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From Gabriel Bucher <gabriel.buc...@razor.ch>
Subject Re: adding Blocks to James
Date Sun, 21 Oct 2001 16:49:01 GMT
Peter Romianowski wrote:
> Hi Buchi,
> 
> I took a first look into your proposal and it's pretty much the same I
> intended to do and it looks really promising. Later on I will go deeper and
> try it out.
> But it really saved a lot of work (at least for me) so I can concentrate on
> writing the webadmin-interface.
I have the same idea! I already started to write a webadmin-interface 
based on struts! I'm just at the beginning!
What is your primary idea?!?

Cheers,
Buchi
> I think why I was running into problems is because I tried to write an
> independent block, which was not that integrated in james (like yours). I
> have to say that I'm not that experienced with avalon/phoenix so that I
> really appreciate your approach and work. I hope the james guys like it too
> and integrate it into james.
> 
> Later on more about that,
> 
> thanks,
> pero
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gabriel Bucher [mailto:gabriel.bucher@razor.ch]
> Sent: Sunday, October 21, 2001 2:40 PM
> To: james-dev@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: Re: adding Blocks to James
> 
> 
> Hi Pero,
> 
> I started around 3 month ago an implementation of a rmi-based
> admin-interface. I posted today a new proposal!
> I had never problems like you described!
> Please check out what I have done and im really interesting in feedback.
> 
> Thanks,
> Buchi
> 
> pero wrote:
>  > Hi,
>  >
>  > I'm trying to implement a RMI-based admin-interface for James. Therefor I
>  > wrote a new Block called 'JamesRMIServer'. Now I am trying to add
> this thing
>  > to james. I managed it to include it into the james.sar-file and it is
>  > executing fine (the JamesRMIManager has access to all important
>  > James-Resources like Userstore etc.) But when I try to bind the class
> to the
>  > RMI-Naming-Service (with Naming.rebind("//localhost/JamesRMIServer",
>  > this); ) the SecurityManager denies to connect to the RMI-Port (1099).
>  > Running the thing from command-line works fine.
>  > After looking into the james-server.xml I found the
> policy-constraints which
>  > say that every block should have full access. But, actually this is
> not the
>  > case.
>  >
>  > Has anybody written a working RMI-interface for james? And how can I
> bundle
>  > my Block without adding it to the james.sar-file? Or should I write the
>  > JamesRMIServer within the james-package making it a part of james?
>  >
>  > confused,
>  > pero
>  >
>  >
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