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:: com :: sun :: star :: security ::

interface XAccessControlContext
Description
An XAccessControlContext is used to make system resource access decisions based on the context it encapsulates.

More specifically, it encapsulates a context and has methods to check permissions equivalent to XAccessController interface, with one difference: The XAccessControlContext makes access decisions based on the context it encapsulates, rather than that of the current execution thread.

Since
OOo 1.1.2

Methods' Summary
checkPermission Determines whether the access request indicated by the specified permission should be allowed or denied, based on this context. The semantics are equivalent to the security permission classes of the Java platform.  
Methods' Details
checkPermission
void
checkPermission( [in] any  perm )
raises( AccessControlException );

Description
Determines whether the access request indicated by the specified permission should be allowed or denied, based on this context. The semantics are equivalent to the security permission classes of the Java platform.

You can also pass a sequence of permissions (sequence< any >) to check a set of permissions, e.g. for performance reasons. This method quietly returns if the access request is permitted, or throws a suitable AccessControlException otherwise.

Parameter perm
permission to be checked
Throws
AccessControlException thrown if access is denied
See also
AccessControlException, AllPermission, RuntimePermission, ::com::sun::star::io::FilePermission, ::com::sun::star::connection::SocketPermission
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