You need to include jboss/client/jbossmq-client.jar in
the classpath of the client.
Alternatively, do as the message says. Configure a
security manager on the client so the class can be
downloaded from the server.
Thanks, it working now... Im using Idea and somehow jbossmq-client.jar and log4j.jar didn't show in the local CLASSPATH for the project (did put in the Default CLASSPATH, hmm).
Well, since you're here :-) my question is - how do I configure a security manager on the client. I've been trying the following as VM parameter input:
... with no luck.
The "nosecurity.policy" (in jdk/jre/lib/security) file looks like this:
Am I in the right way... hmm, also I looked at the "rmisecurity" but didn't get the point...
Im asking because it would be nice to know, no? Im thinking about people accessing the MDB from another machine. Sorry, Im in the learning period know, so trash this message or give me a link, if its to trivial.
Thanks for your input.