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prmbeans.properties File Location

Hi,

I am using 6.2SP2 personal edition which is running in Tomcat.

I am not able to access clipboard from SMA, RequestorManagement getting below error message

"Access to the mBean operation/attribute RequestorManagement.RequestorDetails[java.lang.String] has been denied. "

So solution for this , I need to set "deny.RequestorManagement.Clipboard = true" in prmbeans.properties.However I am not able to find the file in /webapps/prweb/WEB-INF/classes.

Even I searched whole tomcat subfolder but didn't find it.

Can some one help me to sort out this.

 

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June 17, 2013 - 2:51pm

Hi I am also looking for a location of prmbean.properties file in PRPC 6.3 SP1

Pega
July 2, 2013 - 10:10am

If it is ear deployment, try looking in the prresources.jar(i dont exactly remember...). If it is war deployment try creating a file for u r self in classes directory of prweb and put your entries. Try reading the SMA reference guide. Very good information on that.

https://pdn.pega.com/documents/prpc-61-system-management-application-reference-guide

July 30, 2013 - 8:06pm
As per the directions given in documents/online help/PDN forms etc. for being able to see the clipboard of requestors on the SMA, I have updated the 'prmbeans.properties' file and kept it in the '..\tomcat\webapps\prweb\WEB-INF\classes' folder. However, even if I restart the server, I continue to get the following error upon trying to see the clipboard of requestors on the SMA:
 
Access to the MBean operation/attribute RequestorManagement.Clipboard[java.lang.String] has been denied. If you believe that you should have access to this operation or attribute, please check your MBean security settings or contact your System Administrator.
 
What can be the reason? As per the log, the MBeans security setting are not being read from the file but from a different source.
 
If needed, I can send the file and a screenshot of the startup log with the relevant portion highlighted. I am using version 6.2 SP2 personal edition.

December 27, 2013 - 11:43pm

I think you need to give access to the file, I created prmbeans.properties
and did chmod 777 prmbeans.properties , it worked for me ....