Check the module web, it defines the login form and js files etc, check also the file res_users.py in module base/res/ and there is the login function defined.
def login(self, db, login, password): if not password: return False user_id = False cr = pooler.get_db(db).cursor() try: # autocommit: our single update request will be performed atomically. # (In this way, there is no opportunity to have two transactions # interleaving their cr.execute()..cr.commit() calls and have one # of them rolled back due to a concurrent access.) cr.autocommit(True) # check if user exists res = self.search(cr, SUPERUSER_ID, [('login','=',login)]) if res: user_id = res # check credentials self.check_credentials(cr, user_id, password) # We effectively unconditionally write the res_users line. # Even w/ autocommit there's a chance the user row will be locked, # in which case we can't delay the login just for the purpose of # update the last login date - hence we use FOR UPDATE NOWAIT to # try to get the lock - fail-fast # Failing to acquire the lock on the res_users row probably means # another request is holding it. No big deal, we don't want to # prevent/delay login in that case. It will also have been logged # as a SQL error, if anyone cares. try: cr.execute("SELECT id FROM res_users WHERE id=%s FOR UPDATE NOWAIT", (user_id,), log_exceptions=False) cr.execute("UPDATE res_users SET login_date = now() AT TIME ZONE 'UTC' WHERE id=%s", (user_id,)) except Exception: _logger.debug("Failed to update last_login for db:%s login:%s", db, login, exc_info=True) except openerp.exceptions.AccessDenied: _logger.info("Login failed for db:%s login:%s", db, login) user_id = False finally: cr.close() return user_id
and check the methods authenticate, check and check_credentials also.
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