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package org.apache.naming;
Java SecurityManager Permission class for JNDI name based file resources

The JndiPermission extends the BasicPermission. The permission name is a full or partial jndi resource name. An * can be used at the end of the name to match all named resources that start with name. There are no actions.

Example that grants permission to read all JNDI file based resources:

  • permission org.apache.naming.JndiPermission "*";
  • Author(s):
    Glenn Nielsen
    Version:
    $Revision: 515 $ $Date: 2008-03-17 22:02:23 +0100 (Mon, 17 Mar 2008) $
    public final class JndiPermission extends BasicPermission {
        // ----------------------------------------------------------- Constructors

        
    Creates a new JndiPermission with no actions

    Parameters:
    name - JNDI resource path name
        public JndiPermission(String name) {
            super(name);
        }

        
    Creates a new JndiPermission with actions

    Parameters:
    name - JNDI resource path name
    actions - JNDI actions (none defined)
        public JndiPermission(String nameString actions) {
            super(name,actions);
        }
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