DataProtectionPermission.Copy DataProtectionPermission.Copy DataProtectionPermission.Copy DataProtectionPermission.Copy Method

Definition

Creates and returns an identical copy of the current permission.

public:
 override System::Security::IPermission ^ Copy();
public override System.Security.IPermission Copy ();
override this.Copy : unit -> System.Security.IPermission
Public Overrides Function Copy () As IPermission

Returns

A copy of the current permission.

Examples

The following code example shows the use of the Copy method. This code example is part of a larger example provided for the DataProtectionPermission class.

Note

The code example is intended to show the behavior of the method, not to demonstrate its use. In general, the methods of permission classes are used by the security infrastructure; they are not typically used in applications.

Console::WriteLine( "Copying the second permission to the fourth "
"permission." );
sp4 = dynamic_cast<DataProtectionPermission^>(sp2->Copy());
rc = sp4->Equals( sp2 );
Console::WriteLine( "Is the fourth permission equal to the second "
"permission? {0}", (rc ? (String^)"Yes" : "No") );

Console.WriteLine("Copying the second permission to the fourth " +
    "permission.");
sp4 = (DataProtectionPermission)sp2.Copy();
rc = sp4.Equals(sp2);
Console.WriteLine("Is the fourth permission equal to the second " +
    "permission? " + (rc ? "Yes" : "No"));
Console.WriteLine("Copying the second permission to the fourth " + "permission.")
sp4 = CType(sp2.Copy(), DataProtectionPermission)
rc = sp4.Equals(sp2)
Console.WriteLine("Is the fourth permission equal to the second " + "permission? " + IIf(rc, "Yes", "No")) 'TODO: For performance reasons this should be changed to nested IF statements

Remarks

A copy of the permission represents the same access to resources as the original permission.

Applies to