Version 1.10 (checked in on 2010/03/02 at 08:55:42 by dries)
Dummy OpenID Provider used with SimpleTest.
The provider simply responds positively to all authentication requests. In addition to a Provider Endpoint (a URL used for Drupal to communicate with the provider using the OpenID Authentication protocol) the module provides URLs used by the various discovery mechanisms.
When a user enters an OpenID identity, the Relying Party (in the testing scenario, this is the OpenID module) looks up the URL of the Provider Endpoint using one of several discovery mechanisms. The Relying Party then redirects the user to Provider Endpoint. The provider verifies the user's identity and redirects the user back to the Relying Party accompanied by a signed message confirming the identity. Before redirecting to a provider for the first time, the Relying Party fetches a secret MAC key from the provider by doing a direct "associate" HTTP request to the Provider Endpoint. This key is used for verifying the signed messages from the provider.
|openid_test_endpoint||Menu callback; OpenID Provider Endpoint.|
|openid_test_html_openid1||Menu callback; regular HTML page with OpenID 1.0 <link> element.|
|openid_test_html_openid2||Menu callback; regular HTML page with OpenID 2.0 <link> element.|
|openid_test_yadis_http_equiv||Menu callback; regular HTML page with <meta> element.|
|openid_test_yadis_xrds||Menu callback; XRDS document that references the OP Endpoint URL.|
|openid_test_yadis_x_xrds_location||Menu callback; regular HTML page with an X-XRDS-Location HTTP header.|
|_openid_test_endpoint_associate||OpenID endpoint; handle "associate" requests (see OpenID Authentication 2.0, section 8).|
|_openid_test_endpoint_authenticate||OpenID endpoint; handle "authenticate" requests.|