[rabbitmq-discuss] custom exchange checking auth user
dmitry.andrianov at alertme.com
Mon Jun 23 09:37:29 BST 2014
we actually using that thing already - client sets the user ID property
and server rejects a message if it does not match the actual auth user.
However, I did read it as that setUserId call being optional - it is up
to the client to set it. And if client does not set it, no validation is
So how do I prevent messages without an user id from being accepted?
If I need a custom exchange type or exchange decorator - it does not
really makes life much easier.
Also, as I said, there was an idea to automatically add a header with
client's IP address to each incoming message.
However after playing with custom exchange, I can see that its route
call is not the place for it anyway, so we are back to square one with
this specific idea.
On 20/06/14 23:53, Matthias Radestock wrote:
> On 20/06/14 15:45, Dmitry Andrianov wrote:
>> So we do not trust AMQP headers we receive from the client but we do
>> trust the SSL certificate and we do trust AQMP headers after the message
>> came through the first Rabbit and was verified.
> Would https://www.rabbitmq.com/validated-user-id.html help, perhaps?
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