SecureKeyValueStore

open class SecureKeyValueStore : KeyValueStoreProtocol

Secure Key-Value Store

Similar to the SecureDatabaseStore, you can create instances of the SecureKeyValueStore as follows.

let secureKeyValueStore = SecureKeyValueStore()

try secureKeyValueStore.open(with: "your_encryption_key")

It is also possible to create more SecureKeyValueStores sharing the same database file. In this can specify a separate name for the store. Shared the same database is not thread safe. It is the task of the caller to make it thread safe.

// it is advisable to name all the stores if multiple store used in one file
let firstStore = SecureKeyValueStore(name:"FirstStore")
var secondStore = SecureKeyValueStore()

do {
   // initialization throws only when the firstStore is open already
   try SecureKeyValueStore(databaseStore: firstStore.secureDatabaseStore, name:"secondKeyValueStore")
} catch {
   // handle error
   return
}

// open one of the stores
do {
   try firstStore.open(with: "any passcode")
} catch {
   // handle error
   return
}

Since the init of the store will throw only when the first database is already open and there isn’t schema created already and the schema creation fails it is possible to create the store with try! Simplified form:

let firstStore = SecureKeyValueStore(name:"FirstStore")
let secondStore = try! SecureKeyValueStore(databaseStore: firstStore.secureDatabaseStore, name:"secondKeyValueStore")

// open one of the stores
do {
   try firstStore.open(with: "any passcode")
} catch {
   // handle error
   return
}
  • Initialize a new SecureKeyValueStore in the default location with the specified or default database file name.

    Declaration

    Swift

    public convenience init(databaseFileName: String = defaultDatabaseFileName, name: String = SecureStoreDefaultStoreName)

    Parameters

    databaseFileName

    a database file name with a default value

    name

    the name of the KeyValueStore - used to create a separate Database table in the SecureDatabaseStore

  • Initialize a new SecureDatabaseStore in the specified path.

    Declaration

    Swift

    public convenience init(fullDatabasePath: String, name: String = SecureStoreDefaultStoreName)

    Parameters

    fullDatabasePath

    a full path of the database file name

    storeName

    the name of the KeyValueStore - used to create a separate Database table in the SecureDatabaseStore

  • Initializes a store using an other existing store. This way the same database file will be used. Make sure to use unique names for the stores. The name given will be used to create a separate table so use only characters allowed to create a table name. If the databaseStore already exists the init tries to create the table for this store if it doesn’t exist already. If this creation fails the init fails. If the databaseStore is not open the init will never fail. The table for the store will be created during the open of the host databaseStore. If the table creation fails during the open, the open method will fail and the database remains closed.

    Declaration

    Swift

    public convenience init(databaseStore: SecureDatabaseStore, name: String = SecureStoreDefaultStoreName) throws

    Parameters

    databaseStore

    an existing store

    name

    unique name of the store in this database

  • Opens the SecureStore with the respective encryption key. This call sets the encryption key of a store if the store is opened for the first time and if data is written afterwards. The underlying store is opened for read and write access and it is created at the specified path if it does not already exist.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.AuthenticationFailed if an error occured while setting the encryption key and if the encyption key is wrong or an empty string.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.OpenFailed if something went wrong while opening and/or creating the store. Error codes correspond to sqlite3 error codes if the underlying store is a sqlite database (see https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Please make sure to set the delegate before you call open(with encryptionKey: String) if you want to receive the didCreateStore callback.

    Note

    The actual database encryption key is drived from the String encryptionKey with PBKDF2.

    Note

    In case the store is already opened the method doesn’t have any effect and it won’t validate the passcode.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func open(with encryptionKey: String) throws

    Parameters

    encryptionKey

    the secure store’s encryption key as String.

  • Opens the SecureStore with the respective encryption key. The underlying store is opened for read and write access. The store at the specified path is created if it does not exist.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.AuthenticationFailed if an error occured while setting the encryption key and if the encyption key is wrong or an empty string.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.OpenFailed if something went wrong while opening and/or creating the store. Error codes correspond to sqlite3 error codes if the underlying store is a sqlite database (see https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Warning

    The binary encryptionKeyData data is used directly as the database encryption key. The must be exactly 256 bit in length.

    Note

    Please make sure to set the delegate before you call open(with encryptionKey: Data) if you want to receive the didCreateStore callback.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func open(with encryptionKeyData: Data) throws

    Parameters

    ecryptionKeyData

    the secure store’s binary encryption key as Data. It must be exactly 256 bit in length.

  • Checks whether the store is open.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func isOpen() -> Bool

    Return Value

    true if the store is open, false otherwise.

  • Closes the store and therefore the SecureStore is no longer accessible without opening it again with its encryption key.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func close()
  • Changes the encryption key of the SecureStore if it has been opened. Otherwise SecureStorageError.Closed is thrown and the encryption key remains unchanged.

    Changing the key means re-encryption of the whole database which can take a long time on larger databases.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the store is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.EncryptionKeyChangeFailed if an error occured while changing the encryption key.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func changeEncryptionKey(with newEncryptionKey: String) throws

    Parameters

    newEncryptionKey

    the SecureStore’s new encryption key as String.

  • Changes the encryption key of the SecureStore if it has been opened. Otherwise SecureStorageError.Closed is thrown and the encryption key remains unchanged.

    Changing the key means re-encryption of the whole database which can take a long time on larger databases.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the store is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.EncryptionKeyChangeFailed if an error occured while changing the encryption key.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func changeEncryptionKey(with newEncryptionKeyData: Data) throws

    Parameters

    newEncryptionKeyData

    the SecureStore’s new encryption key.

  • Inserts a SQLiteDatatypeBridgeable compliant value into the mapping, replacing any existing value for the given key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func put<T>(_ value: T?, forKey key: String) throws where T : SQLiteDatatypeBridgeable

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    value

    has to be a SQLiteDatatypeBridgeable compliant object

  • Inserts a NSCoding compliant value into the mapping, replacing any existing value for the given key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    This method serializes the value before it is inserted into the underlying store. Therefore, the values must be read with the get<T: NSCoding>(_ key: String) throws -> T? in order to deserialize them properly. It is not possible to read values with specific get methods like getString(key: String) throws -> String?.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func put<T>(_ value: T?, forKey key: String) throws where T : NSCoding

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    value

    has to be a NSCoding compliant object

  • Associates all specified values with their respective key. The effect of this call is equivalent to that of calling put(k, v) on this SecureKeyValueStore once for each mapping from key k to value v in the specified map.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func putAll(_ keyValueDict: [String : NSCoding?]) throws

    Parameters

    keyValueDict

    mappings to be stored

  • Returns the SQLiteDatatypeBridgeable compliant value to which the specified key is mapped, or nil if no mapping for this key exists.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func get<T>(_ key: String) throws -> T? where T : SQLiteDatatypeBridgeable

    Parameters

    key

    a String.

    Return Value

    the value as decoded value or nil.

  • Returns the NSCoding compliant value to which the specified key is mapped, or nil if no mapping for this key exists.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Note

    This method deserializes the value when it is read from the underlying store. Therefore, the values must have been set with the put(value: NSCoding?, forKey key: String) throws method in order to be serialized properly. It is not possible to read values with this method that have been set with the specific put methods like putString(value: String?, forKey key: String) throws.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func get<T>(_ key: String) throws -> T? where T : NSCoding

    Parameters

    key

    a String.

    Return Value

    the value as decoded value or nil.

  • Returns the String value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getString(_ key: String) throws -> String?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    a String value or nil

  • Returns the Int8 value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getInt8(_ key: String) throws -> Int8?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    an Int8 value or nil

  • Returns the Int16 value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getInt16(_ key: String) throws -> Int16?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    an Int16 value or nil

  • Returns the Int32 value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getInt32(_ key: String) throws -> Int32?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    an Int32 value or nil

  • Returns the Int64 value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getInt64(_ key: String) throws -> Int64?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    an Int64 value or nil

  • Returns the Int value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getInt(_ key: String) throws -> Int?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    an Int value or nil

  • Returns the UInt8 value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getUInt8(_ key: String) throws -> UInt8?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    an UInt8 value or nil

  • Returns the UInt16 value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getUInt16(_ key: String) throws -> UInt16?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    an UInt16 value or nil

  • Returns the UInt32 value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getUInt32(_ key: String) throws -> UInt32?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    an UInt32 value or nil

  • Returns the UInt64 value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getUInt64(_ key: String) throws -> UInt64?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    an UInt64 value or nil

  • Returns the UInt value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getUInt(_ key: String) throws -> UInt?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    an UInt value or nil

  • Returns the Float value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getFloat(_ key: String) throws -> Float?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    a Float value or nil

  • Returns the Double value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getDouble(_ key: String) throws -> Double?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    a Double value or nil

  • Returns the Bool value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Note

    Conversions between different types of numbers may produce erroneous results. Such as putting an Int64.max for a specific key and getting this value with type: Int8. Conversions are handled in accordance to the behaviour of NSNumber. Further information can be found at https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Cocoa/Reference/Foundation/Classes/NSNumber_Class/index.html.

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getBool(_ key: String) throws -> Bool?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    a Bool value or nil

  • Returns the NSData value associated with the given key, or nil if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or a nil value is explicitly associated with the key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func getData(_ key: String) throws -> Data?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    a NSData value or nil

  • MARK: - Getting Values with Default Value Returns the NSCoding compliant value associated with the given key, or defaultValue if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or if a nil value is explicitly associated with the given key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func get<T>(_ key: String, defaultValue: T?) throws -> T? where T : NSCoding

    Parameters

    key

    a String.

    defaultValue

    returned if key does not exist or if a nil value is associated with the given key.

    Return Value

    the decoded value associated with the given key, or defaultValue if no valid object is currently mapped to that key.

  • Returns the SQLiteDatatypeBridgeable compliant value associated with the given key, or defaultValue if no mapping of the desired type exists for the given key or if a nil value is explicitly associated with the given key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func get<T>(_ key: String, defaultValue: T?) throws -> T? where T : SQLiteDatatypeBridgeable

    Parameters

    key

    a String.

    defaultValue

    returned if key does not exist or if a nil value is associated with the given key.

    Return Value

    the decoded value associated with the given key, or defaultValue if no valid object is currently mapped to that key.

  • Returns a Set containing the Strings used as keys in this SecureKeyValueStore.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func keys() throws -> Set<String>

    Return Value

    a Set of keys.

  • Returns whether the given key is contained in the mapping of this SecureKeyValueStore.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func hasKey(_ key: String) throws -> Bool

    Parameters

    key

    a String.

    Return Value

    true if the key is part of the mapping, false otherwise

  • Returns the number of mappings contained in this SecureKeyValueStore.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func count() throws -> Int

    Return Value

    the number of mappings as an Int.

  • Returns whether the mapping of this SecureKeyValueStore is empty.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func isEmpty() throws -> Bool

    Return Value

    true if the mapping of this SecureKeyValueStore is empty, false otherwise.

  • Removes the entry with the given key from the mapping of this SecureKeyValueStore.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    @discardableResult
    open func remove(_ key: String) throws -> Bool

    Parameters

    key

    a String.

    Return Value

    true if the key entry was successfully removed, false if no mapping for the key exists.

  • Removes all elements from the mapping of this SecureKeyValueStore.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the SecureKeyValueStore is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    open func removeAll() throws
  • Implementation for DataStoring protocol’s put function

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the DataStoring compliant object is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    public func put(data: Data, for key: String) throws

    Parameters

    data

    data to put in the storage

    key

    a String which will be the key for the data in the storage

  • Implementation for DataStoring protocol’s data(for:) function

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the DataStoring compliant object is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.TypeConversionFailed if the value could not be decoded to the desired return type.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    public func data(for key: String) throws -> Data?

    Parameters

    key

    a String

    Return Value

    Data if there is data for the key, or nil if not found

  • Implementation for DataStoring protocol’s removeData(for:) function

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.Closed if the DataStoring compliant object is locked with its encryption key.

    Throws

    SecureStorageError.BackingStoreError if an error occured on the underlying store. Code corresponds to sqlite3 error codes (https://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/c_abort.html).

    Declaration

    Swift

    public func removeData(for key: String) throws

    Parameters

    key

    a String to find data in the storage