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Changed was.policy to allow writing to file and didnt work

 
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Even after writing a was.policy to I get the following error.


************************************************************************
SecurityManag W SECJ0314W: Current Java 2 Security policy reported a potential violation of Java 2 Security Permission. Please refer to Problem Determination Guide for further information.

Permission:

myfile.ser : access denied (java.io.FilePermission myfile.ser write)

**************************************************************************


I have the following in my was.policy

grant codeBase "file:${application}" {
permission java.io.FilePermission "<>", "read, write, delete, execute";
};

Is the was.policy file okay ?
 
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