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Setting temp directory location in ObjectDB

with no permission to write to the parent directory. can you please elaborate what exactly "Try running ObjectDB in a process with no permission to write to the parent directory". I did not undertand ... permission permission is blocked for the parent folder, won't ObjectDB locking method throw exceptions
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implies(arg0)

Method java.security.BasicPermission boolean implies(   Permission arg0 ) Parameters: arg0 -
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java.security.Guard

java.security Interface Guard Implementing Classes: BasicPermission, JDOPermission, Permission void checkGuard(Object arg0) Parameters: arg0 -
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JDOPermission(name, actions)

Constructor javax.jdo.spi.JDOPermission JDOPermission(   String name,   String actions ) Constructs a JDOPermission with the specified name and actions. The actions should be null; they are ignored. This constructor exists for use by the Policy object to instantiate new Permission objects
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JDOPermission.CLOSE_PERSISTENCE_MANAGER_FACTORY

Static Field javax.jdo.spi.JDOPermission JDOPermission CLOSE_PERSISTENCE_MANAGER_FACTORY An instance of JDOPermission to be used for closePersistenceManagerFactory permission checking. Since: JDO 1.0.1
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JDOPermission.GET_METADATA

Static Field javax.jdo.spi.JDOPermission JDOPermission GET_METADATA An instance of JDOPermission to be used for getMetadata permission checking. Since: JDO 1.0
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JDOPermission.MANAGE_METADATA

Static Field javax.jdo.spi.JDOPermission JDOPermission MANAGE_METADATA An instance of JDOPermission to be used for manageMetadata permission checking. Since: JDO 1.0.2
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JDOPermission.SET_STATE_MANAGER

Static Field javax.jdo.spi.JDOPermission JDOPermission SET_STATE_MANAGER An instance of JDOPermission to be used for setStateManager permission checking. Since: JDO 1.0
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java.io.Serializable

, ObjectState, OptimisticLockException, Permission, PersistenceContextType, PersistenceException
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LDAP and ObjectDB

Most applications manage users and permissions in the database but not in the configuration file. You can use ... and permissions using your own persistent objects in the database. The purpose of the user permissions in ... with his or her own application and databases) and not for managing users and permissions inside