public final class WebRoleRefPermission extends java.security.Permission implements java.io.Serializable
isUserInRole (String reference)permissions. A WebRoleRefPermission is a named permission and has actions.
The name of an WebRoleRefPermission (also referred to as the target name)
identifies a Web resource by the servlet name (in the deployment
descriptor corresponding to the component from which the call to
isUserInRole (String reference) is being made.
The actions of an WebRoleRefPermission identifies the role reference to which the permission applies. A WebRoleRefPermission is checked to determine if the subject is a member of the role identified by the reference.
Implementations of this class MAY implement newPermissionCollection or inherit its implementation from the super class.
Permission, Serialized Form
|Constructor and Description|
Creates a new WebRoleRefPermission with the specified name and actions.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Checks two WebRoleRefPermission objects for equality.
Returns a canonical String representation of the actions of this WebRoleRefPermission.
Returns the hash code value for this WebRoleRefPermission.
Determines if the argument Permission is "implied by" this WebRoleRefPermission.
checkGuard, getName, newPermissionCollection, toString
public WebRoleRefPermission(java.lang.String name, java.lang.String actions)
name- the servlet-name that identifies the application specific web resource in whose context the role references are to be evaluated.
actions- identifies the role reference to which the permission pertains. The role reference is scoped to the Web resource identified in the name parameter. The value of the role reference must not be
nullor the empty string.
public boolean equals(java.lang.Object o)
Two Permission objects, P1 and P2, are equivalent if and only if P1.implies(P2) && P2.implies(P1).
The name and actions comparisons described above are case sensitive.
o- the WebRoleRefPermission object being tested for equality with this WebRoleRefPermission.
public java.lang.String getActions()
public int hashCode()
public boolean implies(java.security.Permission permission)
The comparisons described above are case sensitive.
permission- "this" WebRoleRefPermission is checked to see if it implies the argument permission.