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Hi again

Update: Looks like I'm having troubles getting the org.eclipse.equinox.security.auth/loginConfigName property set. I do it the same way as in the example via the ini-file reference in plugin.xml but it doesn't seem to get read. I've also failed setting it at runtime so far.

Arthur


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Von: Arthur van Dorp 
Gesendet: Montag, 3. September 2007 09:55
An: 'equinox-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx'
Betreff: [sec] Using JAAS framework: "Could not locate JAAS Configuration"

Hi all

I'm trying to use the JAAS framework of the Equinox Security project (http://www.eclipse.org/equinox/incubator/security/) in another project. I've successfully built and run the provided unit tests and the sample program, but I fail when trying to use it in another bundle. It fails to find the JAAS configuration:

03.09.2007 08:38:00 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.security.auth.ConfigurationFederator getAppConfigurationEntry Could not locate JAAS Configuration with name "", verify that the configuration exists and is non-empty
03.09.2007 08:38:00 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.security.auth.ConfigurationFederator getAppConfigurationEntry Could not locate JAAS Configuration with name "other", verify that the configuration exists and is non-empty
javax.security.auth.login.LoginException: No LoginModules configured for 

The security properties are set in the start() method of the Activator:

Security.setProperty("login.configuration.provider", "org.eclipse.equinox.security.boot.auth.ConfigurationProvider");
Security.setProperty("login.config.url.1", 
  context.getBundle().getEntry("/data/jaas_config.xml").toExternalForm());						

This should be ok because
System.out.println(Platform.resolve(context.getBundle().getEntry("/data/jaas_config.xml")));
returns the correct full path to the configuration file.

What doesn't seem ok is that neither SecurePlatform nor the loginContext return a ConfigurationName:
System.out.println(SecurePlatform.getConfigurationName());
System.out.println(SecurePlatform.getLoginContext().getConfigurationName());
Both lines remain empty.

I'm sure I'm missing something obvious here. Debugging isn't helped by the fact that I'm both an OSGi and a JAAS newbie. One difference to the sample program is that I implement org.osgi.framework.BundleActivator and not org.eclipse.core.runtime.IPlatformRunnable.

Any ideas are very much appreciated.

Thanks

Arthur