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RMI Security Exception: "Not a trusted class" pls pls help

Posted by lucas on February 07, 2002 at 1:52 AM

I've just started an HelloWorldlike aplication on a RMI servee-client model.

Using appletviewer works just fine (looking up on "//mydomain/myobject"). but when i use IExplorer for example it raises a sec exception:("Not a trusted class")
And I know why it raises it because when i try to Namin.lookup(...) the RMI sistem tries the following thing on the ObjectInputStream:
"protected final boolean enableResolveObject( boolean enable )"
that thows the error described above because I suppose the **_Stub.class is loaded remotely??? or why?

Please help, thank you.


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