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IPermission (Interfaz)

Actualización: noviembre 2007

Define métodos implementados por tipos de permiso.

Espacio de nombres:  System.Security
Ensamblado:  mscorlib (en mscorlib.dll)

[ComVisibleAttribute(true)]
public interface IPermission : ISecurityEncodable
/** @attribute ComVisibleAttribute(true) */
public interface IPermission extends ISecurityEncodable
public interface IPermission extends ISecurityEncodable

Los permisos de Common Language Runtime son objetos que describen conjuntos de operaciones que se puede proteger para determinados recursos. Un objeto de permiso describe operaciones o un tipo de acceso que está sujeto al control de seguridad; no representa el acceso o el derecho a realizar operaciones. Tanto el código de las aplicaciones como el sistema de seguridad de .NET Framework utilizan los permisos de las siguientes maneras.

  • El código solicita los permisos que necesita para poder ejecutarse.

  • La directiva de seguridad del sistema concede los permisos al código para que se pueda ejecutar.

  • El código solicita que el código de llamada tenga un permiso determinado.

  • El código reemplaza la pila de seguridad mediante assert/deny/permit-only (aserción/denegación/sólo permiso).

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Si crea un nuevo permiso, deberá implementar esta interfaz en la clase correspondiente.

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Varios subprocesos pueden tener acceso a un permiso. Al implementar esta interfaz, se debe garantizar que la implementación de los métodos IsSubsetOf, Intersect, Union y Copy es segura para la ejecución de subprocesos.

En este ejemplo se muestra cómo se puede definir una clase de permiso para utilizarla con la seguridad de acceso a código. Se implementan todas las interfaces de permiso necesarias.

using System;
using System.Security;
using System.Security.Permissions;
using System.Reflection;

// Enumerated type for permission states.
[Serializable]
public enum SoundPermissionState 
{
    NoSound = 0,
    PlaySystemSounds = 1,
    PlayAnySound = 2
}

// Derive from CodeAccessPermission to gain implementations of the following
// sealed IStackWalk methods: Assert, Demand, Deny, and PermitOnly.
// Implement the following abstract IPermission methods: Copy, Intersect, and IsSubSetOf.
// Implementing the Union method of the IPermission class is optional.
// Implement the following abstract ISecurityEncodable methods: FromXml and ToXml.
// Making the class 'sealed' is optional.

public sealed class SoundPermission : CodeAccessPermission, IPermission, 
    IUnrestrictedPermission, ISecurityEncodable, ICloneable 
{
    private Boolean m_specifiedAsUnrestricted = false;
    private SoundPermissionState m_flags = SoundPermissionState.NoSound;

    // This constructor creates and initializes a permission with generic access.
    public SoundPermission(PermissionState state)
    {
        m_specifiedAsUnrestricted = (state == PermissionState.Unrestricted);
    }

    // This constructor creates and initializes a permission with specific access.        
    public SoundPermission(SoundPermissionState flags) 
    {
        if (!Enum.IsDefined(typeof(SoundPermissionState), flags))
            throw new ArgumentException
                ("flags value is not valid for the SoundPermissionState enuemrated type");
        m_specifiedAsUnrestricted = false;
        m_flags = flags;
    }

    // For debugging, return the state of this object as XML.
    public override String ToString() { return ToXml().ToString(); }

    // Private method to cast (if possible) an IPermission to the type.
    private SoundPermission VerifyTypeMatch(IPermission target) 
    {
        if (GetType() != target.GetType())
            throw new ArgumentException(String.Format("target must be of the {0} type",
                GetType().FullName));
        return (SoundPermission) target;
    }

    // This is the Private Clone helper method. 
    private SoundPermission Clone(Boolean specifiedAsUnrestricted, SoundPermissionState flags) 
    {
        SoundPermission soundPerm = (SoundPermission) Clone();
        soundPerm.m_specifiedAsUnrestricted = specifiedAsUnrestricted;
        soundPerm.m_flags = specifiedAsUnrestricted ? SoundPermissionState.PlayAnySound : m_flags;
        return soundPerm;
    }

    #region IPermission Members
    // Return a new object that contains the intersection of 'this' and 'target'.
    public override IPermission Intersect(IPermission target) 
    {
        // If 'target' is null, return null.
        if (target == null) return null;

        // Both objects must be the same type.
        SoundPermission soundPerm = VerifyTypeMatch(target);

        // If 'this' and 'target' are unrestricted, return a new unrestricted permission.
        if (m_specifiedAsUnrestricted && soundPerm.m_specifiedAsUnrestricted)
            return Clone(true, SoundPermissionState.PlayAnySound);

        // Calculate the intersected permissions. If there are none, return null.
        SoundPermissionState val = (SoundPermissionState)
            Math.Min((Int32) m_flags, (Int32) soundPerm.m_flags);
        if (val == 0) return null;

        // Return a new object with the intersected permission value.
        return Clone(false, val);
    }

    // Called by the Demand method: returns true if 'this' is a subset of 'target'.
    public override Boolean IsSubsetOf(IPermission target) 
    {
        // If 'target' is null and this permission allows nothing, return true.
        if (target == null) return m_flags == 0;

        // Both objects must be the same type.
        SoundPermission soundPerm = VerifyTypeMatch(target);

        // Return true if the permissions of 'this' is a subset of 'target'.
        return m_flags <= soundPerm.m_flags;
    }

    // Return a new object that matches 'this' object's permissions.
    public sealed override IPermission Copy() 
    {
        return (IPermission) Clone();
    }

    // Return a new object that contains the union of 'this' and 'target'.
    // Note: You do not have to implement this method. If you do not, the version
    // in CodeAccessPermission does this:
    //    1. If target is not null, a NotSupportedException is thrown.
    //    2. If target is null, then Copy is called and the new object is returned.
    public override IPermission Union(IPermission target) 
    {
        // If 'target' is null, then return a copy of 'this'.
        if (target == null) return Copy();

        // Both objects must be the same type.
        SoundPermission soundPerm = VerifyTypeMatch(target);

        // If 'this' or 'target' are unrestricted, return a new unrestricted permission.
        if (m_specifiedAsUnrestricted || soundPerm.m_specifiedAsUnrestricted)
            return Clone(true, SoundPermissionState.PlayAnySound);

        // Return a new object with the calculated, unioned permission value.
        return Clone(false, (SoundPermissionState)
            Math.Max((Int32) m_flags, (Int32) soundPerm.m_flags));
    }
    #endregion

    #region ISecurityEncodable Members
    // Populate the permission's fields from XML.
    public override void FromXml(SecurityElement e) 
    {
        m_specifiedAsUnrestricted = false;
        m_flags = 0;

        // If XML indicates an unrestricted permission, make this permission unrestricted.
        String s = (String) e.Attributes["Unrestricted"];
        if (s != null) 
        {
            m_specifiedAsUnrestricted = Convert.ToBoolean(s);
            if (m_specifiedAsUnrestricted)
                m_flags = SoundPermissionState.PlayAnySound;
        }

        // If XML indicates a restricted permission, parse the flags.
        if (!m_specifiedAsUnrestricted) 
        {
            s = (String) e.Attributes["Flags"];
            if (s != null) 
            {
                m_flags = (SoundPermissionState)
                Convert.ToInt32(Enum.Parse(typeof(SoundPermission), s, true));
            }
        }
    }

    // Produce XML from the permission's fields.
    public override SecurityElement ToXml() {
        // These first three lines create an element with the required format.
        SecurityElement e = new SecurityElement("IPermission");
        // Replace the double quotation marks () with single quotation marks ()
        // to remain XML compliant when the culture is not neutral.
        e.AddAttribute("class", GetType().AssemblyQualifiedName.Replace('\"', '\''));
        e.AddAttribute("version", "1");

        if (!m_specifiedAsUnrestricted)
            e.AddAttribute("Flags", Enum.Format(typeof(SoundPermission), m_flags, "G"));
        else
            e.AddAttribute("Unrestricted", "true");
        return e;
    }
    #endregion

    #region IUnrestrictedPermission Members
    // Returns true if permission is effectively unrestricted.
    public Boolean IsUnrestricted() 
    {
        // This means that the object is unrestricted at runtime.
        return m_flags == SoundPermissionState.PlayAnySound;
    }
    #endregion

    #region ICloneable Members

    // Return a copy of the permission.
    public Object Clone() { return MemberwiseClone(); }

    #endregion
}


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Compatible con: 3.5, 3.0, 2.0, 1.1, 1.0
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