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Importer des utilisateurs

Le Firebase Admin SDK fournit les Auth.importUsers() API pour les utilisateurs d' importer en vrac Firebase authentification avec des privilèges élevés. Bien que cette fonctionnalité est également disponible dans le Firebase CLI , le Admin SDK vous permet de télécharger les utilisateurs existants à partir d' un système d'authentification externe ou un autre projet Firebase programme sans avoir à créer CSV intermédiaire ou fichiers JSON.

L'API d'importation d'utilisateurs offre les avantages suivants :

  • Possibilité de migrer les utilisateurs d'un système d'authentification externe à l'aide d'un algorithme de hachage de mot de passe différent.
  • Possibilité de migrer les utilisateurs d'un autre projet Firebase.
  • Optimisation pour des opérations d'importation en vrac rapides et efficaces. Cette opération traite les utilisateurs sans vérifier uid , email - phoneNumber email , phoneNumber ou autre reproduction d'identification.
  • Possibilité de migrer des utilisateurs OAuth existants ou de créer de nouveaux utilisateurs (Google, Facebook, etc.).
  • Possibilité d'importer des utilisateurs avec des revendications personnalisées directement en vrac.

Usage

Jusqu'à 1000 utilisateurs peuvent être importés en un seul appel API. Notez que cette opération est optimisée pour la vitesse et ne vérifie pas uid , email , phoneNumber et d' autres duplication d'identification unique. L' importation d' un utilisateur qui entre en collision avec un existant uid remplacera l'utilisateur existant. L' importation d' un utilisateur avec un autre champ dupliqués (par exemple , email - email ) se traduira par un utilisateur supplémentaire avec la même valeur. Par conséquent, lorsque vous utilisez cette API, vous devez vous assurer que vous ne dupliquez aucun champ unique.

Node.js

// Up to 1000 users can be imported at once.
const userImportRecords = [
  {
    uid: 'uid1',
    email: 'user1@example.com',
    passwordHash: Buffer.from('passwordHash1'),
    passwordSalt: Buffer.from('salt1'),
  },
  {
    uid: 'uid2',
    email: 'user2@example.com',
    passwordHash: Buffer.from('passwordHash2'),
    passwordSalt: Buffer.from('salt2'),
  },
  //...
];

Java

// Up to 1000 users can be imported at once.
List<ImportUserRecord> users = new ArrayList<>();
users.add(ImportUserRecord.builder()
    .setUid("uid1")
    .setEmail("user1@example.com")
    .setPasswordHash("passwordHash1".getBytes())
    .setPasswordSalt("salt1".getBytes())
    .build());
users.add(ImportUserRecord.builder()
    .setUid("uid2")
    .setEmail("user2@example.com")
    .setPasswordHash("passwordHash2".getBytes())
    .setPasswordSalt("salt2".getBytes())
    .build());

Python

# Up to 1000 users can be imported at once.
users = [
    auth.ImportUserRecord(
        uid='uid1',
        email='user1@example.com',
        password_hash=b'password_hash_1',
        password_salt=b'salt1'
    ),
    auth.ImportUserRecord(
        uid='uid2',
        email='user2@example.com',
        password_hash=b'password_hash_2',
        password_salt=b'salt2'
    ),
]

Aller

// Up to 1000 users can be imported at once.
var users []*auth.UserToImport
users = append(users, (&auth.UserToImport{}).
	UID("uid1").
	Email("user1@example.com").
	PasswordHash([]byte("passwordHash1")).
	PasswordSalt([]byte("salt1")))
users = append(users, (&auth.UserToImport{}).
	UID("uid2").
	Email("user2@example.com").
	PasswordHash([]byte("passwordHash2")).
	PasswordSalt([]byte("salt2")))

C#

//  Up to 1000 users can be imported at once.
var users = new List<ImportUserRecordArgs>()
{
    new ImportUserRecordArgs()
    {
        Uid = "uid1",
        Email = "user1@example.com",
        PasswordHash = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("passwordHash1"),
        PasswordSalt = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("salt1"),
    },
    new ImportUserRecordArgs()
    {
        Uid = "uid2",
        Email = "user2@example.com",
        PasswordHash = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("passwordHash2"),
        PasswordSalt = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("salt2"),
    },
};

Dans cet exemple, les options de hachage sont spécifiées pour aider Firebase à authentifier en toute sécurité ces utilisateurs la prochaine fois qu'ils essaieront de se connecter avec Firebase Authentication. Une fois la connexion réussie, Firebase re-hache le mot de passe de l'utilisateur avec l'algorithme de hachage interne de Firebase. En savoir plus sur les champs obligatoires par algorithme ci-dessous.

Firebase Authentication tente de télécharger la liste complète des utilisateurs fournis même lorsqu'une erreur spécifique à l'utilisateur se produit. L'opération renvoie un résultat avec le résumé des importations réussies et échouées. Les détails de l'erreur sont renvoyés par échec d'importation d'utilisateur.

Node.js

getAuth()
  .importUsers(userImportRecords, {
    hash: {
      algorithm: 'HMAC_SHA256',
      key: Buffer.from('secretKey'),
    },
  })
  .then((userImportResult) => {
    // The number of successful imports is determined via: userImportResult.successCount.
    // The number of failed imports is determined via: userImportResult.failureCount.
    // To get the error details.
    userImportResult.errors.forEach((indexedError) => {
      // The corresponding user that failed to upload.
      console.log(
        'Error ' + indexedError.index,
        ' failed to import: ',
        indexedError.error
      );
    });
  })
  .catch((error) => {
    // Some unrecoverable error occurred that prevented the operation from running.
  });

Java

UserImportOptions options = UserImportOptions.withHash(
    HmacSha256.builder()
        .setKey("secretKey".getBytes())
        .build());
try {
  UserImportResult result = FirebaseAuth.getInstance().importUsers(users, options);
  System.out.println("Successfully imported " + result.getSuccessCount() + " users");
  System.out.println("Failed to import " + result.getFailureCount() + " users");
  for (ErrorInfo indexedError : result.getErrors()) {
    System.out.println("Failed to import user at index: " + indexedError.getIndex()
        + " due to error: " + indexedError.getReason());
  }
} catch (FirebaseAuthException e) {
  // Some unrecoverable error occurred that prevented the operation from running.
}

Python

hash_alg = auth.UserImportHash.hmac_sha256(key=b'secret_key')
try:
    result = auth.import_users(users, hash_alg=hash_alg)
    print('Successfully imported {0} users. Failed to import {1} users.'.format(
        result.success_count, result.failure_count))
    for err in result.errors:
        print('Failed to import {0} due to {1}'.format(users[err.index].uid, err.reason))
except exceptions.FirebaseError:
    # Some unrecoverable error occurred that prevented the operation from running.
    pass

Aller

client, err := app.Auth(ctx)
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalln("Error initializing Auth client", err)
}

h := hash.HMACSHA256{
	Key: []byte("secretKey"),
}
result, err := client.ImportUsers(ctx, users, auth.WithHash(h))
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalln("Unrecoverable error prevented the operation from running", err)
}

log.Printf("Successfully imported %d users\n", result.SuccessCount)
log.Printf("Failed to import %d users\n", result.FailureCount)
for _, e := range result.Errors {
	log.Printf("Failed to import user at index: %d due to error: %s\n", e.Index, e.Reason)
}

C#

var options = new UserImportOptions()
{
    Hash = new HmacSha256()
    {
        Key = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("secretKey"),
    },
};

try
{
    UserImportResult result = await FirebaseAuth.DefaultInstance.ImportUsersAsync(users, options);
    Console.WriteLine($"Successfully imported {result.SuccessCount} users");
    Console.WriteLine($"Failed to import {result.FailureCount} users");
    foreach (ErrorInfo indexedError in result.Errors)
    {
        Console.WriteLine($"Failed to import user at index: {indexedError.Index}"
            + $" due to error: {indexedError.Reason}");
    }
}
catch (FirebaseAuthException)
{
    // Some unrecoverable error occurred that prevented the operation from running.
}

Si aucun hachage de mot de passe n'est nécessaire (numéro de téléphone, utilisateur de jeton personnalisé, utilisateur OAuth, etc.), ne fournissez pas d'options de hachage.

Importer des utilisateurs avec des mots de passe hachés Firebase scrypt

Par défaut, Firebase utilise une la version Firebase modifiée de l'algorithme de hachage scrypt aux mots de passe de magasin. L'importation de mots de passe hachés avec un scrypt modifié est utile pour migrer des utilisateurs à partir d'un autre projet Firebase existant. Pour ce faire, les paramètres internes doivent être déterminés pour le projet d'origine.

Firebase génère des paramètres de hachage de mot de passe uniques pour chaque projet Firebase. Pour accéder à ces paramètres, accédez à l' onglet Utilisateurs dans la console Firebase et sélectionnez Paramètres hash dans la liste déroulante dans le coin supérieur droit de la liste de la table des utilisateurs.

Les paramètres nécessaires pour construire les options de hachage pour cet algorithme incluent :

  • key : la clé du signataire normalement dans l' encodage base64.
  • saltSeparator : le séparateur de sel normalement fourni en base64 codant ( en option).
  • rounds : le nombre de tours utilisés pour hacher les mots de passe.
  • memoryCost : le coût de la mémoire requise pour cet algorithme.

Node.js

getAuth()
  .importUsers(
    [
      {
        uid: 'some-uid',
        email: 'user@example.com',
        // Must be provided in a byte buffer.
        passwordHash: Buffer.from('base64-password-hash', 'base64'),
        // Must be provided in a byte buffer.
        passwordSalt: Buffer.from('base64-salt', 'base64'),
      },
    ],
    {
      hash: {
        algorithm: 'SCRYPT',
        // All the parameters below can be obtained from the Firebase Console's users section.
        // Must be provided in a byte buffer.
        key: Buffer.from('base64-secret', 'base64'),
        saltSeparator: Buffer.from('base64SaltSeparator', 'base64'),
        rounds: 8,
        memoryCost: 14,
      },
    }
  )
  .then((results) => {
    results.errors.forEach((indexedError) => {
      console.log(`Error importing user ${indexedError.index}`);
    });
  })
  .catch((error) => {
    console.log('Error importing users :', error);
  });

Java

try {
  List<ImportUserRecord> users = Collections.singletonList(ImportUserRecord.builder()
      .setUid("some-uid")
      .setEmail("user@example.com")
      .setPasswordHash("password-hash".getBytes())
      .setPasswordSalt("salt".getBytes())
      .build());
  UserImportOptions options = UserImportOptions.withHash(
      Scrypt.builder()
          // All the parameters below can be obtained from the Firebase Console's "Users"
          // section. Base64 encoded parameters must be decoded into raw bytes.
          .setKey(BaseEncoding.base64().decode("base64-secret"))
          .setSaltSeparator(BaseEncoding.base64().decode("base64-salt-separator"))
          .setRounds(8)
          .setMemoryCost(14)
          .build());
  UserImportResult result = FirebaseAuth.getInstance().importUsers(users, options);
  for (ErrorInfo indexedError : result.getErrors()) {
    System.out.println("Failed to import user: " + indexedError.getReason());
  }
} catch (FirebaseAuthException e) {
  System.out.println("Error importing users: " + e.getMessage());
}

Python

users = [
    auth.ImportUserRecord(
        uid='some-uid',
        email='user@example.com',
        password_hash=b'password_hash',
        password_salt=b'salt'
    ),
]

# All the parameters below can be obtained from the Firebase Console's "Users"
# section. Base64 encoded parameters must be decoded into raw bytes.
hash_alg = auth.UserImportHash.scrypt(
    key=base64.b64decode('base64_secret'),
    salt_separator=base64.b64decode('base64_salt_separator'),
    rounds=8,
    memory_cost=14
)
try:
    result = auth.import_users(users, hash_alg=hash_alg)
    for err in result.errors:
        print('Failed to import user:', err.reason)
except exceptions.FirebaseError as error:
    print('Error importing users:', error)

Aller

users := []*auth.UserToImport{
	(&auth.UserToImport{}).
		UID("some-uid").
		Email("user@example.com").
		PasswordHash([]byte("password-hash")).
		PasswordSalt([]byte("salt")),
}
b64decode := func(s string) []byte {
	b, err := base64.StdEncoding.DecodeString(s)
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatalln("Failed to decode string", err)
	}
	return b
}

// All the parameters below can be obtained from the Firebase Console's "Users"
// section. Base64 encoded parameters must be decoded into raw bytes.
h := hash.Scrypt{
	Key:           b64decode("base64-secret"),
	SaltSeparator: b64decode("base64-salt-separator"),
	Rounds:        8,
	MemoryCost:    14,
}
result, err := client.ImportUsers(ctx, users, auth.WithHash(h))
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalln("Error importing users", err)
}
for _, e := range result.Errors {
	log.Println("Failed to import user", e.Reason)
}

C#

try
{
    var users = new List<ImportUserRecordArgs>()
    {
        new ImportUserRecordArgs()
        {
            Uid = "some-uid",
            Email = "user@example.com",
            PasswordHash = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("password-hash"),
            PasswordSalt = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("salt"),
        },
    };

    var options = new UserImportOptions()
    {
        // All the parameters below can be obtained from the Firebase Console's "Users"
        // section. Base64 encoded parameters must be decoded into raw bytes.
        Hash = new Scrypt()
        {
            Key = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("base64-secret"),
            SaltSeparator = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("base64-salt-separator"),
            Rounds = 8,
            MemoryCost = 14,
        },
    };

    UserImportResult result = await FirebaseAuth.DefaultInstance.ImportUsersAsync(users, options);
    foreach (ErrorInfo indexedError in result.Errors)
    {
        Console.WriteLine($"Failed to import user: {indexedError.Reason}");
    }
}
catch (FirebaseAuthException e)
{
    Console.WriteLine($"Error importing users: {e.Message}");
}

Importez des utilisateurs avec des mots de passe hachés scrypt standard

Firebase Authentication prend en charge l'algorithme scrypt standard ainsi que la version modifiée (ci-dessus). Pour l'algorithme scrypt standard, les paramètres de hachage suivants sont requis :

  • memoryCost : le coût CPU / mémoire de l'algorithme de hachage.
  • parallelization : la parallélisation de l'algorithme de hachage.
  • blockSize : la taille du bloc (normalement 8) de l'algorithme de hachage.
  • derivedKeyLength : La longueur de clé dérivée de l'algorithme de hachage

Node.js

getAuth()
  .importUsers(
    [
      {
        uid: 'some-uid',
        email: 'user@example.com',
        // Must be provided in a byte buffer.
        passwordHash: Buffer.from('password-hash'),
        // Must be provided in a byte buffer.
        passwordSalt: Buffer.from('salt'),
      },
    ],
    {
      hash: {
        algorithm: 'STANDARD_SCRYPT',
        memoryCost: 1024,
        parallelization: 16,
        blockSize: 8,
        derivedKeyLength: 64,
      },
    }
  )
  .then((results) => {
    results.errors.forEach((indexedError) => {
      console.log(`Error importing user ${indexedError.index}`);
    });
  })
  .catch((error) => {
    console.log('Error importing users :', error);
  });

Java

try {
  List<ImportUserRecord> users = Collections.singletonList(ImportUserRecord.builder()
      .setUid("some-uid")
      .setEmail("user@example.com")
      .setPasswordHash("password-hash".getBytes())
      .setPasswordSalt("salt".getBytes())
      .build());
  UserImportOptions options = UserImportOptions.withHash(
      StandardScrypt.builder()
          .setMemoryCost(1024)
          .setParallelization(16)
          .setBlockSize(8)
          .setDerivedKeyLength(64)
          .build());
  UserImportResult result = FirebaseAuth.getInstance().importUsers(users, options);
  for (ErrorInfo indexedError : result.getErrors()) {
    System.out.println("Failed to import user: " + indexedError.getReason());
  }
} catch (FirebaseAuthException e) {
  System.out.println("Error importing users: " + e.getMessage());
}

Python

users = [
    auth.ImportUserRecord(
        uid='some-uid',
        email='user@example.com',
        password_hash=b'password_hash',
        password_salt=b'salt'
    ),
]

hash_alg = auth.UserImportHash.standard_scrypt(
    memory_cost=1024, parallelization=16, block_size=8, derived_key_length=64)
try:
    result = auth.import_users(users, hash_alg=hash_alg)
    for err in result.errors:
        print('Failed to import user:', err.reason)
except exceptions.FirebaseError as error:
    print('Error importing users:', error)

Aller

users := []*auth.UserToImport{
	(&auth.UserToImport{}).
		UID("some-uid").
		Email("user@example.com").
		PasswordHash([]byte("password-hash")).
		PasswordSalt([]byte("salt")),
}
h := hash.StandardScrypt{
	MemoryCost:       1024,
	Parallelization:  16,
	BlockSize:        8,
	DerivedKeyLength: 64,
}
result, err := client.ImportUsers(ctx, users, auth.WithHash(h))
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalln("Error importing users", err)
}
for _, e := range result.Errors {
	log.Println("Failed to import user", e.Reason)
}

C#

try
{
    var users = new List<ImportUserRecordArgs>()
    {
        new ImportUserRecordArgs()
        {
            Uid = "some-uid",
            Email = "user@example.com",
            PasswordHash = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("password-hash"),
            PasswordSalt = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("salt"),
        },
    };

    var options = new UserImportOptions()
    {
        Hash = new StandardScrypt()
        {
            MemoryCost = 1024,
            Parallelization = 16,
            BlockSize = 8,
            DerivedKeyLength = 64,
        },
    };

    UserImportResult result = await FirebaseAuth.DefaultInstance.ImportUsersAsync(users, options);
    foreach (ErrorInfo indexedError in result.Errors)
    {
        Console.WriteLine($"Failed to import user: {indexedError.Reason}");
    }
}
catch (FirebaseAuthException e)
{
    Console.WriteLine($"Error importing users: {e.Message}");
}

Importer des utilisateurs avec des mots de passe hachés HMAC

Algorithmes HMAC de hachage comprennent: HMAC_MD5 , HMAC_SHA1 , HMAC_SHA256 et HMAC_SHA512 . Pour ces algorithmes de hachage, vous devez fournir la clé de signataire de hachage.

Node.js

getAuth()
  .importUsers(
    [
      {
        uid: 'some-uid',
        email: 'user@example.com',
        // Must be provided in a byte buffer.
        passwordHash: Buffer.from('password-hash'),
        // Must be provided in a byte buffer.
        passwordSalt: Buffer.from('salt'),
      },
    ],
    {
      hash: {
        algorithm: 'HMAC_SHA256',
        // Must be provided in a byte buffer.
        key: Buffer.from('secret'),
      },
    }
  )
  .then((results) => {
    results.errors.forEach((indexedError) => {
      console.log(`Error importing user ${indexedError.index}`);
    });
  })
  .catch((error) => {
    console.log('Error importing users :', error);
  });

Java

try {
  List<ImportUserRecord> users = Collections.singletonList(ImportUserRecord.builder()
      .setUid("some-uid")
      .setEmail("user@example.com")
      .setPasswordHash("password-hash".getBytes())
      .setPasswordSalt("salt".getBytes())
      .build());
  UserImportOptions options = UserImportOptions.withHash(
      HmacSha256.builder()
          .setKey("secret".getBytes())
          .build());
  UserImportResult result = FirebaseAuth.getInstance().importUsers(users, options);
  for (ErrorInfo indexedError : result.getErrors()) {
    System.out.println("Failed to import user: " + indexedError.getReason());
  }
} catch (FirebaseAuthException e) {
  System.out.println("Error importing users: " + e.getMessage());
}

Python

users = [
    auth.ImportUserRecord(
        uid='some-uid',
        email='user@example.com',
        password_hash=b'password_hash',
        password_salt=b'salt'
    ),
]

hash_alg = auth.UserImportHash.hmac_sha256(key=b'secret')
try:
    result = auth.import_users(users, hash_alg=hash_alg)
    for err in result.errors:
        print('Failed to import user:', err.reason)
except exceptions.FirebaseError as error:
    print('Error importing users:', error)

Aller

users := []*auth.UserToImport{
	(&auth.UserToImport{}).
		UID("some-uid").
		Email("user@example.com").
		PasswordHash([]byte("password-hash")).
		PasswordSalt([]byte("salt")),
}
h := hash.HMACSHA256{
	Key: []byte("secret"),
}
result, err := client.ImportUsers(ctx, users, auth.WithHash(h))
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalln("Error importing users", err)
}
for _, e := range result.Errors {
	log.Println("Failed to import user", e.Reason)
}

C#

try
{
    var users = new List<ImportUserRecordArgs>()
    {
        new ImportUserRecordArgs()
        {
            Uid = "some-uid",
            Email = "user@example.com",
            PasswordHash = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("password-hash"),
            PasswordSalt = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("salt"),
        },
    };

    var options = new UserImportOptions()
    {
        Hash = new HmacSha256()
        {
            Key = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("secret"),
        },
    };

    UserImportResult result = await FirebaseAuth.DefaultInstance.ImportUsersAsync(users, options);
    foreach (ErrorInfo indexedError in result.Errors)
    {
        Console.WriteLine($"Failed to import user: {indexedError.Reason}");
    }
}
catch (FirebaseAuthException e)
{
    Console.WriteLine($"Error importing users: {e.Message}");
}

Importez des utilisateurs avec des mots de passe hachés MD5, SHA et PBKDF

MD5, les algorithmes de hachage SHA et PBKDF comprennent: MD5 , SHA1 , SHA256 , SHA512 , PBKDF_SHA1 et PBKDF2_SHA256 . Pour ces algorithmes de hachage, vous devez fournir le nombre de tours (entre 0 et 8192 pour MD5 , entre 1 et 8192 pour SHA1 , SHA256 et SHA512 , et entre 0 et 120000 pour PBKDF_SHA1 et PBKDF2_SHA256 ) utilisé pour hachage du mot de passe.

Node.js

getAuth()
  .importUsers(
    [
      {
        uid: 'some-uid',
        email: 'user@example.com',
        // Must be provided in a byte buffer.
        passwordHash: Buffer.from('password-hash'),
        // Must be provided in a byte buffer.
        passwordSalt: Buffer.from('salt'),
      },
    ],
    {
      hash: {
        algorithm: 'PBKDF2_SHA256',
        rounds: 100000,
      },
    }
  )
  .then((results) => {
    results.errors.forEach((indexedError) => {
      console.log(`Error importing user ${indexedError.index}`);
    });
  })
  .catch((error) => {
    console.log('Error importing users :', error);
  });

Java

try {
  List<ImportUserRecord> users = Collections.singletonList(ImportUserRecord.builder()
      .setUid("some-uid")
      .setEmail("user@example.com")
      .setPasswordHash("password-hash".getBytes())
      .setPasswordSalt("salt".getBytes())
      .build());
  UserImportOptions options = UserImportOptions.withHash(
      Pbkdf2Sha256.builder()
          .setRounds(100000)
          .build());
  UserImportResult result = FirebaseAuth.getInstance().importUsers(users, options);
  for (ErrorInfo indexedError : result.getErrors()) {
    System.out.println("Failed to import user: " + indexedError.getReason());
  }
} catch (FirebaseAuthException e) {
  System.out.println("Error importing users: " + e.getMessage());
}

Python

users = [
    auth.ImportUserRecord(
        uid='some-uid',
        email='user@example.com',
        password_hash=b'password_hash',
        password_salt=b'salt'
    ),
]

hash_alg = auth.UserImportHash.pbkdf2_sha256(rounds=100000)
try:
    result = auth.import_users(users, hash_alg=hash_alg)
    for err in result.errors:
        print('Failed to import user:', err.reason)
except exceptions.FirebaseError as error:
    print('Error importing users:', error)

Aller

users := []*auth.UserToImport{
	(&auth.UserToImport{}).
		UID("some-uid").
		Email("user@example.com").
		PasswordHash([]byte("password-hash")).
		PasswordSalt([]byte("salt")),
}
h := hash.PBKDF2SHA256{
	Rounds: 100000,
}
result, err := client.ImportUsers(ctx, users, auth.WithHash(h))
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalln("Error importing users", err)
}
for _, e := range result.Errors {
	log.Println("Failed to import user", e.Reason)
}

C#

try
{
    var users = new List<ImportUserRecordArgs>()
    {
        new ImportUserRecordArgs()
        {
            Uid = "some-uid",
            Email = "user@example.com",
            PasswordHash = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("password-hash"),
            PasswordSalt = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("salt"),
        },
    };

    var options = new UserImportOptions()
    {
        Hash = new Pbkdf2Sha256()
        {
            Rounds = 100000,
        },
    };

    UserImportResult result = await FirebaseAuth.DefaultInstance.ImportUsersAsync(users, options);
    foreach (ErrorInfo indexedError in result.Errors)
    {
        Console.WriteLine($"Failed to import user: {indexedError.Reason}");
    }
}
catch (FirebaseAuthException e)
{
    Console.WriteLine($"Error importing users: {e.Message}");
}

Importer des utilisateurs avec des mots de passe hachés BCRYPT

Pour les mots de passe hachés BCRYPT, aucun paramètre de hachage supplémentaire ni sel de mot de passe par utilisateur ne sont requis.

Node.js

getAuth()
  .importUsers(
    [
      {
        uid: 'some-uid',
        email: 'user@example.com',
        // Must be provided in a byte buffer.
        passwordHash: Buffer.from('password-hash'),
      },
    ],
    {
      hash: {
        algorithm: 'BCRYPT',
      },
    }
  )
  .then((results) => {
    results.errors.forEach((indexedError) => {
      console.log(`Error importing user ${indexedError.index}`);
    });
  })
  .catch((error) => {
    console.log('Error importing users :', error);
  });

Java

try {
  List<ImportUserRecord> users = Collections.singletonList(ImportUserRecord.builder()
      .setUid("some-uid")
      .setEmail("user@example.com")
      .setPasswordHash("password-hash".getBytes())
      .setPasswordSalt("salt".getBytes())
      .build());
  UserImportOptions options = UserImportOptions.withHash(Bcrypt.getInstance());
  UserImportResult result = FirebaseAuth.getInstance().importUsers(users, options);
  for (ErrorInfo indexedError : result.getErrors()) {
    System.out.println("Failed to import user: " + indexedError.getReason());
  }
} catch (FirebaseAuthException e) {
  System.out.println("Error importing users: " + e.getMessage());
}

Python

users = [
    auth.ImportUserRecord(
        uid='some-uid',
        email='user@example.com',
        password_hash=b'password_hash',
        password_salt=b'salt'
    ),
]

hash_alg = auth.UserImportHash.bcrypt()
try:
    result = auth.import_users(users, hash_alg=hash_alg)
    for err in result.errors:
        print('Failed to import user:', err.reason)
except exceptions.FirebaseError as error:
    print('Error importing users:', error)

Aller

users := []*auth.UserToImport{
	(&auth.UserToImport{}).
		UID("some-uid").
		Email("user@example.com").
		PasswordHash([]byte("password-hash")).
		PasswordSalt([]byte("salt")),
}
h := hash.Bcrypt{}
result, err := client.ImportUsers(ctx, users, auth.WithHash(h))
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalln("Error importing users", err)
}
for _, e := range result.Errors {
	log.Println("Failed to import user", e.Reason)
}

C#

try
{
    var users = new List<ImportUserRecordArgs>()
    {
        new ImportUserRecordArgs()
        {
            Uid = "some-uid",
            Email = "user@example.com",
            PasswordHash = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("password-hash"),
            PasswordSalt = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes("salt"),
        },
    };

    var options = new UserImportOptions()
    {
        Hash = new Bcrypt(),
    };

    UserImportResult result = await FirebaseAuth.DefaultInstance.ImportUsersAsync(users, options);
    foreach (ErrorInfo indexedError in result.Errors)
    {
        Console.WriteLine($"Failed to import user: {indexedError.Reason}");
    }
}
catch (FirebaseAuthException e)
{
    Console.WriteLine($"Error importing users: {e.Message}");
}

Importer des utilisateurs sans mot de passe

Vous pouvez importer des utilisateurs sans mot de passe. Les utilisateurs sans mot de passe peuvent être importés en combinaison avec des utilisateurs disposant de fournisseurs OAuth, de revendications personnalisées et de numéros de téléphone, etc.

Node.js

getAuth()
  .importUsers([
    {
      uid: 'some-uid',
      displayName: 'John Doe',
      email: 'johndoe@gmail.com',
      photoURL: 'http://www.example.com/12345678/photo.png',
      emailVerified: true,
      phoneNumber: '+11234567890',
      // Set this user as admin.
      customClaims: { admin: true },
      // User with Google provider.
      providerData: [
        {
          uid: 'google-uid',
          email: 'johndoe@gmail.com',
          displayName: 'John Doe',
          photoURL: 'http://www.example.com/12345678/photo.png',
          providerId: 'google.com',
        },
      ],
    },
  ])
  .then((results) => {
    results.errors.forEach((indexedError) => {
      console.log(`Error importing user ${indexedError.index}`);
    });
  })
  .catch((error) => {
    console.log('Error importing users :', error);
  });

Java

try {
  List<ImportUserRecord> users = Collections.singletonList(ImportUserRecord.builder()
      .setUid("some-uid")
      .setDisplayName("John Doe")
      .setEmail("johndoe@gmail.com")
      .setPhotoUrl("http://www.example.com/12345678/photo.png")
      .setEmailVerified(true)
      .setPhoneNumber("+11234567890")
      .putCustomClaim("admin", true) // set this user as admin
      .addUserProvider(UserProvider.builder() // user with Google provider
          .setUid("google-uid")
          .setEmail("johndoe@gmail.com")
          .setDisplayName("John Doe")
          .setPhotoUrl("http://www.example.com/12345678/photo.png")
          .setProviderId("google.com")
          .build())
      .build());
  UserImportResult result = FirebaseAuth.getInstance().importUsers(users);
  for (ErrorInfo indexedError : result.getErrors()) {
    System.out.println("Failed to import user: " + indexedError.getReason());
  }
} catch (FirebaseAuthException e) {
  System.out.println("Error importing users: " + e.getMessage());
}

Python

users = [
    auth.ImportUserRecord(
        uid='some-uid',
        display_name='John Doe',
        email='johndoe@gmail.com',
        photo_url='http://www.example.com/12345678/photo.png',
        email_verified=True,
        phone_number='+11234567890',
        custom_claims={'admin': True}, # set this user as admin
        provider_data=[ # user with Google provider
            auth.UserProvider(
                uid='google-uid',
                email='johndoe@gmail.com',
                display_name='John Doe',
                photo_url='http://www.example.com/12345678/photo.png',
                provider_id='google.com'
            )
        ],
    ),
]
try:
    result = auth.import_users(users)
    for err in result.errors:
        print('Failed to import user:', err.reason)
except exceptions.FirebaseError as error:
    print('Error importing users:', error)

Aller

users := []*auth.UserToImport{
	(&auth.UserToImport{}).
		UID("some-uid").
		DisplayName("John Doe").
		Email("johndoe@gmail.com").
		PhotoURL("http://www.example.com/12345678/photo.png").
		EmailVerified(true).
		PhoneNumber("+11234567890").
		CustomClaims(map[string]interface{}{"admin": true}). // set this user as admin
		ProviderData([]*auth.UserProvider{                   // user with Google provider
			{
				UID:         "google-uid",
				Email:       "johndoe@gmail.com",
				DisplayName: "John Doe",
				PhotoURL:    "http://www.example.com/12345678/photo.png",
				ProviderID:  "google.com",
			},
		}),
}
result, err := client.ImportUsers(ctx, users)
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalln("Error importing users", err)
}
for _, e := range result.Errors {
	log.Println("Failed to import user", e.Reason)
}

C#

try
{
    var users = new List<ImportUserRecordArgs>()
    {
        new ImportUserRecordArgs()
        {
            Uid = "some-uid",
            DisplayName = "John Doe",
            Email = "johndoe@gmail.com",
            PhotoUrl = "http://www.example.com/12345678/photo.png",
            EmailVerified = true,
            PhoneNumber = "+11234567890",
            CustomClaims = new Dictionary<string, object>()
            {
                { "admin", true }, // set this user as admin
            },
            UserProviders = new List<UserProvider>
            {
                new UserProvider() // user with Google provider
                {
                    Uid = "google-uid",
                    Email = "johndoe@gmail.com",
                    DisplayName = "John Doe",
                    PhotoUrl = "http://www.example.com/12345678/photo.png",
                    ProviderId = "google.com",
                },
            },
        },
    };

    UserImportResult result = await FirebaseAuth.DefaultInstance.ImportUsersAsync(users);
    foreach (ErrorInfo indexedError in result.Errors)
    {
        Console.WriteLine($"Failed to import user: {indexedError.Reason}");
    }
}
catch (FirebaseAuthException e)
{
    Console.WriteLine($"Error importing users: {e.Message}");
}