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was.policy file location in WSAD/WebSphere

 
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I have a security problem with the WebSphere test invironment of WSAD. We are trying to get our permissions from an external source through JAAS. We have extended javax.security.auth.Policy, where we connect to our Authentication and Authorization Service to retrieve the permissions for a Subject. This works quite well.
However the Websphere testserver in WSAD is set default to get java.security.AllPermissions. This is done in the file server.policy. So it doesn't matter if the subject has any permissions at all, the default setting in server.policy gives it AllPermissions.
We removed the grant for AllPermission from the server.policy and created a was.policy with the necessary permissions and put it in cells/<cellname>/applications/<earfilename>/deployments/<applicationname>/META-INF/ (like is was explained in the help). But it doesn't matter where I put the was.policy file, it seems that the server can't find it or doesn't read it.
Is anybody familiar with the was.policy files in the WSAD testenvironment and where to put them?
 
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It should be under .ear/META-INF/was.policy
 
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