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/ Dotnetfx_Vista_SP2 / Dotnetfx_Vista_SP2 / 8.0.50727.4016 / DEVDIV / depot / DevDiv / releases / Orcas / QFE / wpf / src / Framework / MS / Internal / AppModel / ProgressPage.cs / 1 / ProgressPage.cs

                            //+------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
//
//  Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.
//
//  Description: 
//      Deployment progress page. This is primarily a proxy to the native progress page, which supersedes
//      the managed one from up to v3.5. See Host\DLL\ProgressPage.hxx for details. 
// 
//  History:
//      2007/12/xx   ChangoV     Created 
//
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------

using System; 
using System.Runtime.InteropServices;
using System.Windows.Interop; 
using System.Windows.Threading; 
using System.Security;
 
namespace MS.Internal.AppModel
{
    /// 
    /// Critical due to SUC. 
    /// Even if a partilar method is considered safe, applying [SecurityTreatAsSafe] to it here won't help
    /// much, because the transparency model still requires SUC-d methods to be called only from 
    /// SecurityCritical ones. 
    /// 
    [ComImport, Guid("1f681651-1024-4798-af36-119bbe5e5665")] 
    [InterfaceType(ComInterfaceType.InterfaceIsIUnknown)]
    [SecurityCritical, SuppressUnmanagedCodeSecurity]
    interface INativeProgressPage
    { 
        void Show();
        void Hide(); 
        void ShowProgressMessage(string message); 
        void SetApplicationName(string appName);
        void SetPublisherName(string publisherName); 
        void OnDownloadProgress(ulong bytesDownloaded, ulong bytesTotal);
    };

    ///  
    /// IProgressPage is public. It was introduced for the Media Center integration, which is now considered
    /// deprecated, but we have to support it at least for as long as we keep doing in-place upgrades. 
    ///  
    interface IProgressPage2 : IProgressPage
    { 
        void ShowProgressMessage(string message);
    };

    class NativeProgressPageProxy : IProgressPage2 
    {
        internal NativeProgressPageProxy(INativeProgressPage npp) 
        { 
            _npp = npp;
        } 

        /// 
        /// Critical: Calls a SUC'd COM interface method.
        /// TreatAsSafe: No concern about "spoofing" progress messages. A web site could just render an HTML 
        ///     page that looks like our progress page.
        ///  
        [SecurityCritical, SecurityTreatAsSafe] 
        public void ShowProgressMessage(string message)
        { 
            _npp.ShowProgressMessage(message);
        }

        public Uri DeploymentPath 
        {
            set { } 
            get { throw new System.NotImplementedException(); } 
        }
 
        /// 
        /// The native progress page sends a stop/cancel request to its host object, which then calls
        /// IBrowserHostServices.ExecCommand(OLECMDID_STOP).
        ///  
        public DispatcherOperationCallback StopCallback
        { 
            set { } 
            get { throw new System.NotImplementedException(); }
        } 

        /// 
        /// The native progress page sends a Refresh request to its host object, which then calls
        /// IBrowserHostServices.ExecCommand(OLECMDID_REFRESH). 
        /// 
        public System.Windows.Threading.DispatcherOperationCallback RefreshCallback 
        { 
            set { }
            get { return null; } 
        }

        /// 
        /// Critical: Calls a SUC'd COM interface method. 
        /// TreatAsSafe: 1) The application name is coming from the manifest, so it could be anything.
        ///       This means the input doesn't need to be trusted. 
        ///     2) Setting arbitrary application/publisher can be considered spoofing, but a malicious website 
        ///       could fake the whole progress page and still achieve the same.
        ///  
        public string ApplicationName
        {
            [SecurityCritical, SecurityTreatAsSafe]
            set { _npp.SetApplicationName(value); } 

            get { throw new System.NotImplementedException(); } 
        } 

        ///  
        /// Critical: Calls a SUC'd COM interface method.
        /// TreatAsSafe: 1) The publisher name is coming from the manifest, so it could be anything.
        ///       This means the input doesn't need to be trusted.
        ///     2) Setting arbitrary application/publisher can be considered spoofing, but a malicious website 
        ///       could fake the whole progress page and still achieve the same.
        ///  
        public string PublisherName 
        {
            [SecurityCritical, SecurityTreatAsSafe] 
            set { _npp.SetPublisherName(value); }

            get { throw new System.NotImplementedException(); }
        } 

        ///  
        /// Critical: Calls a SUC'd COM interface method. 
        /// TreatAsSafe: Sending even arbitrary progress updates not considered harmful.
        ///  
        [SecurityCritical, SecurityTreatAsSafe]
        public void UpdateProgress(long bytesDownloaded, long bytesTotal)
        {
            _npp.OnDownloadProgress((ulong)bytesDownloaded, (ulong)bytesTotal); 
        }
 
        INativeProgressPage _npp; 
    };
 
}

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
//+------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
//
//  Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.
//
//  Description: 
//      Deployment progress page. This is primarily a proxy to the native progress page, which supersedes
//      the managed one from up to v3.5. See Host\DLL\ProgressPage.hxx for details. 
// 
//  History:
//      2007/12/xx   ChangoV     Created 
//
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------

using System; 
using System.Runtime.InteropServices;
using System.Windows.Interop; 
using System.Windows.Threading; 
using System.Security;
 
namespace MS.Internal.AppModel
{
    /// 
    /// Critical due to SUC. 
    /// Even if a partilar method is considered safe, applying [SecurityTreatAsSafe] to it here won't help
    /// much, because the transparency model still requires SUC-d methods to be called only from 
    /// SecurityCritical ones. 
    /// 
    [ComImport, Guid("1f681651-1024-4798-af36-119bbe5e5665")] 
    [InterfaceType(ComInterfaceType.InterfaceIsIUnknown)]
    [SecurityCritical, SuppressUnmanagedCodeSecurity]
    interface INativeProgressPage
    { 
        void Show();
        void Hide(); 
        void ShowProgressMessage(string message); 
        void SetApplicationName(string appName);
        void SetPublisherName(string publisherName); 
        void OnDownloadProgress(ulong bytesDownloaded, ulong bytesTotal);
    };

    ///  
    /// IProgressPage is public. It was introduced for the Media Center integration, which is now considered
    /// deprecated, but we have to support it at least for as long as we keep doing in-place upgrades. 
    ///  
    interface IProgressPage2 : IProgressPage
    { 
        void ShowProgressMessage(string message);
    };

    class NativeProgressPageProxy : IProgressPage2 
    {
        internal NativeProgressPageProxy(INativeProgressPage npp) 
        { 
            _npp = npp;
        } 

        /// 
        /// Critical: Calls a SUC'd COM interface method.
        /// TreatAsSafe: No concern about "spoofing" progress messages. A web site could just render an HTML 
        ///     page that looks like our progress page.
        ///  
        [SecurityCritical, SecurityTreatAsSafe] 
        public void ShowProgressMessage(string message)
        { 
            _npp.ShowProgressMessage(message);
        }

        public Uri DeploymentPath 
        {
            set { } 
            get { throw new System.NotImplementedException(); } 
        }
 
        /// 
        /// The native progress page sends a stop/cancel request to its host object, which then calls
        /// IBrowserHostServices.ExecCommand(OLECMDID_STOP).
        ///  
        public DispatcherOperationCallback StopCallback
        { 
            set { } 
            get { throw new System.NotImplementedException(); }
        } 

        /// 
        /// The native progress page sends a Refresh request to its host object, which then calls
        /// IBrowserHostServices.ExecCommand(OLECMDID_REFRESH). 
        /// 
        public System.Windows.Threading.DispatcherOperationCallback RefreshCallback 
        { 
            set { }
            get { return null; } 
        }

        /// 
        /// Critical: Calls a SUC'd COM interface method. 
        /// TreatAsSafe: 1) The application name is coming from the manifest, so it could be anything.
        ///       This means the input doesn't need to be trusted. 
        ///     2) Setting arbitrary application/publisher can be considered spoofing, but a malicious website 
        ///       could fake the whole progress page and still achieve the same.
        ///  
        public string ApplicationName
        {
            [SecurityCritical, SecurityTreatAsSafe]
            set { _npp.SetApplicationName(value); } 

            get { throw new System.NotImplementedException(); } 
        } 

        ///  
        /// Critical: Calls a SUC'd COM interface method.
        /// TreatAsSafe: 1) The publisher name is coming from the manifest, so it could be anything.
        ///       This means the input doesn't need to be trusted.
        ///     2) Setting arbitrary application/publisher can be considered spoofing, but a malicious website 
        ///       could fake the whole progress page and still achieve the same.
        ///  
        public string PublisherName 
        {
            [SecurityCritical, SecurityTreatAsSafe] 
            set { _npp.SetPublisherName(value); }

            get { throw new System.NotImplementedException(); }
        } 

        ///  
        /// Critical: Calls a SUC'd COM interface method. 
        /// TreatAsSafe: Sending even arbitrary progress updates not considered harmful.
        ///  
        [SecurityCritical, SecurityTreatAsSafe]
        public void UpdateProgress(long bytesDownloaded, long bytesTotal)
        {
            _npp.OnDownloadProgress((ulong)bytesDownloaded, (ulong)bytesTotal); 
        }
 
        INativeProgressPage _npp; 
    };
 
}

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
                        

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