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Write access

Permission to write to an object in an information system.


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A means of restricting access to objects based on the identity of subjects and groups to which they belong. The controls are discretionary in the sense that a subject with certain access permission is capable of passing that permission on to another subject. Means of restricting access to objects based on the (DAC) identity and needtoknow of users and/or groups to which the object belongs. Controls are discretionary in the sense that a subject with a certain access permission is capable of passing that permission (directly or indirectly) to any other subject. (. See mandatory access control. )
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In the context of object-oriented programming, the forwarding of a request by an object to another object or delegate. An object delegates if it does not have a method to handle the message. The notation that an object can issue a request to another object in response to a request. The first object therefore delegates the responsibility to the second object. Delegation can be used as an alternative to inheritance.
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An object that supports both read and write accesses. Object supporting both read and write accesses to an information system.
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Explicit permission, given to a Web site by a visitor, to handle her personal information in specified ways. Web sites that ask users to provide personally identifiable information should be required to obtain “informed consent,” which implies that the company fully discloses its information practices prior to obtaining personal data or permission to use it.
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A requesthandling mechanism that selects a method based on the type of target object. This allows the specification of one request that can result in invocation of different methods depending on the type of the target object. Most objectoriented languages support the selection of the appropriate method based on the class of the object (classical polymorphism). A few languages or systems support characteristics of the object, including values and userdefined defaults (generalized polymorphism). Having many forms. In the context of object-oriented programming terminology and concepts, the characteristic of an object to provide different behaviors based on the same message and methods owing to variances in external conditions.
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