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login.config/mbean init issue

Stephanie, Smith

Joined: May 22, 2001
Posts: 12
I am creating my own custom mbean that is independent of JBoss

My sar files contains the appropriate login.config that I want to use and I have updated the jboss-services.xml file to define my mbean. I also define the DynamicLoginConfig service and my mbean depends on this.

If my mbean's constructor attempts to authenticate, it always fails with a LoginException: Missing file.

If I remove the authentication attempt from my constructor, and instead
attempt it later during one of my operation invocations, it all works fine.
IT finds the appropriate login.config and authenticates.

Should I be able to do this from my mbean's constructor?
Is there any way possible to get this to work?
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