@PitaJ is correct, the option is called the "tags whitelist", and you can decide which tags to allow, and do so on a per-category basis
Web API: Search user by custom field?
I am using a customized nodebb-plugin-sso-oauth plugin. After login, the user is created initially and the users id on my oauth identity server is saved in a custom field (
My OAuth identity server offers a concept of changing your username. So I built some code that calls the
api/v2/usersendpoint of the write plugin. However, to write the correct thing I need to lookup the nodebb userid with my external id /
It seems like the nodebb web api has no feature to search for users by custom fields. Am I right? Is there a plugin that offers this? Or what plugin could be taken as reference to implement this on my own?
This is usually done by saving the mapping of oauth id to nodebb uid. If it is saved as an object like that then getting the nodebb uid with a oauth id is done with
const nbbUid = await db.getObjectField(constants.name + 'Id:uid', payload.oAuthid);
But that is internal api. I am looking for a solution for an external service to lookup the user with the custom field.
This already exists: http://localhost:4567/api/user/uid/2
I am looking for something like
http://localhost:4567/api/user/<my custom field>/<my custom value>or
http://localhost:4567/api/users?filter=<my custom field>==<my custom value>
I think you'll need to create that route in the plugin that you're using to add the custom field - NodeBB only provides routes for uid and username. You can check for privileges with
middleware.canViewUsersif you don't want everyone to be able to see users info. I think the oauth plugin already sets up some custom routes, so you can base the api implementation on them.
Ah yes, perfect. That works locally. Thank you very much.
Last question: I published a new version of my plugin on npmjs.org, but the plugin list still shows the old version (even a complete new installation). What am I doing wrong? Or is this list centrally stored somewhere and only refreshed once a day?
It should cache for an hour, I think (based on a quick look at nodebb package manager code). So yes - you have to wait a bit before the nbbpm refreshes. You can just install the updated version manually by using
npm install <package name>from the command line in NodeBB folder.