AccessControlList.SetPermissions Method

Sets a permission for the descriptor on this [AccessControlList].

Namespace: Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Framework.Server
Assembly: Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Framework.Server (in Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Framework.Server.dll)

Syntax

'Declaration
Public Overridable Function SetPermissions ( _
    descriptor As IdentityDescriptor, _
    allow As Integer, _
    deny As Integer, _
    merge As Boolean _
) As AccessControlEntry
public virtual AccessControlEntry SetPermissions(
    IdentityDescriptor descriptor,
    int allow,
    int deny,
    bool merge
)
public:
virtual AccessControlEntry^ SetPermissions(
    IdentityDescriptor^ descriptor, 
    int allow, 
    int deny, 
    bool merge
)
abstract SetPermissions : 
        descriptor:IdentityDescriptor * 
        allow:int * 
        deny:int * 
        merge:bool -> AccessControlEntry  
override SetPermissions : 
        descriptor:IdentityDescriptor * 
        allow:int * 
        deny:int * 
        merge:bool -> AccessControlEntry
public function SetPermissions(
    descriptor : IdentityDescriptor, 
    allow : int, 
    deny : int, 
    merge : boolean
) : AccessControlEntry

Parameters

  • merge
    Type: System.Boolean

    If merge is true and a preexisting [AccessControlEntry] for the descriptor is found, the two [AccessControlEntries] will be merged. When merging permissions in [AccessControlEntries], if there is a conflict, the new permissions will take precedence over the old permissions. If merge is false and a preexisting [AccessControlEntry] for the descriptor is found, it will be dropped and the passed in [AccessControlEntry] will be the only [AccessControlEntry] that remains for this descriptor on this [AccessControlList].

Return Value

Type: Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Framework.Server.AccessControlEntry
The new or updated [AccessControlEntry] that was set in the [AccessControlList].

.NET Framework Security

See Also

Reference

AccessControlList Class

Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Framework.Server Namespace