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/* 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 http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */
#include "nsISupports.idl"
/**
* A object that hold authentication information. The caller of
* nsIAuthPrompt2::promptUsernameAndPassword or
* nsIAuthPrompt2::promptPasswordAsync provides an object implementing this
* interface; the prompt implementation can then read the values here to prefill
* the dialog. After the user entered the authentication information, it should
* set the attributes of this object to indicate to the caller what was entered
* by the user.
*/
[scriptable, uuid(0d73639c-2a92-4518-9f92-28f71fea5f20)]
interface nsIAuthInformation : nsISupports
{
/** @name Flags */
/* @{ */
/**
* This dialog belongs to a network host.
*/
const uint32_t AUTH_HOST = 1;
/**
* This dialog belongs to a proxy.
*/
const uint32_t AUTH_PROXY = 2;
/**
* This dialog needs domain information. The user interface should show a
* domain field, prefilled with the domain attribute's value.
*/
const uint32_t NEED_DOMAIN = 4;
/**
* This dialog only asks for password information. Authentication prompts
* SHOULD NOT show a username field. Attempts to change the username field
* will have no effect. nsIAuthPrompt2 implementations should, however, show
* its initial value to the user in some form. For example, a paragraph in
* the dialog might say "Please enter your password for user jsmith at
* server intranet".
*
* This flag is mutually exclusive with #NEED_DOMAIN.
*/
const uint32_t ONLY_PASSWORD = 8;
/**
* We have already tried to log in for this channel
* (with auth values from a previous promptAuth call),
* but it failed, so we now ask the user to provide a new, correct login.
*
* @see also RFC 2616, Section 10.4.2
*/
const uint32_t PREVIOUS_FAILED = 16;
/**
* A cross-origin sub-resource requests an authentication.
* The message presented to users must reflect that.
*/
const uint32_t CROSS_ORIGIN_SUB_RESOURCE = 32;
/* @} */
/**
* Flags describing this dialog. A bitwise OR of the flag values
* above.
*
* It is possible that neither #AUTH_HOST nor #AUTH_PROXY are set.
*
* Auth prompts should ignore flags they don't understand; especially, they
* should not throw an exception because of an unsupported flag.
*/
readonly attribute unsigned long flags;
/**
* The server-supplied realm of the authentication as defined in RFC 2617.
* Can be the empty string if the protocol does not support realms.
* Otherwise, this is a human-readable string like "Secret files".
*/
readonly attribute AString realm;
/**
* The authentication scheme used for this request, if applicable. If the
* protocol for this authentication does not support schemes, this will be
* the empty string. Otherwise, this will be a string such as "basic" or
* "digest". This string will always be in lowercase.
*/
readonly attribute AUTF8String authenticationScheme;
/**
* The initial value should be used to prefill the dialog or be shown
* in some other way to the user.
* On return, this parameter should contain the username entered by
* the user.
* This field can only be changed if the #ONLY_PASSWORD flag is not set.
*/
attribute AString username;
/**
* The initial value should be used to prefill the dialog or be shown
* in some other way to the user.
* The password should not be shown in clear.
* On return, this parameter should contain the password entered by
* the user.
*/
attribute AString password;
/**
* The initial value should be used to prefill the dialog or be shown
* in some other way to the user.
* On return, this parameter should contain the domain entered by
* the user.
* This attribute is only used if flags include #NEED_DOMAIN.
*/
attribute AString domain;
};