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NAME

policyeditor – view and modify security policy settings for javaws and
the browser plugin

SYNOPSIS

policyeditor
policyeditor [-file] policy_file [-codebase] url

DESCRIPTION

policyeditor is a GUI application with small command line support to
view and edit applet security policy settings used by the IcedTea-Web
implementation of javaws and the browser plugin. It is intended as a
simpler, easier to use, and more accessible alternative to the standard
JDK Policy Tool. Administrators and power users who need fine grained
control over policy files should probably use Policy Tool instead of
PolicyEditor.

If executed without any arguments, no file is opened, and saving the
file will result in a prompt on where to save it. Otherwise, if a file
path is given as a command line argument, then that file path will be
opened and parsed as policy file.

OPTIONS

-codebase url
Specifies an applet codebase URL. If the specified codebase
already exists in the policy file (if any), then it will be
selected when the editor opens. If it is a new codebase
then it will be added and selected. Multiple URLs may also
be given with a single -codebase flag by separating them
with spaces. In this case, the last codebase given will be
selected, and all will be added. If this flag is given
more than once, only the first is used.(Expected one or
more arguments)

-defaultfile
Specifies that the default user-level policy file should be
opened. This is the file which is normally used by IcedTea-
Web to make decisions about custom policies and permissions
for applets at runtime, unless configured otherwise.(No
argument expected)

-file policy_file
Specifies a policy file path to open. If exactly one argu‐
ment is given, and it is not this flag, it is interpreted
as a file path to open, as if this flag was given first.
This flag exists mostly for compatibility with Policy Tool,
but is also needed when opening a policy file and also
using the -codebase flag.(Exactly one argument expected)

-help Prints out information about supported command and basic
usage.(No argument expected)

-verbose Enable verbose output.(No argument expected)

EXAMPLES
policyeditor
Show the GUI editor with no file opened.

policyeditor -file $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/icedtea-web/security/java.policy
Show GUI and opens the default policy file.

FILES
$XDG_CACHE_HOME/icedtea-web/cache/recently_used
Additional information about items in cache

$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/icedtea-web/security/java.policy
Contains granted permissions for selected unsigned apps.
Controlled by deployment.user.security.policy

Where $XDG_CONFIG_DIR, $XDG_CACHE_DIR and $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR are set as
~/.config, ~/.cache and /tmp or /var/tmp if not set.

BUGS

There aren’t any known bugs. If you come across one, please file it at:
http://icedtea.classpath.org/wiki/IcedTea-Web#Filing_bugs
http://icedtea.classpath.org/bugzilla

Please run in debug (-verbose switch or itw-settings setting or
ICEDTEAPLUGIN_DEBUG variable set to true) mode and include that output
(best is from java console) with URL to jnlp or html file (or the
jnlp/html file or application itself) when filing out the bug report.

AUTHOR

Please run in debug (-verbose switch or itw-settings setting or
ICEDTEAPLUGIN_DEBUG variable set to true) mode and include that output
(best is from java console) with URL to jnlp or html file (or the
jnlp/html file or application itself) when filing out the bug report.

SEE ALSO

icedtea-web(1) javaws icedtea-web-plugin(1) itweb-settings poli‐
cyeditor policytool java

http://icedtea.classpath.org/wiki/IcedTea-Web
http://icedtea.classpath.org/hg/icedtea-web

icedtea-web (1.6.2-3ubuntu1) 16 Apr 2016 policyeditor

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