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 package org.jasypt.encryption.pbe.config;
 

Implementation for PBEConfig which can be used from the Web PBE Config infrastructure (Filter + Servlet) to set the password for an encryptor from the web at initialization time.

For an encryptor to be assigned a password from the web, it only has to be assigned a WebPBEConfig object, which must be initialized with both a unique name an a validation word. The name will identify the config object (and thus the encryptor) and the validation word will make sure that only an authorized person (for example, the application deployer) sets the passwords.

As this class extends SimplePBEConfig, parameter values can be also set with the usual setX methods.

For any of the configuration parameters, if its setX method is not called, a null value will be returned by the corresponding getX method.

Author(s):
Daniel Fernández Garrido
Since:
1.3
 
 public class WebPBEConfig extends SimplePBEConfig {
 
     private String name = null;
     private String validationWord = null;
    
    
    

Creates a new WebPBEConfig instance.

 
     public WebPBEConfig() {
         super();
         WebPBEConfigRegistry registry = 
             WebPBEConfigRegistry.getInstance();
         registry.registerConfig(this);
     }

    

Returns the name by which this WebPBEConfig object will be identified from the web. This name must be unique for each WebPBEConfig object.

Returns:
the config name.
 
     public String getName() {
         return ;
     }


    

Sets the name by which this WebPBEConfig object will be identified from the web. This name must be unique for each WebPBEConfig object.

Parameters:
name the unique name which will identify this config object.
 
     public void setName(String name) {
         Validate.notEmpty(name"Name cannot be set empty");
         this. = name;
     }


    

Returns the validation word which will be asked from the web to the person setting the password for the encryptor this config object belongs to. This validation word will make sure that only an authorized person (for example, the application deployer) sets the value for the encryption password.

Returns:
the validation word assigned to this config object
    public String getValidationWord() {
        Validate.notEmpty("Validation word cannot be set empty");
        return ;
    }


    

Sets the validation word which will be asked from the web to the person setting the password for the encryptor this config object belongs to. This validation word will make sure that only an authorized person (for example, the application deployer) sets the value for the encryption password.

Parameters:
validation the validation word to be assigned to this config object
    public void setValidationWord(String validation) {
        this. = validation;
    }
    
    
    

Returns whether this config object is complete or not (both name and validation word have been set). Intended for internal use only.

Returns:
whether the config object is complete or not.
    public boolean isComplete() {
        return ((StringUtils.isNotEmpty(this.)) && 
                (StringUtils.isNotEmpty(this.)));
    }
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