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Hi, I�m having the following error when I try to run my rmi server, any clues???
 
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Hi, I just comment the line:

from the server implementation and it worked, I�m now looking for some tutorial on RMISecurityManager if you know some link pls provide.
thanks in advance,
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The VM is not finding your policy file.
Be careful with JBuilder5 as there is an error in the VM run configs (they say c:\JBuilder4!), so make sure you have:
-Djava.security.policy=file:C:\JBuilder5\samples\RMI\SimpleRMI.policy
for this example. Otherwise check your paths and policy file very carefully.
John
 
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