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Quartz: How to avoid applet alerts???


Joined: Jun 02, 2008
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Hi All,

I have a http servlet in which I am configuring the quartz scheduler. I am loading the servlet on start up.

The following are the few lines of code in my servlet´┐Żs init() method for configuring the scheduler. But at the below mentioned point I am getting an applet alert on the tomcat console and also its printing some policy properties. Could some one help me in resolving this? How can I avoid these applet alerts, I am not using any applets in my application.

SimpleThreadPool threadPool = new SimpleThreadPool(5, hread.NORM_PRIORITY);
RAMJobStore ramJobStore = new RAMJobStore();
schedulerFactory = DirectSchedulerFactory.getInstance();

schedulerFactory.createScheduler("xmlScheduler","XmlQuartz",threadPool,ramJobStore); // At this point I am getting the alert with the message The applet is attempting to create new thread groups... with three buttons...Allow,Disallow and Stop Applet

Can anybody tell me the reason..Why an applet has come into picture?

Thanks in advance.....


[ UD: added "Quartz" to the subject ]
[ June 09, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
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Her first name is actually a valid Indian name. She must add a last name to complete it though.
Ulf Dittmer

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Moving to the Other Open Source Projects forum, where Quartz is discussed.
Annu Vinayak

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Has anyone found something on this? I am getting similar alerts while using ehcache in a spring hibernate project. Please help!
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