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From "Mark Petrovic" <mspetro...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Using catalina.policy for security with jsvc
Date Tue, 06 Feb 2007 01:20:31 GMT
Not to send you off the library or Amazon, but Jason Brittain's first Tomcat
book discusses all these issues.  His 2nd edition is coming out this year
sometime, if you can wait.  But the 1st edition works, too.

Also, in what appears to be all modern Tomcat distributions, there is a
bin/jsvc.tar.gz daemon distribution that contains examples of how to use the
jsvc daemon with Tomcat 5.

You basically clone the traditional startup.sh script Tomcat provides, and
run it under jsvc.  To see what the cloned script should look like, edit
catalina.sh by inserting "set -x" near the top (unix).  In so doing, the
next time you start Tomcat you will see what really gets executed, and it is
this output that you will incorporate into your new startup script, again,
run under jsvc.

On 2/5/07, Jere Retzer <retzerj@ohsu.edu> wrote:
>
> I'm trying to figure out how to use the java security manager with
> catalina.policy. Does jsvc normally run with the security manager? How do
> you
> set the policy file? Thanks
>
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Mark

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