Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.security.Identity

Packages that use Identity
java.security Provides the classes and interfaces for the security framework. 
 

Uses of Identity in java.security
 

Subclasses of Identity in java.security
 class IdentityScope
          Deprecated. This class is no longer used. Its functionality has been replaced by java.security.KeyStore, the java.security.cert package, and java.security.Principal.
 class Signer
          Deprecated. This class is no longer used. Its functionality has been replaced by java.security.KeyStore, the java.security.cert package, and java.security.Principal.
 

Methods in java.security that return Identity
 Identity IdentityScope.getIdentity(Principal principal)
          Deprecated. Retrieves the identity whose name is the same as that of the specified principal.
abstract  Identity IdentityScope.getIdentity(PublicKey key)
          Deprecated. Retrieves the identity with the specified public key.
abstract  Identity IdentityScope.getIdentity(String name)
          Deprecated. Returns the identity in this scope with the specified name (if any).
 

Methods in java.security that return types with arguments of type Identity
abstract  Enumeration<Identity> IdentityScope.identities()
          Deprecated. Returns an enumeration of all identities in this identity scope.
 

Methods in java.security with parameters of type Identity
abstract  void IdentityScope.addIdentity(Identity identity)
          Deprecated. Adds an identity to this identity scope.
protected  boolean Identity.identityEquals(Identity identity)
          Deprecated. Tests for equality between the specified identity and this identity.
abstract  void IdentityScope.removeIdentity(Identity identity)
          Deprecated. Removes an identity from this identity scope.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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