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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.osgi.signedcontent
Interface SignedContentFactory


public interface SignedContentFactory

A factory used to create SignedContent objects.

The framework will register a factory implementation as an OSGi service. This service can be used to get SignedContent for a bundle. It can also be used to get SignedContent for a repository file. The supported formats for file repositories are jar files and directories containing the content of an extracted jar.

This interface is not intended to be implemented by clients.

Since:
3.4
Restriction:
This interface is not intended to be implemented by clients.

Method Summary
  SignedContent getSignedContent ( Bundle bundle)
          Returns a SignedContent object for the specified bundle.
  SignedContent getSignedContent ( File content)
          Returns a SignedContent object for the specified content of a repository.
 

Method Detail

getSignedContent

SignedContent getSignedContent(
File content)
                               throws 
IOException,
                                      
InvalidKeyException,
                                      
SignatureException,
                                      
CertificateException,
                                      
NoSuchAlgorithmException,
                                      
NoSuchProviderException
Returns a SignedContent object for the specified content of a repository.

Parameters:
content - the content of the repository
Returns:
signed content for the specified repository
Throws:
IOException - if an IO exception occurs while reading the repository
NoSuchProviderException - if there's no security provider for the signed content
NoSuchAlgorithmException - if the cryptographic algorithm is not available for the signed content
CertificateException - if there is a problem with one of the certificates of the signed content
SignatureException - if there is a problem with one of the signatures of the signed content
InvalidKeyException - if there is a problem with one of the certificate keys of the signed content

getSignedContent

SignedContent getSignedContent(
Bundle bundle)
                               throws 
IOException,
                                      
InvalidKeyException,
                                      
SignatureException,
                                      
CertificateException,
                                      
NoSuchAlgorithmException,
                                      
NoSuchProviderException
Returns a SignedContent object for the specified bundle.

Parameters:
bundle - the bundle to get a signed content for.
Returns:
signed content for the specified bundle.
Throws:
IOException - if an IO exception occurs while reading the bundle content
NoSuchProviderException - if there's no security provider for the signed content
NoSuchAlgorithmException - if the cryptographic algorithm is not available for the signed content
CertificateException - if there is a problem with one of the certificates of the signed content
SignatureException - if there is a problem with one of the signatures of the signed content
InvalidKeyException - if there is a problem with one of the certificate keys of the signed content

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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