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MessagePolicy.Target


javax.security.auth.message
Interface MessagePolicy.Target

Enclosing class:
MessagePolicy
public static interface MessagePolicy.Target

This interface is used to represent and perform message targeting. Targets are used by message authentication modules to operate on the corresponding content within messages.

The internal state of a Target indicates whether it applies to the request or response message of a MessageInfo and to which components it applies within the identified message.

Method Summary
 java.lang.Object get(MessageInfo messageInfo)
          Get the Object identified by the Target from the MessageInfo.
 void put(MessageInfo messageInfo, java.lang.Object data)
          Put the Object into the MessageInfo at the location identified by the target.
 void remove(MessageInfo messageInfo)
          Remove the Object identified by the Target from the MessageInfo.
 

Method Detail

get

java.lang.Object get(MessageInfo messageInfo)
Get the Object identified by the Target from the MessageInfo.

Parameters:
messageInfo - The MessageInfo containing the request or response message from which the target is to be obtained.
Returns:
An Object representing the target, or null when the target could not be found in the MessageInfo.

remove

void remove(MessageInfo messageInfo)
Remove the Object identified by the Target from the MessageInfo.

Parameters:
messageInfo - The MessageInfo containing the request or response message from which the target is to be removed.

put

void put(MessageInfo messageInfo,
         java.lang.Object data)
Put the Object into the MessageInfo at the location identified by the target.

Parameters:
messageInfo - The MessageInfo containing the request or response message into which the object is to be put.


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