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// Copyright 2018 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 <string>
namespace remoting {
class Keychain;
// A HostPairingInfo contains details to negotiate and maintain a connection
// to a remote Chromoting host. This is an entity in a backing store.
class HostPairingInfo {
HostPairingInfo(const HostPairingInfo&);
// Loads a record from the keychain.
// If a record does not exist, return a new record with a blank secret.
static HostPairingInfo GetPairingInfo(const std::string& user_id,
const std::string& host_id);
// Commit this record to the keychain.
void Save();
// Properties supplied by the host server.
const std::string& user_id() const { return user_id_; }
const std::string& host_id() const { return host_id_; }
const std::string& pairing_id() const { return pairing_id_; }
void set_pairing_id(const std::string& pairing_id) {
pairing_id_ = pairing_id;
const std::string& pairing_secret() const { return pairing_secret_; }
void set_pairing_secret(const std::string& pairing_secret) {
pairing_secret_ = pairing_secret;
// The keychain is used to fetch and store host pairing data. The default
// implementation uses system keychain API. We can supply a custom keychain
// for testing. Passing null will restore the default keychain.
static void SetKeychainForTesting(Keychain* keychain);
HostPairingInfo(const std::string& user_id,
const std::string& host_id,
const std::string& pairing_id,
const std::string& pairing_secret);
std::string user_id_;
std::string host_id_;
std::string pairing_id_;
std::string pairing_secret_;
} // namespace remoting