Interface implemented by security policy providers that may support dynamic granting of permissions at run-time.
Interface that a security manager or policy provider can optionally implement in order to support the saving and restoring of custom security context state.
Security policy provider that supports dynamic granting of permissions at run-time.
Security policy provider that wraps the J2SE(TM) default "PolicyFile" security policy provider distributed as part of the Java(TM) 2 Platform, Standard Edition.
Exception indicating failed initialization of a security policy provider.
DynamicPolicy interface is
implemented by security policy providers that may support dynamic granting of
permissions at run-time. One such provider is
DynamicPolicyProvider, which layers
dynamic grant functionality on top of a "static" security policy provider (that
is, one incapable of dynamic permission grants itself).
The default static security policy used by
PolicyFileProvider: a policy implementation
that wraps the J2SE(TM) default
"PolicyFile" security policy provider distributed as part of the Java(TM) 2
Platform, Standard Edition.
PolicyFileProvider augments the
J2SE default policy provider with convenience constructors as well as support
for a special-cased permission,
UmbrellaGrantPermission, which signifies a
GrantPermission for all permissions authorized to a
given protection domain.
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