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Use Keystone Client session / discovery code

BP: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/python-designateclient/+spec/switch-to-keystone-session

Problem description

Make the CLI use the Session pattern which should be better then the current approach that’s based on a hook / taking the token from ksclient.auth_token after ksclient.authenticate() is called.

Proposed change

V1 client code shouldn’t change except have added capabilities.

We would end up having the following parameters for the designateclient.v1.Client object:

Name Description
username Username (v2/v3)
user_id User’s ID (v3)
user_domain_id User’s Domain ID (v3)
user_domain_name User’s Domain Name (v3)
password Password (v2/v3)
tenant_name Tenant Name (v2)
tenant_id Tenant ID (v2)
project_name Project Name (v3)
project_id Project ID (v3)
project_domain_name Project Domain Name (v3)
project_domain_id Project Domain ID (v3)
auth_url Auth URL w/wo auth version in it (It will be discovered by ks.discover if not present)
token Existing authentication Token (v2/v3)
endpoint_type Endpoint type (v2/v3)
service_type Service type (v2/v3)
insecure Require valid SSL certs
cacert CA Cert to use
cert SSL Cert to use

Implementation

Assignee(s)

Primary assignee:
endre-karlson

Milestones

Target Milestone for completion:
Kilo-1

Work Items

N/A

Dependencies

  • python-keystoneclent v0.11.+

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