Oracle SB12c QuickTip: Fix HTTP 403 on calling SOAP/REST Proxy Services

New Oracle SOA QuickTip available: Solving 403 error occurring when testing Servicebus 12c proxies

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A few days ago, I faced a strange behaviour when I tried to test SOAP and REST services deployed to a fresh SOA Suite 12c (12.2.1.1) installation. Using SOAP UI for testing the services always gave me an response in a HTML format, which says “ Error 403 Forbidden“, like it is displayed in the screenshot below:

screen-shot-2017-01-29-at-15-04-03Going through all log files of the corresponding Managed Server, where Servicebus was installed to, I didn’t find any hint that even the request was delivered to the servers. The requests simply had no footprint in the access.log or the server’s diagnostics.log – which seemed to be very strange to me. Assuming that the behaviour might have been something to do with the security policies applied to the services, I disabled all security policies as a next step – without any success.

After testing the services successfully in another environment, it was quite clear to me…

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Über svenbernhardt

Sven Bernhardt is a leading SOA/BPM architect and works as a solution architect for OPITZ CONSULTING Deutschland GmbH―a German Oracle Platinum Partner. In his role, he follows his passion for designing and building future-oriented, robust enterprise applications based on pioneering technologies. Sven is involved in diverse, large SOA and BPM implementations, dealing with challenges in the areas of business process automation and enterprise application integration. He also has longtime experience as an SOA/BPM coach, trainer, developer, and architect. Sven is an Oracle ACE and a frequent speaker at numerous IT conferences.
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