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Re: [jetty-users] Multiple policy files

M1 does not have the built in policy file support (along with a
jetty.policy file of its own), that came in version RC4 or RC5 I

running jetty with the system manager and policies in place will
involve setting up a lot of properties, or just update to
jetty-7.0.0.RC5 or 7.0.0.RC6-SNAPSHOT for the latest work in that area
as I have been busy on those bits of the system recently..

a stacktrace would be helpful as well


jesse mcconnell

On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 05:44, Kjell Tillstrand <kjell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hej,
> I'm trying to set up jspwiki on a jetty-7.0.0.M1 instance. The problem
> I'm having is that when i enable the default java security manager and
> point the policy file system property to jspwiki's I get a
> java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError.
> I gather that I must load jetty's policy settings somehow but I can't
> find a way to do it. Any idead?
> Kind Regards
> Kjell Tillstrand
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