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Old 30th October 2012, 14:32
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Default ISPConfig API - Soap Error: Forbidden


I've configured 2 servers following this guide:

And on both servers I've the same issue: I cannot use the ISPConfig API.
I got the same error: "Soap Error: Forbidden"

It is not a privileges issue with the remote user, but it seems to be an HTTP error (probably a 403).

The weird thing is that some functions works, like 'mail_user_get' but some other not, like 'client_get_id' (even with a remote user with ALL privileges).

The "Forbidden" error is a real PHP Exception, it doesn't come from any functions in 'remoting.inc.php' or 'remoting_lib.inc.php'.

So my guess is that it is a permissions issue on a file or URL, but I cannot find where ...

How can I figure it out which file or url is "forbidden" ?

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