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No method permissions assigned to method=create, interface=LOCALHOME

 
Michael Wiezik
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Hi,
I get the following exception:
java.lang.SecurityException: No method permissions assigned to method=create, interface=LOCALHOME
when I try to access webservice via AXIS. Did anybody have the same problem?
Here are the details:
1. Webservice is a stateless session bean.
2. I'm using Jboss + xdoclet.
3. My application has it's security realm, but this webservice can be accessed by unathenticated users (unchecked="true" for the whole bean).
4. I've alredy added an unathenticetedIdentity to login-config.xml
Thnx for any clues.
 
Tim Cockle
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I have the same problem using JBoss and middlegen and Xdoclet.
Did you solve the problem?

Thanks,

Tim
 
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