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+// Copyright (c) 2005 DMTF. All rights reserved.
+ [Abstract, Version ( "2.8.0" ),
+ UMLPackagePath ( "CIM::Policy" ),
+ Description (
+ "PolicySet is an abstract class that represents a set of "
+ "policies that form a coherent set. The set of contained "
+ "policies has a common decision strategy and a common set of "
+ "policy roles (defined via the PolicySetInRole Collection "
+ "association). Subclasses include PolicyGroup and PolicyRule." )]
+class CIM_PolicySet : CIM_Policy {
+
+ [Description (
+ "PolicyDecisionStrategy defines the evaluation method "
+ "used for policies contained in the PolicySet. There are "
+ "two values currently defined: \n"
+ "- \'First Matching\' (1) executes the actions of the "
+ "first rule whose conditions evaluate to TRUE. The "
+ "concept of \'first\' is determined by examining the "
+ "priority of the rule within the policy set (i.e., by "
+ "examining the property, PolicySetComponent.Priority). "
+ "Note that this ordering property MUST be maintained when "
+ "processing the PolicyDecisionStrategy. \n"
+ "- \'All\' (2) executes the actions of ALL rules whose "
+ "conditions evaluate to TRUE, in the set. As noted above, "
+ "the order of processing of the rules is defined by the "
+ "property, PolicySetComponent.Priority (and within a "
+ "rule, the ordering of the actions is defined by the "
+ "property, PolicyActionStructure.ActionOrder). Note that "
+ "when this strategy is defined, processing MUST be "
+ "completed of ALL rules whose conditions evaluate to "
+ "TRUE, regardless of errors in the execution of the rule "
+ "actions." ),
+ ValueMap { "1", "2" },
+ Values { "First Matching", "All" }]
+ uint16 PolicyDecisionStrategy;
+
+ [Deprecated { "CIM_PolicySetInRoleCollection" },
+ Description (
+ "The PolicyRoles property represents the roles associated "
+ "with a PolicySet. All contained PolicySet instances "
+ "inherit the values of the PolicyRoles of the aggregating "
+ "PolicySet but the values are not copied. A contained "
+ "PolicySet instance may, however, add additional "
+ "PolicyRoles to those it inherits from its aggregating "
+ "PolicySet(s). Each value in PolicyRoles multi-valued "
+ "property represents a role for which the PolicySet "
+ "applies, i.e., the PolicySet should be used by any "
+ "enforcement point that assumes any of the listed "
+ "PolicyRoles values. \n"
+ "\n"
+ "Although not officially designated as \'role "
+ "combinations\', multiple roles may be specified using "
+ "the form: \n"
+ "<RoleName>[&&<RoleName>]* \n"
+ "where the individual role names appear in alphabetical "
+ "order (according to the collating sequence for UCS-2). "
+ "Implementations may treat PolicyRoles values that are "
+ "specified as \'role combinations\' as simple strings. \n"
+ "\n"
+ "This property is deprecated in lieu of the use of an "
+ "association, CIM_PolicySetInRoleCollection. The latter "
+ "is a more explicit and less error-prone approach to "
+ "modeling that a PolicySet has one or more PolicyRoles." )]
+ string PolicyRoles[];
+
+ [Description (
+ "Indicates whether this PolicySet is administratively "
+ "enabled, administratively disabled, or enabled for "
+ "debug. The \"EnabledForDebug\" property value is "
+ "deprecated and, when it or any value not understood by "
+ "the receiver is specified, the receiving enforcement "
+ "point treats the PolicySet as \"Disabled\". To determine "
+ "if a PolicySet is \"Enabled\", the containment hierarchy "
+ "specified by the PolicySetComponent aggregation is "
+ "examined and the Enabled property values of the "
+ "hierarchy are ANDed together. Thus, for example, "
+ "everything aggregated by a PolicyGroup may be disabled "
+ "by setting the Enabled property in the PolicyGroup "
+ "instance to \"Disabled\" without changing the Enabled "
+ "property values of any of the aggregated instances. The "
+ "default value is 1 (\"Enabled\")." ),
+ ValueMap { "1", "2", "3" },
+ Values { "Enabled", "Disabled", "Enabled For Debug" }]
+ uint16 Enabled = 1;
+
+
+};