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From David Smith <d...@cornell.edu>
Subject Re: TOMCAT 3.2 -> 4.0, JDBC, MySQL
Date Wed, 31 Oct 2001 17:12:24 GMT
I didn't install from RPM, so I don't know what the init script looks like.  
It might or might not start the security manager.   If Reid's suggestion to 
check the MySQL permissions doesn't help, check out the comments at the 
bottom of catalina.policy for how to set security permissions for the 
security manager inside TC4.

I thought since you had it working under TC 3 that the authentication with 
MySQL wouldn't be the problem.  As a diagnostic for MySQL, you could use the 
command line from your server to authenticate the same as your TC server 
(same user and password) and see what you get.

--David Smith

On Wednesday 31 October 2001 11:33 am, you wrote:
> Hi David,
>
>
> I've started tc 4.0 with the init script. I'm not sure whether tomcat is
> started with -security or not.
> Which modifications are needed? How do these look like?
>
> Christian
>
> David Smith wrote:
> > There's not enough info to tell, but it looks like the MySQL driver and
> > TC 4.0.1 are working correctly.  Are you using the security manager that
> > comes with TC 4??  If so, you need to modify catalina.policy to allow
> > this connection.
> >
> > --David Smith
>
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