Java Code Examples for org.osgi.framework.Bundle#getSignerCertificates()

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Example 1
/**
 * Constructs a Condition that tries to match the passed Bundle's location
 * to the location pattern.
 * 
 * @param bundle The Bundle being evaluated.
 * @param info The ConditionInfo from which to construct the condition. The
 *        ConditionInfo must specify one or two arguments. The first
 *        argument of the ConditionInfo specifies the chain of distinguished
 *        names pattern to match against the signer of the bundle. The
 *        Condition is satisfied if the signer of the bundle matches the
 *        pattern. The second argument of the ConditionInfo is optional. If
 *        a second argument is present and equal to "!", then the
 *        satisfaction of the Condition is negated. That is, the Condition
 *        is satisfied if the signer of the bundle does NOT match the
 *        pattern. If the second argument is present but does not equal "!",
 *        then the second argument is ignored.
 * @return A Condition which checks the signers of the specified bundle.
 */
public static Condition getCondition(final Bundle bundle, final ConditionInfo info) {
	if (!CONDITION_TYPE.equals(info.getType()))
		throw new IllegalArgumentException("ConditionInfo must be of type \"" + CONDITION_TYPE + "\"");
	String[] args = info.getArgs();
	if (args.length != 1 && args.length != 2)
		throw new IllegalArgumentException("Illegal number of args: " + args.length);

	Map<X509Certificate, List<X509Certificate>> signers = bundle.getSignerCertificates(Bundle.SIGNERS_TRUSTED);
	boolean match = false;
	for (List<X509Certificate> signerCerts : signers.values()) {
		List<String> dnChain = new ArrayList<String>(signerCerts.size());
		for (X509Certificate signer : signerCerts) {
			dnChain.add(signer.getSubjectDN().getName());
		}
		if (FrameworkUtil.matchDistinguishedNameChain(args[0], dnChain)) {
			match = true;
			break;
		}
	}

	boolean negate = (args.length == 2) ? "!".equals(args[1]) : false;
	return negate ^ match ? Condition.TRUE : Condition.FALSE;
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Constructs a Condition that tries to match the passed Bundle's location
 * to the location pattern.
 * 
 * @param bundle The Bundle being evaluated.
 * @param info The ConditionInfo from which to construct the condition. The
 *        ConditionInfo must specify one or two arguments. The first
 *        argument of the ConditionInfo specifies the chain of distinguished
 *        names pattern to match against the signer of the bundle. The
 *        Condition is satisfied if the signer of the bundle matches the
 *        pattern. The second argument of the ConditionInfo is optional. If
 *        a second argument is present and equal to "!", then the
 *        satisfaction of the Condition is negated. That is, the Condition
 *        is satisfied if the signer of the bundle does NOT match the
 *        pattern. If the second argument is present but does not equal "!",
 *        then the second argument is ignored.
 * @return A Condition which checks the signers of the specified bundle.
 */
public static Condition getCondition(final Bundle bundle, final ConditionInfo info) {
	if (!CONDITION_TYPE.equals(info.getType()))
		throw new IllegalArgumentException("ConditionInfo must be of type \"" + CONDITION_TYPE + "\"");
	String[] args = info.getArgs();
	if (args.length != 1 && args.length != 2)
		throw new IllegalArgumentException("Illegal number of args: " + args.length);

	Map<X509Certificate, List<X509Certificate>> signers = bundle.getSignerCertificates(Bundle.SIGNERS_TRUSTED);
	boolean match = false;
	for (List<X509Certificate> signerCerts : signers.values()) {
		List<String> dnChain = new ArrayList<String>(signerCerts.size());
		for (X509Certificate signer : signerCerts) {
			dnChain.add(signer.getSubjectDN().getName());
		}
		if (FrameworkUtil.matchDistinguishedNameChain(args[0], dnChain)) {
			match = true;
			break;
		}
	}

	boolean negate = (args.length == 2) ? "!".equals(args[1]) : false;
	return negate ^ match ? Condition.TRUE : Condition.FALSE;
}
 
Example 3
/**
 * Used by the filter matching algorithm. This methods does NOT satisfy the
 * normal equals contract. Since the class is only used in filter expression
 * evaluations, it only needs to support comparing an instance created with
 * a Bundle to an instance created with a pattern string from the filter
 * expression.
 * 
 * @param o SignerProperty to compare against.
 * @return true if the DN name chain matches the pattern.
 */
@Override
public boolean equals(Object o) {
	if (!(o instanceof SignerProperty))
		return false;
	SignerProperty other = (SignerProperty) o;
	Bundle matchBundle = bundle != null ? bundle : other.bundle;
	String matchPattern = bundle != null ? other.pattern : pattern;
	Map<X509Certificate, List<X509Certificate>> signers = matchBundle.getSignerCertificates(Bundle.SIGNERS_TRUSTED);
	for (List<X509Certificate> signerCerts : signers.values()) {
		List<String> dnChain = new ArrayList<String>(signerCerts.size());
		for (X509Certificate signerCert : signerCerts) {
			dnChain.add(signerCert.getSubjectDN().getName());
		}
		try {
			if (FrameworkUtil.matchDistinguishedNameChain(matchPattern, dnChain)) {
				return true;
			}
		} catch (IllegalArgumentException e) {
			continue; // bad pattern
		}
	}
	return false;
}
 
Example 4
/**
 * Constructs a Condition that tries to match the passed Bundle's location
 * to the location pattern.
 * 
 * @param bundle The Bundle being evaluated.
 * @param info The ConditionInfo from which to construct the condition. The
 *        ConditionInfo must specify one or two arguments. The first
 *        argument of the ConditionInfo specifies the chain of distinguished
 *        names pattern to match against the signer of the bundle. The
 *        Condition is satisfied if the signer of the bundle matches the
 *        pattern. The second argument of the ConditionInfo is optional. If
 *        a second argument is present and equal to "!", then the
 *        satisfaction of the Condition is negated. That is, the Condition
 *        is satisfied if the signer of the bundle does NOT match the
 *        pattern. If the second argument is present but does not equal "!",
 *        then the second argument is ignored.
 * @return A Condition which checks the signers of the specified bundle.
 */
public static Condition getCondition(final Bundle bundle, final ConditionInfo info) {
	if (!CONDITION_TYPE.equals(info.getType()))
		throw new IllegalArgumentException("ConditionInfo must be of type \"" + CONDITION_TYPE + "\"");
	String[] args = info.getArgs();
	if (args.length != 1 && args.length != 2)
		throw new IllegalArgumentException("Illegal number of args: " + args.length);

	Map<X509Certificate, List<X509Certificate>> signers = bundle.getSignerCertificates(Bundle.SIGNERS_TRUSTED);
	boolean match = false;
	for (List<X509Certificate> signerCerts : signers.values()) {
		List<String> dnChain = new ArrayList<String>(signerCerts.size());
		for (X509Certificate signer : signerCerts) {
			dnChain.add(signer.getSubjectDN().getName());
		}
		if (FrameworkUtil.matchDistinguishedNameChain(args[0], dnChain)) {
			match = true;
			break;
		}
	}

	boolean negate = (args.length == 2) ? "!".equals(args[1]) : false;
	return negate ^ match ? Condition.TRUE : Condition.FALSE;
}