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1. Java RMI with no SecurityManager    stackoverflow.com

I have some older code that doesn't use a SecurityManager but does use RMI. From what I have read RMI requires a security manager, but the code seems to work ...

2. RMISecurityManager vs. SecurityManager    stackoverflow.com

According to the Java API documentation,

RMISecurityManager implements a policy that is no different than the policy implemented by SecurityManager. Therefore an RMI application should use the SecurityManager class or ...

3. Security Manger in RMI    coderanch.com

4. RMI - java.security issue    coderanch.com

5. RMI security problem    coderanch.com

6. RMI with Java 5 (Stubs + Security)    coderanch.com

Hello everybody! I am studying Java RMI right now and it appears there are some differences between 1.1, 1.4 and 5.0 RMI. For example, generating stub and skeleton files with *rmic* are no longer required - "all stub classes are generated automatically, using the proxy mechanism" (Core Java 7th edition vol.2). From my personal experiment with RMI, the client and server ...

7. head first RMI example (XP security ?)    coderanch.com

If you're familiar with the Head First RMI example... I've been able to get the RMI Head First code to work on a single machine. It works on a home network (both machines running XP Pro), but I can not get the code to work with XP at work. I have even gone so far as to completely turn off the ...

8. RMI problem - maybe security?    coderanch.com

Hi - I'm working through an OLD RMI example of a chat window, running from an applet and communicating back to the server (http://webmonkey.wired.com/webmonkey/97/28/index2a.html?tw=programming) and it runs fine on my own machine -- I can start up several different browser windows (using my sever IP address, not localhost), type in text, and see it show up on all the other chat ...

9. adding security to rmi    coderanch.com

11. no security manager rmi class loader disabled    coderanch.com

I was going through this tutorial http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/guide/rmi/hello/hello-world.html" target="_new" rel="nofollow">Example . I followed the tutorial and got proper output from client.java. But when I tried to run the program i am getting following exception no security manager rmi class loader disabled. I understand that we need to add security manager in our server class so i added the following code in my ...

12. no security manager: RMI class loader disabled    coderanch.com

Hi I have RMI application and now I try to invoke some methods at server from my client. I have following code: public static void main(final String[] args) { try { System.setSecurityManager(new RMISecurityManager()); IndicatorsService server = (IndicatorsService) Naming .lookup("rmi://localhost/" + IndicatorsService.SERVICE_NAME); DataProvider provider = new OHLCProvider(server); server.registerOHLCProvider(provider); } catch (MalformedURLException e) { e.printStackTrace(); } catch (RemoteException e) { e.printStackTrace(); } catch ...

13. 1st RMI implementation: where to place the security files?    forums.oracle.com

Thanks! One last question: imagine a user downloads a program that should work with security files... Do you bind together the security file with other files, in order to create the jar file? If not the user would also have to instal the security files... and download the jar file and the security file...I don't think this is very simple for ...

14. RMI Security Managing Problem    forums.oracle.com

1. The server doesn't need a security manager at all (unless you are uploading code from the client, which isn't likely in this early stage). 2. The security policy file has to be defined before you install the security manager. 3. See item A.1 in the RMI FAQ for why 192.* doesn't work in the client when there's a firewall in ...

15. RMI security issue    forums.oracle.com

I have tried to create a policy file using policytool /* AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED ON Thu Sep 21 11:50:10 CDT 2006*/ /* DO NOT EDIT */ grant { permission java.net.SocketPermission "lynx:2005", "accept, connect, listen, resolve"; }; and issue this command: java -cp . c4u.rmi.MachineName -J-Djava.security.policy=c4u/rmi/MachineName.policy assuming that my policy file is in that directory. And the result is the same. I have ...

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