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From "Aaron Davies" <aaron.dav...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: RMI Security Manager Issue
Date Thu, 15 Jun 2006 12:30:12 GMT
On 6/15/06, Steve Loughran <stevel@apache.org> wrote:

> Aaron Davies wrote:
>
> > Hi, I'm having trouble using an ant task to run a Java app that uses
> > RMI. I've constructed a Java task to run it, but it fails with a
> > java.security.AccessControlException as soon as it starts the RMI
> > section. However, when I take a look at the output of ant -verbose and
> > reconstruct the java command being used (this task has "fork" set to
> > true), the app runs just fine. I've tried checking my
> > java.security.policy file (an "allpermissions" one) and passing it to
> > the ant jvm as well, but it doesn't help. Any ideas?
>
> We run lots of RMI stuff from ant (forked); no problems show up. When
> ant forks it really creates a new JVM, so existing JVM stuff does not
> surface.
>
> So there is something else going on here, but nothing obvious springs to
> mind.
>
> what is the stack trace?

I figured it out; I was passing a pre-constructed argument list to the
jvm as a value attribute, not a line, so it was getting read as one
meaningless arg. It's working fine now. Thanks anyway!
-- 
Aaron Davies
aaron.davies@gmail.com

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