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tomcat security manager issue

 
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How to know what security permssions I need to grant to a java class or third party java class (in case I know the source code of these classes)? Is there a way to find out and then put into the security policy catalina.policy (instead of debugging the log to find out what should be put in there) ?

For J2EE classes in jar files, is there a easy and standard way to know it?

I am tired of debugging the security manager problem.

Thanks,

David
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