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// Copyright 2016 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <functional>
#include <string>
#include <utility>
#include <vector>
#include <components/policy/core/common/policy_types.h>
#include "authpolicy/policy/policy_encoder_helper.h"
namespace enterprise_management {
class ChromeDeviceSettingsProto;
} // namespace enterprise_management
namespace policy {
// Connection types for the key::kDeviceUpdateAllowedConnectionTypes policy,
// exposed for tests. The int is actually enterprise_management::
// AutoUpdateSettingsProto_ConnectionType, but we don't want to include
// chrome_device_policy.pb.h here in this header.
extern const std::pair<const char*, int> kConnectionTypes[];
extern const size_t kConnectionTypesSize;
class RegistryDict;
// Private helper class used to convert a RegistryDict into a device policy
// protobuf. Don't include directly, use |preg_policy_encoder.h| instead,
class DevicePolicyEncoder {
DevicePolicyEncoder(const RegistryDict* dict, const PolicyLevel level);
// Toggles logging of policy values.
void LogPolicyValues(bool enabled) { log_policy_values_ = enabled; }
// Extracts all supported device policies from |dict| and puts them into
// |policy|.
void EncodePolicy(
enterprise_management::ChromeDeviceSettingsProto* policy) const;
// Some logical grouping of policy encoding.
void EncodeLoginPolicies(
enterprise_management::ChromeDeviceSettingsProto* policy) const;
void EncodeNetworkPolicies(
enterprise_management::ChromeDeviceSettingsProto* policy) const;
void EncodeAutoUpdatePolicies(
enterprise_management::ChromeDeviceSettingsProto* policy) const;
void EncodeAccessibilityPolicies(
enterprise_management::ChromeDeviceSettingsProto* policy) const;
void EncodeGenericPolicies(
enterprise_management::ChromeDeviceSettingsProto* policy) const;
void EncodePoliciesWithPolicyOptions(
enterprise_management::ChromeDeviceSettingsProto* policy) const;
// Boolean policies.
base::Optional<bool> EncodeBoolean(const char* policy_name) const;
// Integer policies.
base::Optional<int> EncodeInteger(const char* policy_name) const;
// Integer in range policies.
base::Optional<int> EncodeIntegerInRange(const char* policy_name,
int range_min,
int range_max) const;
// String policies.
base::Optional<std::string> EncodeString(const char* policy_name) const;
// String list policies are a little different. Unlike the basic types they
// are not stored as registry value, but as registry key with values 1, 2, ...
// for the entries.
base::Optional<std::vector<std::string>> EncodeStringList(
const char* policy_name) const;
// Prints out an error message if the |policy_name| is contained in the
// registry dictionary. Use this for unsupported policies.
void HandleUnsupported(const char* policy_name) const;
const RegistryDict* dict_ = nullptr;
const PolicyLevel level_;
bool log_policy_values_ = false;
} // namespace policy