NetCodeGroup.AddConnectAccess(String, CodeConnectAccess) NetCodeGroup.AddConnectAccess(String, CodeConnectAccess) NetCodeGroup.AddConnectAccess(String, CodeConnectAccess) NetCodeGroup.AddConnectAccess(String, CodeConnectAccess) Method

Definition

Adds the specified connection access to the current code group.

public:
 void AddConnectAccess(System::String ^ originScheme, System::Security::Policy::CodeConnectAccess ^ connectAccess);
public void AddConnectAccess (string originScheme, System.Security.Policy.CodeConnectAccess connectAccess);
member this.AddConnectAccess : string * System.Security.Policy.CodeConnectAccess -> unit
Public Sub AddConnectAccess (originScheme As String, connectAccess As CodeConnectAccess)

Parameters

originScheme
String String String String

A String containing the scheme to match against the code's scheme.

connectAccess
CodeConnectAccess CodeConnectAccess CodeConnectAccess CodeConnectAccess

A CodeConnectAccess that specifies the scheme and port code can use to connect back to its origin server.

Exceptions

originScheme contains characters that are not permitted in schemes.

-or-

originScheme = AbsentOriginScheme and connectAccess specifies OriginScheme as its scheme.

Examples

The following code example demonstrates creating and adding CodeConnectAccess objects to a NetCodeGroup.


static void SetNetCodeGroupAccess()
{
    String^ userPolicyLevel = "User";
    // Locate the User policy level.
    PolicyLevel^ level = nullptr;
    System::Collections::IEnumerator^ ph = 
        System::Security::SecurityManager::PolicyHierarchy();
    while(ph->MoveNext())
    {
        level = (PolicyLevel^)ph->Current;
        if (level->Label == userPolicyLevel)
        {
            break;       
        }
    }
    if (level->Label != userPolicyLevel)
        throw gcnew ApplicationException("Could not find User policy level.");

    IMembershipCondition^ membership =
        gcnew UrlMembershipCondition("http://www.contoso.com/*");
    NetCodeGroup^ codeGroup = gcnew NetCodeGroup(membership);
    // Delete default settings.
    codeGroup->ResetConnectAccess();
    // Create an object that represents access to the FTP scheme and 
    // default port.
    CodeConnectAccess^ CodeAccessFtp = 
        gcnew CodeConnectAccess(Uri::UriSchemeFtp, 
        CodeConnectAccess::DefaultPort);
    // Create an object that represents access to the HTTPS scheme 
    // and default port.
    CodeConnectAccess^ CodeAccessHttps = 
        gcnew CodeConnectAccess(Uri::UriSchemeHttps, 
        CodeConnectAccess::DefaultPort);
    // Create an object that represents access to the origin 
    // scheme and port.
    CodeConnectAccess^ CodeAccessOrigin = 
        CodeConnectAccess::CreateOriginSchemeAccess
        (CodeConnectAccess::OriginPort);
    // Add connection access objects to the NetCodeGroup object.
    codeGroup->AddConnectAccess(Uri::UriSchemeHttp, CodeAccessFtp);
    codeGroup->AddConnectAccess(Uri::UriSchemeHttp, CodeAccessHttps);
    codeGroup->AddConnectAccess(Uri::UriSchemeHttp, CodeAccessOrigin);
    // Provide name and description information for caspol.exe tool.
    codeGroup->Name = "ContosoHttpCodeGroup";
    codeGroup->Description = "Code originating from contoso.com can" +
        " connect back using the FTP or HTTPS.";
    // Add the code group to the User policy's root node.
    level->RootCodeGroup->AddChild(codeGroup);
    // Save the changes to the policy level.
    System::Security::SecurityManager::SavePolicy();
}
public static void SetNetCodeGroupAccess()
{
    const string userPolicyLevel = "User";
    // Locate the User policy level.
    PolicyLevel level = null;
    System.Collections.IEnumerator ph = 
        System.Security.SecurityManager.PolicyHierarchy();
    while(ph.MoveNext())
    {
        level = (PolicyLevel)ph.Current;
        if( level.Label == userPolicyLevel )
        {
            break;
        }
    }
    if (level.Label != userPolicyLevel)
        throw new ApplicationException("Could not find User policy level.");

    IMembershipCondition membership =
        new UrlMembershipCondition(@"http://www.contoso.com/*");
    NetCodeGroup codeGroup = new NetCodeGroup(membership);
    // Delete default settings.
    codeGroup.ResetConnectAccess();
    // Create an object that represents access to the FTP scheme and default port.
    CodeConnectAccess a1 = new CodeConnectAccess(Uri.UriSchemeFtp, CodeConnectAccess.DefaultPort);
    // Create an object that represents access to the HTTPS scheme and default port.
    CodeConnectAccess a2 = new CodeConnectAccess(Uri.UriSchemeHttps, CodeConnectAccess.DefaultPort);
    // Create an object that represents access to the origin scheme and port.
    CodeConnectAccess a3 = CodeConnectAccess.CreateOriginSchemeAccess(CodeConnectAccess.OriginPort);
    // Add connection access objects to the NetCodeGroup object.
    codeGroup.AddConnectAccess(Uri.UriSchemeHttp, a1);
    codeGroup.AddConnectAccess(Uri.UriSchemeHttp, a2);
    codeGroup.AddConnectAccess(Uri.UriSchemeHttp, a3);
    // Provide name and description information for caspol.exe tool.
    codeGroup.Name = "ContosoHttpCodeGroup";
    codeGroup.Description = "Code originating from contoso.com can connect back using the FTP or HTTPS.";
    // Add the code group to the User policy's root node.
    level.RootCodeGroup.AddChild(codeGroup);
    // Save the changes to the policy level.
    System.Security.SecurityManager.SavePolicy();
}

Remarks

You can add multiple CodeConnectAccess objects for the same origin scheme. If an origin scheme already has one or more associated CodeConnectAccess objects, specifying null for connectAccess has no effect. If the origin scheme does not have associated CodeConnectAccess objects, specifying null for connectAccess prevents code with an origin scheme that matches originScheme from accessing its origin server.

Applies to