class DoctrineTokenProvider implements TokenProviderInterface

This class provides storage for the tokens that is set in "remember me" cookies. This way no password secrets will be stored in the cookies on the client machine, and thus the security is improved.

This depends only on doctrine in order to get a database connection and to do the conversion of the datetime column.

In order to use this class, you need the following table in your database:

CREATE TABLE `rememberme_token` (
    `series`   char(88)     UNIQUE PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
    `value`    char(88)     NOT NULL,
    `lastUsed` datetime     NOT NULL,
    `class`    varchar(100) NOT NULL,
    `username` varchar(200) NOT NULL
);

Methods

__construct(Connection $conn)

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loadTokenBySeries(string $series)

Loads the active token for the given series.

deleteTokenBySeries(string $series)

Deletes all tokens belonging to series.

updateToken(string $series, string $tokenValue, DateTime $lastUsed)

Updates the token according to this data.

createNewToken(PersistentTokenInterface $token)

Creates a new token.

Details

at line 43
__construct(Connection $conn)

Parameters

Connection $conn

at line 51
PersistentTokenInterface loadTokenBySeries(string $series)

Loads the active token for the given series.

Parameters

string $series

Return Value

PersistentTokenInterface

Exceptions

TokenNotFoundException if the token is not found

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deleteTokenBySeries(string $series)

Deletes all tokens belonging to series.

Parameters

string $series

at line 82
updateToken(string $series, string $tokenValue, DateTime $lastUsed)

Updates the token according to this data.

Parameters

string $series
string $tokenValue
DateTime $lastUsed

Exceptions

TokenNotFoundException if the token is not found

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createNewToken(PersistentTokenInterface $token)

Creates a new token.

Parameters

PersistentTokenInterface $token