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From "Stefan Podkowinski" <>
Subject Re: Problems running Trinidad in Tomcat with file permission restrictions for writing
Date Fri, 17 Nov 2006 20:41:04 GMT
Hello Siarhei --

Without an actual error message its really hard to tell what could
solve the described issue. You have a stacktrace or something? "doesnt
work" is not enough.

On 11/16/06, Siarhei Berdachuk <> wrote:
> Hello
> I have same problems on the my web hosting (Godaddy).
> There is file permission restrictions for writing from java.
> I'm build trinidad examples from sources, they works fine on my local host
> (Windows XP, Tomcat 5.0.28, j2sdk 1.5.0_7) but when I try deploy them to
> godaddy
> java enabled Linux hosting (Linux, Tomcat 5.0.27, 1.5.0_06-b05), this
> examples not works.
> Hosting server configuration:
> Then I'm deployd Tomcat jsp examles there and they are works fine:
> I found article:
> where described about some file permission restrictions for writing and
> possible problem in Log4j.
> Part from it: "In retrospect, this is fairly obvious since all users on
> the shared server run under the same Java virtual machine instance.
> Tomcat and Java just do not have the fine-grained ability to assigned
> directory-based permissions in such as configuration."
> I like trinidad components, but can not use them on my hosting for new
> projects :(
> May be somebody have solution for how resolve this problem.
> Thank you,
> Siarhei Berdachuk

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