[This is preliminary documentation and is subject to change.]
Thetype exposes the following members.
Returns the cache path for this object. If NULL an "incognito mode" in- memory cache is being used.
Returns the handler for this context if any.
Returns true (1) if this object is the global context. The global context is used by default when creating a browser or URL request with a NULL context argument.
Provides access to the underlying native cef struct. This is a refcounted library struct derived from cef_base_t. Add a ref in order to keep it alive when this managed object go out of scope.(Inherited from CfxLibraryBase.)
Returns true (1) if the preference with the specified |name| can be modified using SetPreference. As one example preferences set via the command-line usually cannot be modified. This function must be called on the browser process UI thread.
Clears all certificate exceptions that were added as part of handling CfxRequestHandler.OnCertificateError(). If you call this it is recommended that you also call close_all_connections() or you risk not being prompted again for server certificates if you reconnect quickly. If |callback| is non-NULL it will be executed on the UI thread after completion.
Clear all registered scheme handler factories. Returns false (0) on error. This function may be called on any thread in the browser process.
Clears all active and idle connections that Chromium currently has. This is only recommended if you have released all other CEF objects but don't yet want to call cef_shutdown(). If |callback| is non-NULL it will be executed on the UI thread after completion.
Creates a new context object with the specified |settings| and optional |handler|.
Returns all preferences as a dictionary. If |includeDefaults| is true (1) then preferences currently at their default value will be included. The returned object contains a copy of the underlying preference values and modifications to the returned object will not modify the underlying preference values. This function must be called on the browser process UI thread.
Returns the default cookie manager for this object. This will be the global cookie manager if this object is the global request context. Otherwise, this will be the default cookie manager used when this request context does not receive a value via CfxRequestContextHandler.GetCookieManager(). If |callback| is non-NULL it will be executed asnychronously on the IO thread after the manager's storage has been initialized.
Returns the global context object.
Returns the value for the preference with the specified |name|. Returns NULL if the preference does not exist. The returned object contains a copy of the underlying preference value and modifications to the returned object will not modify the underlying preference value. This function must be called on the browser process UI thread.
Returns true (1) if a preference with the specified |name| exists. This function must be called on the browser process UI thread.
Returns true (1) if this object is pointing to the same context as |that| object.
Returns true (1) if this object is sharing the same storage as |that| object.
Tells all renderer processes associated with this context to throw away their plugin list cache. If |reloadPages| is true (1) they will also reload all pages with plugins. CfxRequestContextHandler.OnBeforePluginLoad may be called to rebuild the plugin list cache.
Register a scheme handler factory for the specified |schemeName| and optional |domainName|. An NULL |domainName| value for a standard scheme will cause the factory to match all domain names. The |domainName| value will be ignored for non-standard schemes. If |schemeName| is a built-in scheme and no handler is returned by |factory| then the built-in scheme handler factory will be called. If |schemeName| is a custom scheme then you must also implement the CfxApp.OnRegisterCustomSchemes() function in all processes. This function may be called multiple times to change or remove the factory that matches the specified |schemeName| and optional |domainName|. Returns false (0) if an error occurs. This function may be called on any thread in the browser process.
Attempts to resolve |origin| to a list of associated IP addresses. |callback| will be executed on the UI thread after completion.
Attempts to resolve |origin| to a list of associated IP addresses using cached data. |resolvedIps| will be populated with the list of resolved IP addresses or NULL if no cached data is available. Returns ERR_NONE on success. This function must be called on the browser process IO thread.
Set the |value| associated with preference |name|. Returns true (1) if the value is set successfully and false (0) otherwise. If |value| is NULL the preference will be restored to its default value. If setting the preference fails then |error| will be populated with a detailed description of the problem. This function must be called on the browser process UI thread.