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Mark Spritzler
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In my solution, I am not using the RMISecurityManager. I am using a policy file in the command line, and the policy file is set to allPermissions. Is this OK?
Also, I am not using a codebase, as I have an executable jar file. Is this OK?
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Ian B Anderson
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Hello,
Now this is just a thought and nobody else may have encountered it but... When I developed my assignment I used Win 2000 and jdk1.3.1_01 I tested it without using a codebase and it worked fine. However when I tested it on NT machines at work it gave me Stub not found errors yet when I specified the codebase it worked fine on both NT and Win 2000.
Hope this helps
Ian


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