
            "field": "color"
          },
          "aggs": {
            "avg_price": {
              "avg": {
                "field": "price"
              }
            }
          }
        }
      }
    }
    So I want to use body parameter to get my nested aggregations, my command is
     http --session=admin :6543/api/customers  body=="{_source:false,aggs:{types:{terms:{field:\"type\"},aggs:{avg_id:{avg:{field:\"customer_id\"}}}}}}"
    But I always get documents from server instead of a aggregation!
    Most of important I found I can't change ES mappings in my schema
    bigmodem
    @bigmodem
    There is only a _db_settings in schema field and I think there would be a _es_mappings for each field in next version.
    I think all nefertari or nefertari_sqa must be improved to solve above issues.
    bigmodem
    @bigmodem
    I use python 3.5.2 in OS X 10.11.6
    nefertari (0.7.0)
    nefertari-sqla (0.4.2)
    pyramid (1.7.3)
    pyramid-jinja2 (2.6.2)
    pyramid-sqlalchemy (1.6)
    pyramid-tm (1.0)
    ramses (0.5.3)
    SQLAlchemy (1.1.2)
    SQLAlchemy-Utils (0.32.9)
    nekopep
    @nekopep
    hello
    I've just installed ramses and tryed the pyramid scaffold associated
    I've installed mongodb and elastcisearch, I manage to run the example
    but I can't manage to POST to the api :/
    when I run: