Source code for flask_diamond.facets.accounts

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Flask-Diamond (c) Ian Dennis Miller

from flask_security import SQLAlchemyUserDatastore
from flask_security import Security
from flask import current_app

security = Security()

[docs]def init_accounts(self, user=None, role=None, *args, **kwargs): """ Initialize Security for application. :param kwargs: parameters that will be passed through to Flask-Security :type kwargs: dict :returns: None A number of common User account operations are provided by `Flask- Security <>`_. This function is responsible for associating User models in the database with the Security object. In case you need to override a Flask-Security form (as is the case with implementing CAPTCHA) then you must use super() from within your application and provide any arguments destined for Flask-Security. >>> result = self.super("accounts", user=User, role=Role, >>> confirm_register_form=ExtendedRegisterForm) """ # import database from .. import db if not user or not role: from ..models.user import User as user from ..models.role import Role as role # create datastore user_datastore = SQLAlchemyUserDatastore(db, user, role) setattr(Security, "user_datastore", user_datastore) security.init_app(, datastore=user_datastore, *args, **kwargs)

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