14.2.1.9. Event Handler

The following event handlers are known to privacyIDEA

class privacyidea.lib.event.EventConfiguration[source]

This class is supposed to contain the event handling configuration during the Request. The currently defined events are fetched from the request-local config object.

property events

Shortcut for retrieving the currently defined event handlers from the request-local config object.

get_event(eventid)[source]

Return the reduced list with the given eventid. This list should only have one element.

Parameters

eventid (int or None) – id of the event

Returns

list with one element

get_handled_events(eventname, position='post')[source]

Return a list of the event handling definitions for the given eventname and the given position.

Parameters
  • eventname – The name of the event

  • position – the position of the event definition

Returns

privacyidea.lib.event.delete_event(event_id)[source]

Delete the event configuration with this given ID. :param event_id: The database ID of the event. :type event_id: int :return:

privacyidea.lib.event.enable_event(event_id, enable=True)[source]

Enable or disable the and event :param event_id: ID of the event :return:

class privacyidea.lib.event.event(eventname, request, g)[source]

This is the event decorator that calls the event handler in the handler module. This event decorator can be used at any API call

privacyidea.lib.event.get_handler_object(handlername)[source]

Return an event handler object based on the Name of the event handler class

Parameters

handlername – The identifier of the Handler Class

Returns

privacyidea.lib.event.set_event(name, event, handlermodule, action, conditions=None, ordering=0, options=None, id=None, active=True, position='post')[source]

Set an event handling configuration. This writes an entry to the database eventhandler.

Parameters
  • name – The name of the event definition

  • event (basestring) – The name of the event to react on. Can be a single event or a comma separated list.

  • handlermodule (basestring) – The identifier of the event handler module. This is an identifier string like “UserNotification”

  • action (basestring) – The action to perform. This is an action defined by the handler module

  • conditions (dict) – A condition. Only if this condition is met, the action is performed.

  • ordering (integer) – An optional ordering of the event definitions.

  • options (dict) – Additional options, that are needed as parameters for the action

  • id (int) – The DB id of the event. If the id is given, the event is updated. Otherwise a new entry is generated.

  • position (basestring) – The position of the event handler being “post” or “pre”

Returns

The id of the event.