Some of what you say here makes no sense Booth.

Typically you either have a web service (and test it with something like SoapUI) OR you have an HTTP server (and test it with a browser).

I think you are getting yourself mixed up and causing yourself more confusion.

Based on what you have said before, I suggest you forget the HTTP server bit and test your web service using the test option in the deployment wizard and/or using a tool like SoapUI.

Jon Paris

On Aug 24, 2018, at 5:37 PM, Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

This is painfully obtuse but I am gaining ground with it. I have an SQLRPGLE program that properly populates StOut. I have an HTTP server, an application server, and have deployed the web service. Now the error message is: Password is *NONE.:QWSERVICE

which surprised me. I expected to be asked to sign in, like I am asked when opening :2001/HTTPAdmin.

I am using IBM Web Administration for i.

On 8/23/2018 9:53 PM, Booth Martin wrote:
I am working on writing an SQLRPGLE program that will provide JSON data to a web service on an iSeries web application server. I am basing it on Scott Klement's YAJL examples.

I creating the web service application server the wizard advises

*Note*:The path must be a Web Archive file (WAR) application directory or a .war file.

Huh? where did this come from? I have not seen any mention of this anywhere, until now.

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