WebPermission Constructor (NetworkAccess, Regex)
Assembly: System (in system.dll)
A NetworkAccess value that indicates what kind of access to grant to the specified URI. Accept indicates that the application is allowed to accept connections from the Internet on a local resource. Connect indicates that the application is allowed to connect to specific Internet resources.
A regular expression that describes the URI to which access is to be granted.
This constructor initializes a WebPermission and grants its target permission to either make a remote host connection or accept a remote host connection using the URI described by the uriRegex parameter.
A candidate URI string is checked against the list of relevant regular expressions (AcceptList or ConnectList) in two ways. First, the candidate URI string is checked against the appropriate list; then, if there is no match, the candidate URI string is converted into a Uri and checked against the appropriate list.
The following example creates a new instance of WebPermission with connect rights for the specified System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex.
// Create an instance of 'Regex' that accepts all URL's containing the host // fragment 'www.contoso.com'. Regex^ myRegex = gcnew Regex( "http://www.contoso.com/.*" ); // Create a WebPermission that gives the permissions to all the hosts containing // the same fragment. WebPermission^ myWebPermission = gcnew WebPermission( NetworkAccess::Connect,myRegex ); // Checks all callers higher in the call stack have been granted the permission. myWebPermission->Demand();
// Create an instance of 'Regex' that accepts all URL's containing // the host fragment 'www.contoso.com'. Regex myRegex = new Regex("http://www\\.contoso\\.com/.*"); // Create a WebPermission that gives the permissions to all the hosts // containing the same fragment. WebPermission myWebPermission = new WebPermission(NetworkAccess. Connect, myRegex); // Checks all callers higher in the call stack have been granted the // permission. myWebPermission.Demand();
Windows 98, Windows 2000 SP4, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter Edition
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