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Oracle® Beehive RESTful Web Services API Reference
Release 2 (18.104.22.168)
Access Control Entry (ACE).
A Set of ACEs is sometimes referred to as an AccessControlList or ACL.
Each ACE specify a set of AccessTypes to be granted and denied to a single Accessor.
ACE objects are unique based on their Accessor field alone. In an ACL there can
only be one ACE for any given Accessor.
ACE objects are immutable.
Returns the AccessTypes that this ACE grants and denies.
Returns the BaseAccessorHandle to which this ACE applies.
Below are examples in JSON and XML formats. All examples are shown with all inherited members. Quoting when required is part of the examples, but you must obviously populate with your own data.
(show inherited members)
<obh:ace xsi:type="obh:ace" xmlns:obh="http://www.oracle.com/beehive" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
<obh:accessor> </obh:accessor> your_beeId_0
(show inherited members) XML Schema
<xs:complexType final="extension restriction" name="ace">
<xs:element name="accessTypes" type="tns:accessTypes"/>
<xs:element name="accessor" type="tns:beeId"/>
The following data represents the references to ace
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