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// Copyright 2013 The Chromium 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 <stddef.h>
#include <memory>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "base/android/jni_weak_ref.h"
#include "base/android/scoped_java_ref.h"
#include "base/logging.h"
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "chrome/browser/password_manager/password_store_factory.h"
#include "chrome/browser/ui/passwords/settings/password_manager_presenter.h"
#include "chrome/browser/ui/passwords/settings/password_ui_view.h"
#include "components/password_manager/core/browser/password_store.h"
#include "components/password_manager/core/browser/password_store_consumer.h"
namespace password_manager {
class CredentialProviderInterface;
// PasswordUIView for Android, contains jni hooks that allows Android UI to
// display passwords and route UI commands back to native
// PasswordManagerPresenter.
class PasswordUIViewAndroid : public PasswordUIView {
// Result of transforming a vector of PasswordForms into their CSV
// description and writing that to disk.
struct SerializationResult {
// The number of password entries written. 0 if error encountered.
int entries_count;
// The path to the temporary file containing the serialized passwords. Empty
// if error encountered.
std::string exported_file_path;
// The error description recorded after the last write operation. Empty if
// no error encountered.
std::string error;
PasswordUIViewAndroid(JNIEnv* env, jobject);
~PasswordUIViewAndroid() override;
// PasswordUIView implementation.
Profile* GetProfile() override;
void SetPasswordList(
const std::vector<std::unique_ptr<autofill::PasswordForm>>& password_list)
void SetPasswordExceptionList(
const std::vector<std::unique_ptr<autofill::PasswordForm>>&
password_exception_list) override;
// Calls from Java.
base::android::ScopedJavaLocalRef<jobject> GetSavedPasswordEntry(
JNIEnv* env,
const base::android::JavaRef<jobject>&,
int index);
base::android::ScopedJavaLocalRef<jstring> GetSavedPasswordException(
JNIEnv* env,
const base::android::JavaRef<jobject>&,
int index);
void UpdatePasswordLists(JNIEnv* env, const base::android::JavaRef<jobject>&);
void HandleRemoveSavedPasswordEntry(JNIEnv* env,
const base::android::JavaRef<jobject>&,
int index);
void HandleRemoveSavedPasswordException(
JNIEnv* env,
const base::android::JavaRef<jobject>&,
int index);
void HandleSerializePasswords(
JNIEnv* env,
const base::android::JavaRef<jobject>&,
const base::android::JavaRef<jstring>& java_target_directory,
const base::android::JavaRef<jobject>& success_callback,
const base::android::JavaRef<jobject>& error_callback);
// Destroy the native implementation.
void Destroy(JNIEnv*, const base::android::JavaRef<jobject>&);
void set_export_target_for_testing(
SerializationResult* export_target_for_testing) {
export_target_for_testing_ = export_target_for_testing;
void set_credential_provider_for_testing(
password_manager::CredentialProviderInterface* provider) {
credential_provider_for_testing_ = provider;
// Possible states in the life of PasswordUIViewAndroid.
// * Destroy was not called and no background tasks are pending.
// * All data members can be used on the main task runner.
// * Destroy was not called, password serialization task on another task
// runner is running.
// * All data members can be used on the main task runner, except for
// |password_manager_presenter_| which can only be used inside
// ObtainAndSerializePasswords, which is being run on a backend task
// runner.
// * Destroy() was called, a background task is pending and |this| should
// be deleted once the tasks complete.
// * This state should not be reached anywhere but in the compeltion call
// of the pending task.
// Calls |password_manager_presenter_| to retrieve cached PasswordForm
// objects, then PasswordCSVWriter to serialize them, and finally writes them
// to a temporary file in |target_directory|. The steps involve a lot of
// memory allocation and copying, as well as I/O operations, so this method
// should be executed on a suitable task runner.
SerializationResult ObtainAndSerializePasswords(
const base::FilePath& target_directory);
// Sends |serialization_result| to Java via |success_callback| or
// |error_callback|, depending on whether the result is a success or an error.
void PostSerializedPasswords(
const base::android::JavaRef<jobject>& success_callback,
const base::android::JavaRef<jobject>& error_callback,
SerializationResult serialization_result);
// The |state_| must only be accessed on the main task runner.
State state_ = State::ALIVE;
// If not null, PostSerializedPasswords will write the serialized passwords to
// |*export_target_for_testing_| instead of passing them to Java. This must
// remain null in production code.
SerializationResult* export_target_for_testing_ = nullptr;
PasswordManagerPresenter password_manager_presenter_;
// If not null, passwords for exporting will be obtained from
// |*credential_provider_for_testing_|, otherwise from
// |password_manager_presenter_|. This must remain null in production code.
credential_provider_for_testing_ = nullptr;
// Java side of UI controller.
JavaObjectWeakGlobalRef weak_java_ui_controller_;