Examples of Key

Keys are generally obtained through key generators, certificates, or various Identity classes used to manage keys. Keys may also be obtained from key specifications (transparent representations of the underlying key material) through the use of a key factory (see {@link KeyFactory}).

A Key should use KeyRep as its serialized representation. Note that a serialized Key may contain sensitive information which should not be exposed in untrusted environments. See the Security Appendix of the Serialization Specification for more information. @see PublicKey @see PrivateKey @see KeyPair @see KeyPairGenerator @see KeyFactory @see KeyRep @see java.security.spec.KeySpec @see Identity @see Signer @version 1.57 06/04/21 @author Benjamin Renaud

  • javax.xml.registry.infomodel.Key
    @version $Revision$ $Date$
  • net.karneim.pojobuilder.model.PropertyListM.Key
  • nexj.core.meta.persistence.Key
    Interface representing a multi-part key.
  • nl.topicus.onderwijs.dashboard.keys.Key
  • oracle.kv.Key
  • org.aeonbits.owner.Config.Key
  • org.apache.accumulo.core.data.Key
  • org.apache.accumulo.proxy.thrift.Key
  • org.apache.camel.avro.generated.Key
  • org.apache.deltacloud.client.Key
    @author Andre Dietisheim
  • org.apache.flink.runtime.operators.testutils.TestData.Key
  • org.apache.flink.types.Key
    This interface has to be implemented by all data types that act as key. Keys are used to establish relationships between values. A key must always be {@link java.lang.Comparable} to other keys ofthe same type. In addition, keys must implement a correct {@link java.lang.Object#hashCode()} methodand {@link java.lang.Object#equals(Object)} method to ensure that grouping on keys works properly.

    This interface extends {@link org.apache.flink.types.Value} and requires to implementthe serialization of its value. @see org.apache.flink.types.Value @see org.apache.flink.core.io.IOReadableWritable @see java.lang.Comparable

  • org.apache.hadoop.fs.FileSystem.Cache.Key
  • org.apache.hadoop.hbase.migration.nineteen.onelab.filter.Key
    The general behavior of a key that must be stored in a filter.
  • org.apache.hadoop.util.bloom.Key
    The general behavior of a key that must be stored in a filter. @see Filter The general behavior of a filter
  • org.apache.jackrabbit.core.nodetype.EffectiveNodeTypeCache.Key
  • org.apache.jackrabbit.oak.plugins.document.UpdateOp.Key
  • org.apache.jackrabbit.oak.plugins.mongomk.UpdateOp.Key
  • org.apache.olingo.odata2.api.edm.provider.Key
    Objects of this class represent a key for an entity type
  • org.apache.tuscany.das.rdb.Key
    A key instance is used to describe a Table key definition. This is used primarily for compound keys since simple keys are described with a name.
  • org.apache.wicket.protocol.http.mock.Cookies.Key
  • org.apache.wicket.request.resource.ResourceReference.Key
  • org.apache.xerces.validators.schema.identity.Key
    Schema key identity constraint. @author Andy Clark, IBM @version $Id: Key.java,v 1.3 2001/02/20 06:12:28 andyc Exp $
  • org.apache.xindice.core.data.Key
    Key extends Value by providing a hash value for the Key.
  • org.ardverk.dht.rsrc.Key
    A {@link Key} is an unique identifier of a {@link Value}.
  • org.chaidb.db.index.Key
    This interface defines different IDBIndex key types, and methods to compare two keys.
  • org.crosswire.jsword.passage.Key
  • org.cruxframework.crux.core.client.db.annotation.Store.Key
  • org.eclipse.php.internal.ui.preferences.util.Key
  • org.exolab.castor.xml.schema.Key
    A class that represents the XML Schema Identity Constraint: Key. @author Keith Visco @version $Revision: 6230 $ $Date: 2006-04-14 04:14:43 -0600 (Fri, 14 Apr 2006) $
  • org.filsa.nikujaga.pong.Keys.Key
  • org.hdiv.cipher.Key
    Stored Session related data in the cipher section @author Roberto Velasco
  • org.hibernate.ogm.grid.Key
    The key of an entity, association or row.

    Note that exposing the state of instances through arrays is a deliberate decision for the sake of performance. The contents of these arrays must not be modified by the caller. @author Gunnar Morling

  • org.hypertable.thriftgen.Key
  • org.infinispan.test.data.Key
  • org.jayasoft.woj.common.model.security.Key
  • org.jboss.aesh.terminal.Key
  • org.jboss.dna.graph.query.validate.Schemata.Key
  • org.jboss.remoting3.HandleableCloseable.Key
    The VersionedConnectionFactory to negotiate the version on the client side and return an appropriate VersionedConnection for the negotiated version.

    As the only entry point to this class is the create method and as that method creates a new instance for each call it is guaranteed there will not be concurrent negotiations occurring. @author Darran Lofthouse

  • org.jboss.repository.spi.Key
    @author Scott.Stark@jboss.org @version $Revision: 42147 $
  • org.jboss.shrinkwrap.resolver.impl.maven.archive.plugins.ConfigurationUtils.Key
  • org.jboss.test.hibernate.timers.interfaces.Key
    Example ejb key associated with a timer. @author Scott.Stark@jboss.org @version $Revision: 81036 $
  • org.jclouds.ibm.smartcloud.domain.Key
    The current state of a public or private key. @author Adrian Cole
  • org.jclouds.joyent.cloudapi.v6_5.domain.Key
    oyent.com/sdcapidoc/cloudapi/index.html#ListKeys" >docs
  • org.jf.dexlib2.writer.pool.ProtoPool.Key
  • org.jitterbit.crypto.pgp.Key
    Interface defining a public key for PGP encryption. @author Torgil Zethson @since 2.0.0
  • org.jitterbit.integration.client.ui.project.trashcan.InspectionUtils.Key
  • org.jnode.driver.input.Key
    @author Martin Husted Hartvig @since 0.1.6
  • org.kite9.diagram.adl.Key
  • org.kitesdk.data.Key

    A key for retrieving entities from a {@link RandomAccessDataset}.

    @since 0.9.0
  • org.modeshape.jcr.query.validate.Schemata.Key
  • org.mongodb.morphia.Key

    The key object; this class is take from the app-engine datastore (mostly) implementation. It is also Serializable and GWT-safe, enabling your entity objects to be used for GWT RPC should you so desire.

    You may use normal DBRef objects as relationships in your entities if you desire neither type safety nor GWT-ability.

    @author Jeff Schnitzer (from Objectify codebase) @author Scott Hernandez (adapted to morphia/mongodb)
  • org.nfctools.mf.classic.Key
  • org.objectstyle.wolips.eomodeler.core.kvc.Key
  • org.onelab.filter.Key
    The general behavior of a key that must be stored in a filter. @see org.onelab.filter.Filter The general behavior of a filter
  • org.openstreetmap.josm.gui.tagging.TaggingPresetItems.Key
  • org.quartz.utils.Key

    Object representing a job or trigger key.

    @author Jeffrey Wescott
  • org.raml.parser.annotation.Key
  • org.sdnplatform.sync.internal.store.Key
    Represent a key in the sync system. Keys consist of a namespace and a key name. Namespaces should be dot-separated such as "com.bigswitch.device" @author readams
  • org.ugate.resources.RS.KEY
  • org.woped.quantana.graph.Key
  • org.xdams.xw.utility.Key
    @author sandroPer modificare il modello associato al commento di questo tipo generato, aprire Finestra>Preferenze>Java>Generazione codice>Codice e commenti
  • railo.runtime.type.Collection.Key
  • se.unlogic.standardutils.dao.annotations.Key
  • sprites.io.Key
  • uk.org.ogsadai.config.Key
  • water.Key
    Keys This class defines: - A Key's bytes (name) & hash - Known Disk & memory replicas. - A cache of somewhat expensive to compute stuff related to the current Cloud, plus a byte of the desired replication factor. Keys are expected to be a high-count item, hence the care about size. Keys are *interned* in the local K/V store, a non-blocking hash set and are kept pointer equivalent (via the interning) for cheap compares. The interning only happens after a successful insert in the local H2O.STORE via H2O.put_if_later. @author @version 1.0
  • winterwell.utils.Key
    For doing type-safe multi-class maps. Can be sorted by key name. @see Properties @see IProperties @author daniel
  • xbird.storage.index.Key
    Key extends Value by providing a hash value for the Key.
    @author Makoto YUI (yuin405+xbird@gmail.com)

  • Examples of com.opensymphony.xwork2.util.Key

         * @param parentClass the Class which contains as a property the Map or Collection we are finding the key for.
         * @param property    the property of the Map or Collection for the given parent class
         * @see com.opensymphony.xwork2.conversion.ObjectTypeDeterminer#getKeyClass(Class, String)
        public Class getKeyClass(Class parentClass, String property) {
            Key annotation = getAnnotation(parentClass, property, Key.class);
            if (annotation != null) {
                return annotation.value();
            Class clazz = getClass(parentClass, property, false);
            if (clazz != null) {
                return clazz;
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    Examples of com.persistit.Key

                final Exchange ex = setupExchange();
                final boolean expanded = (isExpanded());
                if (!ex.traverse(forward ? Key.GT : Key.LT, expanded)) {
                    return null;
                final Key key = ex.getKey();
                if (key.compareKeyFragment(_rootKey, 0, _rootKey.getEncodedSize()) != 0) {
                    return null;
                final int keyBytesSize = key.getEncodedSize() - _rootKey.getEncodedSize();
                final byte[] keyBytes = new byte[keyBytesSize];
                System.arraycopy(key.getEncodedBytes(), _rootKey.getEncodedSize(), keyBytes, 0, keyBytesSize);
                return new Row(keyBytes);
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    Examples of com.sleepycat.je.tree.Key

                             * therefore no valid delete key. Don't compress.
                            if (deletedKey != null) {
                                     new Key(deletedKey),
                                     false); // don't wakeup compressor

                    } else {
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    Examples of com.sogou.qadev.service.login.bean.Key

    public class QuitBugMoveController extends BaseController{
      public String getUserTemplate(HttpSession httpSession) throws Exception {
        Key key   = ((Key)httpSession.getAttribute("key"));
        Long keyId = (Long)httpSession.getAttribute("kid");
        das = DataAccessFactory.getInstance().createDataAccessSession(key.getUsername(), keyId);
        Template[] allTemplates = DataManager.getInstance().queryUserTemplates(das);
        JSONArray json = JSONArray.fromObject(allTemplates);
        return json.toString();
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    Examples of com.sun.enterprise.security.auth.digest.api.Key

                SipDigestParamGenerator generator = new SipDigestParamGenerator();

                DigestAlgorithmParameter[] params = generator.generateParameters(new SipAlgorithmParamImpl(
                        request, realmName, proxy));
                Key key = null;

                if (params == null) {
                    return null;
                Properties props = generator.getParsedValues();
                String nonce = props.getProperty("nonce");
                String nc = props.getProperty("nc");
                String nextNonce = null;
                StringNonce sn = new StringNonce(nonce);
                StringNonce sn2 = new StringNonce(nonce+nc);
                if (localNonceCache.hasNonce(sn) && !isValid(sn2)) {
                    return null;

                for (int i = 0; i < params.length; i++) {
                    DigestAlgorithmParameter dap = params[i];
                    if (A1.equals(dap.getName()) && (dap instanceof Key)) {
                        key = (Key) dap;

                if (logger.isLoggable(Level.FINE)) {
                    logger.log(Level.FINE, "Realm configured for this application is " + realmName +
                            " realm received in the message is " + key.getRealmName());
                if (!(key.getRealmName().equals(realmName))) {
                    if (logger.isLoggable(Level.FINE)) {
                        logger.log(Level.FINE, "Realm in the message does not match with configured realm");
                    return null;

                DigestCredentials creds = new DigestCredentials(realmName,
                        key.getUsername(), params);


                if (nc != null && nc.length() > 0) {
                    nextNonce = "00000001";
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    Examples of com.thimbleware.jmemcached.Key


        public static Key key( @Nonnull final String value ) {
            return new Key( ChannelBuffers.wrappedBuffer( value.getBytes() ) );
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    Examples of cz.cuni.mff.abacs.burglar.logics.objects.items.Key

      private static Item getKey(Element keyElement, DataMap map) {
        // get the attributes:       
        int id = XMLBase.getIntAttrOrZero(keyElement, STR_ID);
        // create the object:
        Item key = new Key(id, map);
        return key;
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    Examples of de.quist.samy.remocon.Key

        String command = StringUtils.trim(configParts[0]);
        String tvId = StringUtils.trim(configParts[1]);
        String tvCommand = StringUtils.trim(configParts[2]);

        Key key = Key.valueOf(tvCommand);

        if (key == null) {
          throw new BindingConfigParseException("Unregonized value '" + tvCommand + "'");
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    Examples of de.tuclausthal.informatik.winf.mobileagents.security.Key

          // STEP 3: read security tokens
          // passport, keys, check checksums
          this.readOwnerKey(outerArchive, agentInfo);
          this.readAgentKey(outerArchive, agentInfo);
          Key programmerKey = this.readProgrammerKey(outerArchive);

          this.readOwnerCertificate(agentInfo, outerArchive);
          this.readPassport(agentInfo, outerArchive);
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    Examples of dust.crypto.Key

        Keypair pair2=Curve.createKeypair(entropy);
        System.out.println("pair2: "+pair2);

        Key session1=pair1.session(pair2.getPublic());
        System.out.println("session1: "+session1);

        Key session2=pair2.session(pair1.getPublic());
        System.out.println("session1: "+session2);
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