<path-permission android:path="string" android:pathPrefix="string" android:pathPattern="string" android:permission="string" android:readPermission="string" android:writePermission="string" />
- contained in:
- Defines the path and required permissions for a specific subset of data within a content provider. This element can be specified multiple times to supply multiple paths.
- A complete URI path for a subset of content provider data. Permission can be granted only to the particular data identified by this path. When used to provide search suggestion content, it must be appended with "/search_suggest_query".
- The initial part of a URI path for a subset of content provider data. Permission can be granted to all data subsets with paths that share this initial part.
- A complete URI path for a subset of content provider data,
but one that can use the following wildcards:
- An asterisk ('
*'). This matches a sequence of 0 to many occurrences of the immediately preceding character.
- A period followed by an asterisk ("
.*"). This matches any sequence of 0 or more characters.
\' is used as an escape character when the string is read from XML (before it is parsed as a pattern), you will need to double-escape. For example, a literal '
*' would be written as "
\\*" and a literal '
\' would be written as "
\\". This is basically the same as what you would need to write if constructing the string in Java code.
- An asterisk ('
- The name of a permission that clients must have in order to read or write the
content provider's data. This attribute is a convenient way of setting a
single permission for both reading and writing. However, the
writePermissionattributes take precedence over this one.
- A permission that clients must have in order to query the content provider.
- A permission that clients must have in order to make changes to the data controlled by the content provider.
- introduced in:
- API Level 4
- see also:
- Security and Permissions
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