As a user, I can authenticate with username and password stored in Pulp
- Basic Auth (with credentials stored in Pulp) works against any protected API endpoint
- only authenticated users have access to the API
(use permissions available in DRF out-of-the-box we do not want permissions to be more granular for MVP)
#8 Updated by firstname.lastname@example.org about 3 years ago
As part of this story, I am also adding a new management command called 'reset-admin-password'. This command will be invoked in the following way:
python manage.py reset-admin-password
Afterwards, the user will be prompted to enter a new password for the 'admin' user of Pulp.
Another way to invoke the command would be with '--random' argument. This would generate a random password for the user 'admin' and then output to stdout.
Our dev setup script could ask the developer to enter a password for 'admin' user. The spec file for the RPM could use this command to create 'admin' user with a random password.
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