tmilos/scim-filter-parser

System for Cross-domain Identity Management SCIM AST filter parser PHP library

1.3.0 2017-01-19 11:17 UTC

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Last update: 2021-11-28 10:30:05 UTC


README

The PHP parser for SCIM filter. SCIM stands for System for Cross-domain Identity Management and more details can be found on http://www.simplecloud.info/ website.

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Usage

Filter mode

<?php
$parser = new Parser(Mode::FILTER());
$node = $parser->parse('userType eq "Employee" and (emails co "example.com" or emails.value co "example.org")');
/*
walk the node...

Conjunction = {
    ComparisonExpression => userType eq Employee
    Disjunction => {
        ComparisonExpression => emails co example.com
        ComparisonExpression => emails.value co example.org
    }
}
*/

Path mode

<?php
$parser = new Parser(Mode::PATH());
$node = $parser->parse('members[value eq "2819c223-7f76-453a-919d-413861904646"].displayName');
/*
walk the node...

Path = {
    ValuePath = {
        AttributePath = 'members'
        ComparisonExpression = value eq 2819c223-7f76-453a-919d-413861904646
    }
    AttributePath = displayName,
}
*/

For more details look at the filter mode and path mode unit tests.

Filter and path mode

SCIM v2 for PATCH operations defines parsable path with different grammar than for the retrieving resources filter expressions. The parser by default is in the FILTER mode, but you can switch it to PATH mode either with optional constructor argument or with a Parser::setMode(Mode $mode) setter method.

Note: Path mode is valid only for SCIM v2 version.

<?php
$parser = new Parser(Mode::PATH());
$parser->parse('username'); // OK
$parser->parse('username eq "xxx"'); // throws ParseException - Col 8: Expected end of input, but got ' '

SCIM filter version

SCIM filter between versions v1 and v2 remained almost the same, with the difference that v2 introduced new ValuePath syntax. Parser is by default in v2 mode, and you can switch it to v1 with Parser::setVersion(Version::V1()) setter or with optional constructor argument. In v1 mode it will throw syntax errors when brackets are encountered.

<?php
$parser = new Parser(Mode::FILTER, Version::V1());
$parser->parse('emails[type eq "work"]'); // throws ParseException - Col 6: Expected SP, got '['