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Permission

public abstract class Permission
extends Object implements Guard, Serializable

java.lang.Object
   ↳ java.security.Permission
Known Direct Subclasses
Known Indirect Subclasses


Legacy security code; do not use.

Summary

Public constructors

Permission(String name)

Public methods

void checkGuard(Object object)

Determines whether or not to allow access to the guarded object object.

abstract String getActions()
final String getName()
abstract boolean implies(Permission permission)
PermissionCollection newPermissionCollection()

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object
From interface java.security.Guard

Public constructors

Permission

added in API level 1
Permission (String name)

Parameters
name String

Public methods

checkGuard

added in API level 1
void checkGuard (Object object)

Determines whether or not to allow access to the guarded object object. Returns silently if access is allowed. Otherwise, throws a SecurityException.

Parameters
object Object: the object being protected by the guard.

Throws
SecurityException

getActions

added in API level 1
String getActions ()

Returns
String

getName

added in API level 1
String getName ()

Returns
String

implies

added in API level 1
boolean implies (Permission permission)

Parameters
permission Permission

Returns
boolean

newPermissionCollection

added in API level 1
PermissionCollection newPermissionCollection ()

Returns
PermissionCollection

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