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 package org.osgi.service.monitor;
Indicates the callers authority to publish, read or reset StatusVariables, to switch event sending on or off or to start monitoring jobs. The target of the permission is the identifier of the StatusVariable, the action can be read, publish, reset, startjob, switchevents, or the combination of these separated by commas. Action names are interpreted case-insensitively, but the canonical action string returned by getActions() uses the forms defined by the action constants.

If the wildcard * appears in the actions field, all legal monitoring commands are allowed on the designated target(s) by the owner of the permission.

$Id: 2899bf825eb4b7708601d99fb39019087deddefb $
 public class MonitorPermission extends Permission {

 	private static final long	serialVersionUID	= -9084425194463274314L;

Holders of MonitorPermission with the read action present are allowed to read the value of the StatusVariables specified in the permission's target field.
 	public static final String	READ"read";

Holders of MonitorPermission with the reset action present are allowed to reset the value of the StatusVariables specified in the permission's target field.
 	public static final String	RESET"reset";

Holders of MonitorPermission with the publish action present are Monitorable services that are allowed to publish the StatusVariables specified in the permission's target field. Note, that this permission cannot be enforced when a Monitorable registers to the framework, because the Service Registry does not know about this permission. Instead, any StatusVariables published by a Monitorable without the corresponding publish permission are silently ignored by MonitorAdmin, and are therefore invisible to the users of the monitoring service.
 	public static final String	PUBLISH"publish";

Holders of MonitorPermission with the startjob action present are allowed to initiate monitoring jobs involving the StatusVariables specified in the permission's target field.

A minimal sampling interval can be optionally defined in the following form: startjob:n. This allows the holder of the permission to initiate time based jobs with a measurement interval of at least n seconds. If n is not specified or 0 then the holder of this permission is allowed to start monitoring jobs specifying any frequency.

 	public static final String	STARTJOB"startjob";

Holders of MonitorPermission with the switchevents action present are allowed to switch event sending on or off for the value of the StatusVariables specified in the permission's target field.
 	public static final String	SWITCHEVENTS"switchevents";
 	private static final int	READ_FLAG			= 0x1;
 	private static final int	RESET_FLAG			= 0x2;
 	private static final int	PUBLISH_FLAG		= 0x4;
 	private static final int	STARTJOB_FLAG		= 0x8;
 	private static final int	SWITCHEVENTS_FLAG	= 0x10;
	private static final int	ALL_FLAGS |  |  |  | ;
	private String				monId;
	private String				varId;
	private boolean				prefixMonId;
	private boolean				prefixVarId;
	private int					mask;
	private int					minJobInterval;

Create a MonitorPermission object, specifying the target and actions.

The statusVariable parameter is the target of the permission, defining one or more status variable names to which the specified actions apply. Multiple status variable names can be selected by using the wildcard * in the target string. The wildcard is allowed in both fragments, but only at the end of the fragments.

For example, the following targets are valid: com.mycomp.myapp/queue_length, com.mycomp.myapp/*, com.mycomp.*/*, */*, */queue_length, */queue*.

The following targets are invalid: *.myapp/queue_length, com.*.myapp/*, *.

The actions parameter specifies the allowed action(s): read, publish, startjob, reset, switchevents, or the combination of these separated by commas. String constants are defined in this class for each valid action. Passing "*" as the action string is equivalent to listing all actions.

statusVariable the identifier of the StatusVariable in [Monitorable_id]/[StatusVariable_id] format
actions the list of allowed actions separated by commas, or * for all actions
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException if either parameter is null, or invalid with regard to the constraints defined above and in the documentation of the used actions
	public MonitorPermission(String statusVariableString actionsthrows IllegalArgumentException {
		if (statusVariable == null)
			throw new IllegalArgumentException("Invalid StatusVariable path 'null'.");
		if (actions == null)
			throw new IllegalArgumentException("Invalid actions string 'null'.");
		int sep = statusVariable.indexOf('/');
		int len = statusVariable.length();
		if (sep == -1)
			throw new IllegalArgumentException("Invalid StatusVariable path: should contain '/' separator.");
		if (sep == 0 || sep == statusVariable.length() - 1)
			throw new IllegalArgumentException("Invalid StatusVariable path: empty monitorable ID or StatusVariable name.");
		 = statusVariable.charAt(sep - 1) == '*';
		 = statusVariable.charAt(len - 1) == '*';
		 = statusVariable.substring(0,  ? sep - 1 : sep);
		 = statusVariable.substring(sep + 1,  ? len - 1 : len);
		checkId("Monitorable ID part of the target");
		checkId("Status Variable ID part of the target");
		if (actions.equals("*"))
		else {
			 = 0;
			StringTokenizer st = new StringTokenizer(actions",");
			while (st.hasMoreTokens()) {
				String action = st.nextToken().trim();
				if (action.equalsIgnoreCase()) {
					if (action.equalsIgnoreCase()) {
						if (action.equalsIgnoreCase()) {
								if (action.toLowerCase().startsWith()) {
									int slen = .length();
									if (action.length() != slen) {
										if (action.charAt(slen) != ':')
											throw new IllegalArgumentException("Invalid action '" + action + "'.");
										try {
											 = Integer.parseInt(action.substring(slen + 1));
catch (NumberFormatException e) {
											throw new IllegalArgumentException("Invalid parameter in startjob action '" + action + "'.");
									throw new IllegalArgumentException("Invalid action '" + action + "'");
	private void addToMask(int actionString actionString) {
		if (( & action) != 0)
			throw new IllegalArgumentException("Invalid action string: " + actionString + " appears multiple times.");
		 |= action;
	private void checkId(String idString idNamethrows IllegalArgumentException {
		byte[] nameBytes;
		try {
			nameBytes = id.getBytes("UTF-8");
			// never happens, "UTF-8" must always be supported
		if (nameBytes.length > .)
			throw new IllegalArgumentException(idName + " is too long (over " + . + " bytes in UTF-8 encoding).");
		if (id.equals(".") || id.equals(".."))
			throw new IllegalArgumentException(idName + " is invalid.");
		char[] chars = id.toCharArray();
		for (int i = 0; i < chars.lengthi++)
				throw new IllegalArgumentException(idName + " contains invalid characters.");

Create an integer hash of the object. The hash codes of MonitorPermissions p1 and p2 are the same if p1.equals(p2).

the hash of the object
	public int hashCode() {

Determines the equality of two MonitorPermission objects. Two MonitorPermission objects are equal if their target strings are equal and the same set of actions are listed in their action strings.

o the object being compared for equality with this object
true if the two permissions are equal
	public boolean equals(Object o) {
		if (!(o instanceof MonitorPermission))
			return false;
		return  == other.mask &&  == other.minJobInterval && .equals(other.monId) &&  == other.prefixMonId && .equals(other.varId)
				&&  == other.prefixVarId;

Get the action string associated with this permission. The actions are returned in the following order: read, reset, publish, startjob, switchevents.

the allowed actions separated by commas, cannot be null
	public String getActions() {
		StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer();
		return sb.toString();
	private void appendAction(StringBuffer sbint flagString actionName) {
		if (( & flag) != 0) {
			if (sb.length() != 0)
			if (flag ==  &&  != 0)

Determines if the specified permission is implied by this permission.

This method returns false if and only if at least one of the following conditions are fulfilled for the specified permission:

  • it is not a MonitorPermission
  • it has a broader set of actions allowed than this one
  • it allows initiating time based monitoring jobs with a lower minimal sampling interval
  • the target set of Monitorables is not the same nor a subset of the target set of Monitorables of this permission
  • the target set of StatusVariables is not the same nor a subset of the target set of StatusVariables of this permission

p the permission to be checked
true if the given permission is implied by this permission
	public boolean implies(Permission p) {
		if (!(p instanceof MonitorPermission))
			return false;
		if (( & other.mask) != other.mask)
			return false;
		if ((other.mask & ) != 0 &&  > other.minJobInterval)
			return false;
		return implies(other.monIdother.prefixMonId) && implies(other.varIdother.prefixVarId);
	private boolean implies(String idboolean prefixString oidboolean oprefix) {
		return prefix ? oid.startsWith(id) : !oprefix && id.equals(oid);
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