Specifies the type of file access requested.
This enumeration has a FlagsAttribute attribute that allows a bitwise combination of its member values.
[Visual Basic] <Flags> <Serializable> Public Enum FileIOPermissionAccess [C#] [Flags] [Serializable] public enum FileIOPermissionAccess [C++] [Flags] [Serializable] __value public enum FileIOPermissionAccess [JScript] public Flags Serializable enum FileIOPermissionAccess
This enumeration is used with the FileIOPermission class.
Note Although NoAccess and AllAccess appear in FileIOPermissionAccess, they are not valid for use as the parameter for GetPathList because they describe no file access types or all file access types, respectively, and GetPathList expects a single file access type.
|AllAccess||Append, Read, Write, and PathDiscovery access to a file or directory. AllAccess represents multiple FileIOPermissionAccess values and causes an ArgumentException when used as the access parameter for the GetPathList method, which expects a single value.||15|
|Append||Access to append material to a file or directory. Append access includes the ability to create a new file or directory.
Note To create files, code must also be granted both Append and either Write or Read access. For more detail see FileMode.
|NoAccess||No access to a file or directory. NoAccess represents no valid FileIOPermissionAccess values and causes an ArgumentException when used as the parameter for GetPathList, which expects a single value.||0|
|PathDiscovery||Access to the information in the path itself. This helps protect sensitive information in the path, such as user names, as well as information about the directory structure revealed in the path. This value does not grant access to files or folders represented by the path.
Note For performance reasons, PathDiscovery should only be granted to directories, not to files. For example, PathDiscovery permission should be granted to paths such as C:\test and C:\test\, not C:\test\example.txt.
|Read||Access to read from a file or directory.||1|
|Write||Access to write to or delete a file or directory. Write access includes deleting and overwriting files or directories.||2|
Platforms: Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows 2000, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional, Windows Server 2003 family
Assembly: Mscorlib (in Mscorlib.dll)