CSecureServer Class Reference

List of all members.

Public Member Functions

CSession2 * NewSessionL (const TVersion &aVersion, const RMessage2 &aMessage) const
CPolicyServer::TCustomResult CustomSecurityCheckL (const RMessage2 &aMsg, TInt &aAction, TSecurityInfo &aMissing)
CObjectCon * NewContainerL ()
void RemoveContainer (CObjectCon *aCon)
 ~CSecureServer ()

Static Public Member Functions

static CSecureServerNewL (CActive::TPriority aActiveObjectPriority)
static TInt ThreadFunction (TAny *aStarted)
static void PanicServer (TSecureServerPanic aPanic)

Detailed Description

The class that represents the secure server.

The server starts when the first client connects. When the server starts, it prepares:

See also:

Definition at line 203 of file secureserver.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

CSecureServer::~CSecureServer (  ) 


Definition at line 111 of file secureserverccountserver.cpp.

Member Function Documentation

CSession2 * CSecureServer::NewSessionL ( const TVersion &  aVersion,
const RMessage2 &  aMessage 
) const

Creates a server-side session object.

aVersion The version information supplied by the client.
aMessage Represents the details of the client request that is requesting the creation of the session.

Definition at line 121 of file secureserverccountserver.cpp.

CSecureServer * CSecureServer::NewL ( CActive::TPriority  aActiveObjectPriority  )  [static]

Creates a new server object and returns the handle to it.

aActiveObjectPriority The priority of the secure server. The secure server is an active object. It is derived from CActive and the priority value is the priority of the active object.
See also:

Definition at line 53 of file secureserverccountserver.cpp.

TInt CSecureServer::ThreadFunction ( TAny *  aStarted  )  [static]

The thread function that makes the server ready for use. The Symbian platform calls the function when the server thread starts to run. This is a static function, and it

  • creates the server object
  • creates the serverís active scheduler
  • starts the serverís active scheduler
aStarted aStarted

Definition at line 47 of file secureserver.cpp.

void CSecureServer::PanicServer ( TSecureServerPanic  aPanic  )  [static]

Panics the server.

aPanic The reason for the panic.

Definition at line 42 of file secureserverccountserver.cpp.

CPolicyServer::TCustomResult CSecureServer::CustomSecurityCheckL ( const RMessage2 &  aMsg,
TInt &  aAction,
TSecurityInfo &  aMissing 

Performs a custom security check.

The policy server framework calls this function when a client sends requests to the server that are identified by the five enum values TSecureServerRequest::ESecureServerIncrease to TSecureServerRequest::ESecureServerReset. The request numbers match the client-side requests identified by the functions:

See the const arrays defined in secureserver.h. See the use of CPolicyServer::ECustomCheck in the third element in the array KSecureServerElementsIndex in secureserver.h.

aMsg The message to check.
aAction A reference to the action to take if the security check fails.
aMissing A reference to the list of security attributes missing from the checked process.
A value from TCustomResult.

Definition at line 149 of file secureserverccountserver.cpp.

CObjectCon * CSecureServer::NewContainerL (  ) 

Creates a new object container when creating sub sessions.

An object container.

Definition at line 66 of file secureserverccountserver.cpp.

void CSecureServer::RemoveContainer ( CObjectCon *  aCon  ) 

Removes an object from the object container.

aCon A pointer to the object to be removed from the container.

Definition at line 75 of file secureserverccountserver.cpp.

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