author Jorg K <>
Mon, 18 Feb 2019 23:01:32 +0100
changeset 71573 47dc660a82c01e7cdf49a35a48f8a8b24a4ed73f
parent 59550 4b2c136f620aef6724029210bdbcb49ad30a5cd2
permissions -rw-r--r--
No bug - Pin mozilla-beta version (rev bce0092f646c, FIREFOX_66_0b9) for release. a=jorgk

/* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this file,
 * You can obtain one at */

#include "nsISupports.idl"

interface nsIFile;
interface nsIRequestObserver;
interface nsIPrefBranch;
[scriptable, uuid(c961919b-980b-4adc-bcfe-dabe916d1acc)]
interface nsIMsgCloudFileProvider : nsISupports {
  // The type is a unique string identifier used by various interface elements
  // for styling. As such, the type should be an alphanumpheric string with
  // no spaces.
  readonly attribute ACString type;
  // Unlike the type, the displayName is purely for rendering the name of
  // a storage service provider.
  readonly attribute ACString displayName;
  // A link to the homepage of the service, if applicable.
  readonly attribute ACString serviceURL;
  /// Some providers might want to provide an icon for the menu
  readonly attribute ACString iconClass;

  readonly attribute ACString accountKey;

  readonly attribute ACString settingsURL;

  readonly attribute ACString managementURL;

  void init(in ACString aAccountKey);

   * upload the file to the cloud provider. The callback's OnStopRequest
   * method will be called when finished, with success or an error code.
   * @param aFile file to upload
   * @param aCallback callback when finished.
   * @throws nsIMsgCloudFileProvider.offlineErr if we are offline.
  void uploadFile(in nsIFile aFile, in nsIRequestObserver aCallback);
  ACString urlForFile(in nsIFile aFile);

   * Cancels the upload of the passed in file, if it hasn't finished yet.
   * If it hasn't started yet, it will be removed from the upload queue.
   * @param aFile file whose upload we should cancel.
  void cancelFileUpload(in nsIFile aFile);

   * Refresh the user info for this account. This will fill in the quota info,
   * if supported by the provider.
   * @param aWithUI if true, we may prompt for a password, or bring up an auth
   *                page. If false, we won't, and will fail if auth is required.
   * @param aCallback callback when finished.
   * @throws nsIMsgCloudFileProvider.offlineErr if we are offline.
  void refreshUserInfo(in boolean aWithUI, in nsIRequestObserver aCallback);

   * Delete a file that we've uploaded in this session and discarded. This
   * operation is asynchronous.
   * @param aFile File we previously uploaded in this session.
   * @param aCallback callback when finished
   * @throws NS_ERROR_FAILURE if we don't know about the file.
   * @throws nsIMsgCloudFileProvider.offlineErr if we are offline.
  void deleteFile(in nsIFile aFile, in nsIRequestObserver aCallback);

   * If the provider has an API for creating an account, this will start the
   * process of creating one. There will probably have to be some sort of
   * validation on the part of the user before the account is created.
   * If not, this will throw NS_ERROR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED.
   * If the REST call succeeds, aCallback.onStopRequest will get called back
   * with an http status. Generally, status between 200 and 300 is OK,
   * otherwise, an error occurred which is * probably specific to the provider.
   * If the request fails completely, onStopRequest will get called with
   * @throws nsIMsgCloudFileProvider.offlineErr if we are offline.
  void createNewAccount(in ACString aEmailAddress, in ACString aPassword,
                        in ACString aFirstName, in ACString aLastName,
                        in nsIRequestObserver aCallback);

  void createExistingAccount(in nsIRequestObserver aCallback);

   * If the provider doesn't have an API for creating an account, perhaps
   * there's a url we can load in a content tab that will allow the user
   * to create an account.
  readonly attribute ACString createNewAccountUrl;

   * For some errors, the provider may have an explanatory page, or have an
   * option to upgrade an account to handle the error. This method returns a url
   * to a page hosted by the provider which can help with the error.
   * @param aError e.g. uploadWouldExceedQuota or uploadExceedsFileLimit
   * @returns provider url, if any, for the error, empty string otherwise.
  ACString providerUrlForError(in unsigned long aError);

   * If we don't know the limit, this will return -1.
  readonly attribute long fileUploadSizeLimit;

  /// -1 if we don't have this info
  readonly attribute long long remainingFileSpace;

  /// -1 if we don't have this info
  readonly attribute long long fileSpaceUsed;

  /// This is used by our test harness to override the urls the provider uses.
  void overrideUrls(in uint32_t aNumUrls, [array, size_is(aNumUrls)] in string aUrls);

  // Error handling
  // If the cloud provider gets textual errors back from the server,
  // they can be retrieved here.
  readonly attribute ACString lastError;
  // I'm mapping these to real NS_MSG error codes where possible,
  // but it really doesn't matter as long as we only return these
  // errors.
  const unsigned long offlineErr = 0x80550014; // NS_MSG_ERROR_OFFLINE
  const unsigned long authErr = 0x8055001e; // NS_MSG_USER_NOT_AUTHENTICATED
  const unsigned long uploadErr = 0x8055311a; // NS_MSG_ERROR_ATTACHING_FILE
  const unsigned long uploadWouldExceedQuota = 0x8055311b;
  const unsigned long uploadExceedsFileLimit = 0x8055311c;
  const unsigned long uploadCanceled = 0x8055311d;
  const unsigned long uploadExceedsFileNameLimit = 0x8055311e;