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Hello guys,

I have written a small feedreader application using the sun taglib. It is working fine with tomcat 5.x. But when i deploy it on Sun Application Server 7, it gives me the following 403 error message.



Can anybody help me out with any solution to this problem, i think the application does not have any bug in it as it is working with Tomcat very well. Are there any settings to be made within Sun Application server ? If there are then i am not sure about them....can any body help me out with this plz.


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More information on what is happening.........

Here is my code for reading the RSS feed, I am using ROME for this....


This is a simple example given in every doc of ROME at java.net. and am getting the above message....No Idea y this is happening, again, this same code is working in Tomcat.
 
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"Harish T",

Your display name is no longer valid. I believe it used to be "Harish Tamboskar".

Please change it back prior to your next post.

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