Hi,



I have a web service, created and installed into the iSeries Integrated Web
Services Server.



I have a PC that is outside the DMZ and which has Apache on it. The Apache
server there was set up as a Reverse Proxy server that interfaces with the
Apache server running on the iSeries which is behind the DMZ.



Now.if I get on the local VPN, and test calling that web service by going
through the Reverse Proxy, I am able to connect to the Web Service fine and
pull my data back.



However, if I get out of the VPN (or get on another non-VPN connected PC)
and try to contact that Web Service via the Reverse Proxy server, what I get
back instead is an error telling me that the Soap request cannot be decoded,
which makes sense as the value it returns to me is NULL.



I am wondering if this is an authority issue on the iSeries/Apache server.or
possibly an authority issue between the Reverse Proxy Server and the Apache
server on the iSeries.



Honestly I'm at a loss as to what to do next on this to try to narrow down
the problem.



I am open to any and all suggestions or thoughts on this.



Thanks!



Shannon O'Donnell


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