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From Jun Inamori <j-off...@r2.dion.ne.jp>
Subject Re: catalina.policy to avoid "no object DCH for MIME..."
Date Mon, 24 Nov 2003 21:04:32 GMT
Hi,

Thank you for your reply.

> This is a special use case depending on where you install
> the mail API jars.
> Since there are potentially 1000's of special use cases I
> don't see where adding these examples to catalina.policy
> would help.
> 
> A better solution would be to add a section to the Tomcat
> SecurityManager doc which lists what permissions are required
> for different standard API's.  JDBC, mail, etc.

That's a good idea.
I'll try it.
I just downloaded:
   security-manager-howto.xml
from CVS.
I think I should work on this XML, rather than the HTML.
After the section titled:

  <h3>Policy File Format</h3>

I'll add the new section titled:

  <h3>Required Permissions for standard API's</h3>

The new section will list the required permissions for JDBC and JavaMail.
I have ever experienced the difficulties in Java Advanced Imaging API with SecurityManager,
and so I'll also list the required permission for it.
I'll work on it in the next weekend.
Any suggestions are welcome to me.

Best regards,
-- 

Happy Java programming!

Jun Inamori
OOP-Reserch Corporation
E-mail: j-office@r2.dion.ne.jp
URL:    http://www.oop-reserch.com/

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