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RMI and Security

 
Michel Bertrand
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Hi !
My certificion is URLyBird 1.3 and I decided to use RMI
to implement the database server. So, I had to create a
policy file and I specified only the full permission entry
to the app using "permission java.security.AllPermission".
Would it be well accepted by the examiners ?
Tks in advance !
 
Dave Knipp
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I actually used RMI and did not supply my own policy file. I believe that you are not required to use it according to sun's instructions. Your application should run just fine without it and will therefore solve your problem if you don't include it.
I'm sure you could include it and provide instructions for its use in the install text file, but the submission process mentions nothing about a policy file so you might be better off without it.
Regards,
Dave
 
Mark Spritzler
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No need to use RMISecurityManager or a Policy file for your submission.
Mark
 
Michel Bertrand
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Tks and merry christmas !
 
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