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Problem in mailing when java web server is started using jre of Java Development Kit

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Hi all,
i am developing an application in jsp, servlets. I have started my Java Web Server by this command
httpdnojre -javahome C:\jdk1.3
I am using jre of JDK 1.3 to start java web server instead of jre of java web server because i want to use HashMap class in my application. As HashMap.class is not included in rt.jar of javawebserver2.0's jre. After doing this i have developed the application. Everything works fine but as i need to insert mailing module in my application, problem started as mail cannot be sent. It gives me exception like this.
access denied ( resolve)
i have tried to discover the cause behind this and i found that as i am using jre of JDK to start java web server, it is giving me this exception. Then i closed java web server and start it once again using jre of java web server itself by giving command:
this way my mailing module works fine but my application doesnot run as i have mention above that it doesnot get HashMap class. Now i am confused what to do as my application are not running on (httpd) and i cannot send mail on (httpdnojre -javahome C:\jdk1.3). Please try to send me the solution as early as possible as i am helpless now.
Thank You.
Nilesh Soni

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