The Passport service provider registers its own database migration directory with the framework, so you should migrate your database after registering the provider.The Passport migrations will create the tables your application needs to store clients and access tokens: command.Additionally Passport-Local Mongoose adds some methods to your Schema.See the API Documentation section for more details.Traditionally, users log in by providing a username and password.With the rise of social networking, single sign-on using an OAuth provider such as Facebook or Twitter has become a popular authentication method.You should configure Passport/Passport-Local as described in the Passport Guide.Passport-Local Mongoose supports this setup by implementing a option to specify an alternative username Field name, for example "email" passport-local would still expect your frontend login form to contain an input field with name "username" instead of email.
In these cases plan some migration strategy and/or use the sha1 option for the digest algorithm.
This separation of concerns keeps code clean and maintainable, and makes Passport extremely easy to integrate into an application.
In modern web applications, authentication can take a variety of forms.
I have some long term visas ( Including 10 year visa ) . Further Information regarding valid visa in expired passports : Some countries require that you will renew the visa if the passport is changed . ( I never actually encountered it in case you have the old one ) That is the case for EXPIRED passport - not for LOST or DAMAGED . When you renew your passport , the consulate ( or respective minister ) is obliged by international law to give you back the old one providing it has valid visas from 3rd countries .
legally speaking , the visas in your passport are properties of the country that issued them, and no other entity can invalidate or destroy them .
First you need to plugin Passport-Local Mongoose into your User schema You're free to define your User how you like.