CSNCurrent en:Java policy setting (Domino server)

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In order for the data exchange between CS4N and the Cryptshare WEB server to be carried out, a connection between the Domino server and the Cryptshare WEB server must be established. As an alternative to variant 1 with the JAR file, the "java.policy" file of the Domino server can also be adapted from CS4N version 2.11.2 onwards to achieve this goal.

Advantage:

It is no longer necessary to store a jar file on the Domino server and therefore, in the event of updates to CS4N, there is no need to replace this file or to restart the Domino server.

Disadvantage:

For domino server updates that affect the Java environment, the entries may have to be stored again.

The file java.policy in the directory "<Domino program directory>\\jvm\\lib\\security" must be adapted.

Afterwards, the Domino server must be restarted once. Insert the following lines:

java policy
// these permissions allow cryptshare to run without deploying the jar file to lib/ext
permission java.lang.RuntimePermission "getClassLoader";  
permission java.lang.RuntimePermission "setContextClassLoader";  
permission java.io.FilePermission "${java.home}/lib/-", "read";   
permission java.lang.reflect.ReflectPermission "suppressAccessChecks";

Example:

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