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was.policy file & LDAPS

sumeet Jain
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Joined: May 25, 2006
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Hi All,

I have a problem how do I configure a external file to have permission to be read and written in my was.policy file ?
As I get an access denied error when ever my codes try to read this configuration file.

Also my second problem is has anyone used LDAPs .If yes then my current JNDI jar which is present in my classpath does not recognise ldaps url.
And my LDAP service provider only opens a secured connection on lDAps.Can I change my server jars so that it recognises ldaps URLS ?Will it give me unwanted implication in webspheres functionality by changing this jar .Also giving me permission so that I can read and open an socket connection to this ldaps ip.

Any help on the above topic would be great.

Thanx,
Sumeet
 
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