netwerk/cookie/public/nsICookiePermission.idl
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#include "nsISupports.idl"

interface nsICookie2;
interface nsIURI;
interface nsIChannel;

typedef long nsCookieAccess;

/**
 * An interface to test for cookie permissions
 */
[scriptable, uuid(91f1c3ec-73a0-4bf0-bdc5-348a1f181b0e)]
interface nsICookiePermission : nsISupports
{
  /**
   * nsCookieAccess values
   */
  const nsCookieAccess ACCESS_DEFAULT = 0;
  const nsCookieAccess ACCESS_ALLOW   = 1;
  const nsCookieAccess ACCESS_DENY    = 2;

  /**
   * additional values for nsCookieAccess, which are not directly used by
   * any methods on this interface, but are nevertheless convenient to define
   * here. these may be relocated somewhere else if we ever consider freezing
   * this interface.
   */
  const nsCookieAccess ACCESS_SESSION = 8;

  /**
   * setAccess
   *
   * this method is called to block cookie access for the given URI.  this
   * may result in other URIs being blocked as well (e.g., URIs which share
   * the same host name).
   *
   * @param aURI
   *        the URI to block
   * @param aAccess
   *        the new cookie access for the URI.
   */
  void setAccess(in nsIURI         aURI,
                 in nsCookieAccess aAccess);

  /**
   * canAccess
   *
   * this method is called to test whether or not the given URI/channel may
   * access the cookie database, either to set or get cookies.
   *
   * @param aURI
   *        the URI trying to access cookies
   * @param aFirstURI
   *        the URI initiated by the user that resulted in aURI being loaded
   * @param aChannel
   *        the channel corresponding to aURI
   *
   * @return one of the following nsCookieAccess values:
   *         ACCESS_DEFAULT, ACCESS_ALLOW, or ACCESS_DENY
   */
  nsCookieAccess canAccess(in nsIURI     aURI,
                           in nsIURI     aFirstURI,
                           in nsIChannel aChannel);

  /**
   * canSetCookie
   *
   * this method is called to test whether or not the given URI/channel may
   * set a specific cookie.  this method is always preceded by a call to
   * canAccess. it may modify the isSession and expiry attributes of the
   * cookie via the aIsSession and aExpiry parameters, in order to limit
   * or extend the lifetime of the cookie. this is useful, for instance, to
   * downgrade a cookie to session-only if it fails to meet certain criteria.
   *
   * @param aURI
   *        the URI trying to set the cookie
   * @param aChannel
   *        the corresponding to aURI
   * @param aCookie
   *        the cookie being added to the cookie database
   * @param aIsSession
   *        when canSetCookie is invoked, this is the current isSession attribute
   *        of the cookie. canSetCookie may leave this value unchanged to
   *        preserve this attribute of the cookie.
   * @param aExpiry
   *        when canSetCookie is invoked, this is the current expiry time of
   *        the cookie. canSetCookie may leave this value unchanged to
   *        preserve this attribute of the cookie.
   *
   * @return true if the cookie can be set.
   */
  boolean canSetCookie(in nsIURI     aURI,
                       in nsIChannel aChannel,
                       in nsICookie2 aCookie,
                       inout boolean aIsSession,
                       inout PRInt64 aExpiry);
};

%{ C++
/**
 * The nsICookiePermission implementation is an XPCOM service registered
 * under the ContractID:
 */
#define NS_COOKIEPERMISSION_CONTRACTID "@mozilla.org/cookie/permission;1"
%}