SecurityPolicySection.TrustLevels Property

Definition

Gets the TrustLevels collection.

public:
 property System::Web::Configuration::TrustLevelCollection ^ TrustLevels { System::Web::Configuration::TrustLevelCollection ^ get(); };
[System.Configuration.ConfigurationProperty("", IsDefaultCollection=true)]
public System.Web.Configuration.TrustLevelCollection TrustLevels { get; }
[<System.Configuration.ConfigurationProperty("", IsDefaultCollection=true)>]
member this.TrustLevels : System.Web.Configuration.TrustLevelCollection
Public ReadOnly Property TrustLevels As TrustLevelCollection

Property Value

TrustLevelCollection

A collection of TrustLevels objects.

Attributes

Examples

The following code example demonstrates how to use the TrustLevels property, add a trust-level element to the configuration file, and update the configuration file. This code example is part of a larger example provided for the SecurityPolicySection class.

// Display elements of the TrustLevels collection property.
for (int i = 0; i < configSection.TrustLevels.Count; i++) 
{
  Console.WriteLine();
  Console.WriteLine("TrustLevel {0}:", i);
  Console.WriteLine("Name: {0}", 
    configSection.TrustLevels.Get(i).Name);
  Console.WriteLine("Type: {0}", 
    configSection.TrustLevels.Get(i).PolicyFile);
}

// Add a TrustLevel element to the configuration file.
configSection.TrustLevels.Add(new TrustLevel("myTrust", "mytrust.config"));
' Display elements of the TrustLevels collection property.
For i As Integer = 0 To (configSection.TrustLevels.Count - 1)
  Console.WriteLine()
  Console.WriteLine("TrustLevel {0}:", i)
  Console.WriteLine("Name: {0}", _
   configSection.TrustLevels.Get(i).Name)
  Console.WriteLine("Type: {0}", _
   configSection.TrustLevels.Get(i).PolicyFile)
Next i

' Add a TrustLevel element to the configuration file.
configSection.TrustLevels.Add(New TrustLevel("myTrust", "mytrust.config"))

Remarks

The default values for the TrustLevels property are Full, High, Medium, Low, and Minimal. The items of the TrustLevels collection each specify a security-level name and an associated policy file. You can extend the security system by providing your own named trust-level element mapped to a file specified by the policyFile attribute. For information about creating trust-level elements, see trustLevel Element for securityPolicy (ASP.NET Settings Schema).

Applies to