403 on /nl/jsp/soaprouter.jsp in ACC 9032.10 on login using 443 apache port

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30-07-2020

With App server direct 8080 port its working fine.

With Apache port link in console "https://dcmidavgcf0068.epga.nam.gm.com:443" getting Error "403 on /nl/jsp/soaprouter.jsp"

Loginerror.png

In upgrade steps its told that 

Please consider adding a <urlPermission/> record in serverconf.xml.

 

I added below entries into URL permissions section of /usr/local/neolane/nl6/conf/serverConf.xml and restarted the apache and neolane services but it did not resolved the issue. 

 

<urlPermission action="" debugTrace="false">

<!-- URL mask dnsSuffix : Domain name, or domain parent, concerned by the URL urlRegEx : Regular expression to refine validating URLs belonging to this domain -->

<url dnsSuffix="dcmidavgcf0068.epga.nam.gm.com" urlRegEx=".*"/>

<url dnsSuffix="dcwndavgcf0001.epg.nam.gm.com" urlRegEx=".*"/>

<url dnsSuffix="campaign-dev.gm.com" urlRegEx=".*"/>

</urlPermission>

 

I also gave 755 permission to all files under  /usr/local/neolane/nl6. 

 

any help ?

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03-08-2020

To Solve 403 Forbiddon Error Error

 

/etc/httpd/conf

Login as root

 

Change conf.

 

From

<Directory />

    AllowOverride none

    Require all denied

</Directory>

 

 

To

 

<Directory />

    AllowOverride All

    Require all granted

</Directory>

 

Restart Apache

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30-07-2020

Hi,

 

Change Apache's conf to Allow all instead of Deny for /.

https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/mod/mod_access_compat.html

 

Thanks,

-Jon