Source code for oscar.apps.customer.forms

import string

from django import forms
from django.conf import settings
from django.contrib.auth import forms as auth_forms
from django.contrib.auth.forms import AuthenticationForm
from django.contrib.auth.password_validation import validate_password
from django.contrib.sites.shortcuts import get_current_site
from django.core.exceptions import ValidationError
from django.utils.crypto import get_random_string
from django.utils.http import is_safe_url
from django.utils.translation import gettext_lazy as _
from django.utils.translation import pgettext_lazy

from oscar.apps.customer.utils import get_password_reset_url, normalise_email
from oscar.core.compat import (
    existing_user_fields, get_user_model)
from oscar.core.loading import get_class, get_model, get_profile_class
from oscar.forms import widgets

Dispatcher = get_class('customer.utils', 'Dispatcher')
CommunicationEventType = get_model('customer', 'communicationeventtype')
ProductAlert = get_model('customer', 'ProductAlert')
User = get_user_model()

def generate_username():
    letters = string.ascii_letters
    allowed_chars = letters + string.digits + '_'
    uname = get_random_string(length=30, allowed_chars=allowed_chars)
        return generate_username()
    except User.DoesNotExist:
        return uname

[docs]class PasswordResetForm(auth_forms.PasswordResetForm): """ This form takes the same structure as its parent from django.contrib.auth """ communication_type_code = "PASSWORD_RESET"
[docs] def save(self, domain_override=None, use_https=False, request=None, **kwargs): """ Generates a one-use only link for resetting password and sends to the user. """ site = get_current_site(request) if domain_override is not None: site.domain = = domain_override email = self.cleaned_data['email'] active_users = User._default_manager.filter( email__iexact=email, is_active=True) for user in active_users: reset_url = self.get_reset_url(site, request, user, use_https) ctx = { 'user': user, 'site': site, 'reset_url': reset_url} messages = CommunicationEventType.objects.get_and_render( code=self.communication_type_code, context=ctx) Dispatcher().dispatch_user_messages(user, messages)
def get_reset_url(self, site, request, user, use_https): # the request argument isn't used currently, but implementors might # need it to determine the correct subdomain reset_url = "%s://%s%s" % ( 'https' if use_https else 'http', site.domain, get_password_reset_url(user)) return reset_url
[docs]class EmailAuthenticationForm(AuthenticationForm): """ Extends the standard django AuthenticationForm, to support 75 character usernames. 75 character usernames are needed to support the EmailOrUsername auth backend. """ username = forms.EmailField(label=_('Email address')) redirect_url = forms.CharField( widget=forms.HiddenInput, required=False) def __init__(self, host, *args, **kwargs): = host super().__init__(*args, **kwargs) def clean_redirect_url(self): url = self.cleaned_data['redirect_url'].strip() if url and is_safe_url(url, return url
[docs]class ConfirmPasswordForm(forms.Form): """ Extends the standard django AuthenticationForm, to support 75 character usernames. 75 character usernames are needed to support the EmailOrUsername auth backend. """ password = forms.CharField(label=_("Password"), widget=forms.PasswordInput) def __init__(self, user, *args, **kwargs): super().__init__(*args, **kwargs) self.user = user def clean_password(self): password = self.cleaned_data['password'] if not self.user.check_password(password): raise forms.ValidationError( _("The entered password is not valid!")) return password
[docs]class EmailUserCreationForm(forms.ModelForm): email = forms.EmailField(label=_('Email address')) password1 = forms.CharField( label=_('Password'), widget=forms.PasswordInput) password2 = forms.CharField( label=_('Confirm password'), widget=forms.PasswordInput) redirect_url = forms.CharField( widget=forms.HiddenInput, required=False) class Meta: model = User fields = ('email',) def __init__(self, host=None, *args, **kwargs): = host super().__init__(*args, **kwargs)
[docs] def clean_email(self): """ Checks for existing users with the supplied email address. """ email = normalise_email(self.cleaned_data['email']) if User._default_manager.filter(email__iexact=email).exists(): raise forms.ValidationError( _("A user with that email address already exists")) return email
def clean_password2(self): password1 = self.cleaned_data.get('password1', '') password2 = self.cleaned_data.get('password2', '') if password1 != password2: raise forms.ValidationError( _("The two password fields didn't match.")) validate_password(password2, self.instance) return password2 def clean_redirect_url(self): url = self.cleaned_data['redirect_url'].strip() if url and is_safe_url(url, return url return settings.LOGIN_REDIRECT_URL
[docs] def save(self, commit=True): user = super().save(commit=False) user.set_password(self.cleaned_data['password1']) if 'username' in [ for f in User._meta.fields]: user.username = generate_username() if commit: return user
[docs]class OrderSearchForm(forms.Form): date_from = forms.DateField( required=False, label=pgettext_lazy("start date", "From"), widget=widgets.DatePickerInput()) date_to = forms.DateField( required=False, label=pgettext_lazy("end date", "To"), widget=widgets.DatePickerInput()) order_number = forms.CharField(required=False, label=_("Order number"))
[docs] def clean(self): if self.is_valid() and not any([self.cleaned_data['date_from'], self.cleaned_data['date_to'], self.cleaned_data['order_number']]): raise forms.ValidationError(_("At least one field is required.")) return super().clean()
[docs] def description(self): """ Uses the form's data to build a useful description of what orders are listed. """ if not self.is_bound or not self.is_valid(): return _('All orders') else: date_from = self.cleaned_data['date_from'] date_to = self.cleaned_data['date_to'] order_number = self.cleaned_data['order_number'] return self._orders_description(date_from, date_to, order_number)
def _orders_description(self, date_from, date_to, order_number): if date_from and date_to: if order_number: desc = _('Orders placed between %(date_from)s and ' '%(date_to)s and order number containing ' '%(order_number)s') else: desc = _('Orders placed between %(date_from)s and ' '%(date_to)s') elif date_from: if order_number: desc = _('Orders placed since %(date_from)s and ' 'order number containing %(order_number)s') else: desc = _('Orders placed since %(date_from)s') elif date_to: if order_number: desc = _('Orders placed until %(date_to)s and ' 'order number containing %(order_number)s') else: desc = _('Orders placed until %(date_to)s') elif order_number: desc = _('Orders with order number containing %(order_number)s') else: return None params = { 'date_from': date_from, 'date_to': date_to, 'order_number': order_number, } return desc % params def get_filters(self): date_from = self.cleaned_data['date_from'] date_to = self.cleaned_data['date_to'] order_number = self.cleaned_data['order_number'] kwargs = {} if date_from and date_to: kwargs['date_placed__range'] = [date_from, date_to] elif date_from and not date_to: kwargs['date_placed__gt'] = date_from elif not date_from and date_to: kwargs['date_placed__lt'] = date_to if order_number: kwargs['number__contains'] = order_number return kwargs
[docs]class UserForm(forms.ModelForm): def __init__(self, user, *args, **kwargs): self.user = user kwargs['instance'] = user super().__init__(*args, **kwargs) if 'email' in self.fields: self.fields['email'].required = True
[docs] def clean_email(self): """ Make sure that the email address is aways unique as it is used instead of the username. This is necessary because the unique-ness of email addresses is *not* enforced on the model level in ``django.contrib.auth.models.User``. """ email = normalise_email(self.cleaned_data['email']) if User._default_manager.filter( email__iexact=email).exclude( raise ValidationError( _("A user with this email address already exists")) # Save the email unaltered return email
class Meta: model = User fields = existing_user_fields(['first_name', 'last_name', 'email'])
Profile = get_profile_class() if Profile: # noqa (too complex (12)) class UserAndProfileForm(forms.ModelForm): def __init__(self, user, *args, **kwargs): try: instance = Profile.objects.get(user=user) except Profile.DoesNotExist: # User has no profile, try a blank one instance = Profile(user=user) kwargs['instance'] = instance super().__init__(*args, **kwargs) # Get profile field names to help with ordering later profile_field_names = list(self.fields.keys()) # Get user field names (we look for core user fields first) core_field_names = set([ for f in User._meta.fields]) user_field_names = ['email'] for field_name in ('first_name', 'last_name'): if field_name in core_field_names: user_field_names.append(field_name) user_field_names.extend(User._meta.additional_fields) # Store user fields so we know what to save later self.user_field_names = user_field_names # Add additional user form fields additional_fields = forms.fields_for_model( User, fields=user_field_names) self.fields.update(additional_fields) # Ensure email is required and initialised correctly self.fields['email'].required = True # Set initial values for field_name in user_field_names: self.fields[field_name].initial = getattr(user, field_name) # Ensure order of fields is email, user fields then profile fields self.fields.keyOrder = user_field_names + profile_field_names class Meta: model = Profile exclude = ('user',) def clean_email(self): email = normalise_email(self.cleaned_data['email']) users_with_email = User._default_manager.filter( email__iexact=email).exclude( if users_with_email.exists(): raise ValidationError( _("A user with this email address already exists")) return email def save(self, *args, **kwargs): user = self.instance.user # Save user also for field_name in self.user_field_names: setattr(user, field_name, self.cleaned_data[field_name]) return super().save(*args, **kwargs) ProfileForm = UserAndProfileForm else: ProfileForm = UserForm
[docs]class ProductAlertForm(forms.ModelForm): email = forms.EmailField(required=True, label=_('Send notification to'), widget=forms.TextInput(attrs={ 'placeholder': _('Enter your email') })) def __init__(self, user, product, *args, **kwargs): self.user = user self.product = product super().__init__(*args, **kwargs) # Only show email field to unauthenticated users if user and user.is_authenticated: self.fields['email'].widget = forms.HiddenInput() self.fields['email'].required = False
[docs] def save(self, commit=True): alert = super().save(commit=False) if self.user.is_authenticated: alert.user = self.user alert.product = self.product if commit: return alert
[docs] def clean(self): cleaned_data = self.cleaned_data email = cleaned_data.get('email') if email: try: ProductAlert.objects.get( product=self.product, email__iexact=email, status=ProductAlert.ACTIVE) except ProductAlert.DoesNotExist: pass else: raise forms.ValidationError(_( "There is already an active stock alert for %s") % email) # Check that the email address hasn't got other unconfirmed alerts. # If they do then we don't want to spam them with more until they # have confirmed or cancelled the existing alert. if ProductAlert.objects.filter(email__iexact=email, status=ProductAlert.UNCONFIRMED).count(): raise forms.ValidationError(_( "%s has been sent a confirmation email for another product " "alert on this site. Please confirm or cancel that request " "before signing up for more alerts.") % email) elif self.user.is_authenticated: try: ProductAlert.objects.get(product=self.product, user=self.user, status=ProductAlert.ACTIVE) except ProductAlert.DoesNotExist: pass else: raise forms.ValidationError(_( "You already have an active alert for this product")) return cleaned_data
class Meta: model = ProductAlert fields = ['email']