One more thing... If you have error logging set up, the error log normally
will have a better description of the error.

On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 2:11 AM Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Using Scott Klement's slide show presentation as a guide, I have added a
web services DIY entry to an existing and functioning Apache server on
the iSeries. This includes adding a ScriptAlias for "states" and a
<Directory> entry with "Allow from all" to the config file.

The message I am getting is "


Forbidden

Forbidden - by rule.

You do not have permission to access /states on this server."

which I believe is telling me it's there, it all may work, but I am not
logged on to the machine so don't have permission. So... how do I
either allow anyone, or ask for sign-on/password?

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