Web Services Return 403 - weblogic.developer.interest.webservices.general(Archived)

I am porting a web service from WLS 8.1 to 10.0. It deploys okay, but when I try to link to the WSDL using links found in the console's 'test' section I get a 403. The entire endpoint reference looks fine.
Does anyone know why I should be getting this error?

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HTTP 403 forbidden access, servicegen

has any one come across HTTP 403 forbidden access while trying to access a webservice
. deployed using servicegen in WLS7.0 ?
I could deploy another web application on the same server,it works fine ..
Hi,
Normally, the 403 is sent back to the client if the file exists but is not
world-readable, however in this case it sounds like something went wrong with the
webservice deployment, however without more details this is just speculation.
Could you check your server log and post any errors.
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Chand wrote:
has any one come across HTTP 403 forbidden access while trying to access a webservice
. deployed using servicegen in WLS7.0 ?
I could deploy another web application on the same server,it works fine ..
The server will also send back a 403 if you have specified 'https' as the
protocol, but are trying to access it via 'http'.
-Pete

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