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Policy file permission for using jforum

 
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Sir,
I thank you giving such a nice product for free. I'm using your product(JForum) in my website. I'm running my tomcat 5.5 using catalina security policy file. When I start my server using

sh catalina.sh start -security


Now I set the permission as follow

But Still I'm getting error

The forum Webpage is http://www.100pulse.com/forum/forums/list.page
I got the bellow error

Thanks
[originally posted on jforum.net by vinoth]
 
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I got the ans from
http://hiox.org/index.php?id=1358
The reason is we have to set security permission. That will be listed in the above link.
[originally posted on jforum.net by vinoth]
 
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