P5EEx-Blue-0.01

P5EEx::Blue::Security


NAME

P5EEx::Blue::Security - Interface for authentication and authorization


SYNOPSIS

    use P5EEx::Blue::P5EE;
    $context = P5EEx::Blue::P5EE->context();
    $security = $context->service("Security");  # or ...
    $security = $context->security();
    ... TBD ...


DESCRIPTION

A Security service is a means by which a user may be authenticated and by which he may be authorized to perform specific operations.


Class Group: Security

The following classes might be a part of the Security Class Group.


Class: P5EEx::Blue::Security

A Security service is a means by which a user may be authenticated and by which he may be authorized to perform specific operations.

 * Throws: P5EEx::Blue::Exception::Security
 * Since:  0.01

Class Design

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Constructor Methods:

new()

The constructor is inherited from P5EEx::Blue::Service.


Public Methods:

TBD()

    * Signature: $tbd_return = $repository->tbd($tbd_param);
    * Param:     $tbd_param         integer
    * Return:    $tbd_return        integer
    * Throws:    P5EEx::Blue::Exception::Repository
    * Since:     0.01
    Sample Usage:
    $tbd_return = $repository->tbd($tbd_param);


Protected Methods:

service_type()

Returns 'Security';

    * Signature: $service_type = P5EEx::Blue::Security->service_type();
    * Param:     void
    * Return:    $service_type  string
    * Since:     0.01
    $service_type = $widget->service_type();


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

 * Author:  Stephen Adkins <stephen.adkins@officevision.com>
 * License: This is free software. It is licensed under the same terms as Perl itself.


SEE ALSO

P5EEx::Blue::Context, P5EEx::Blue::Service