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I am running Weblogic 9.2 (weblogic.home=C:/bea/weblogic92). When I try to do my an Ant deployment I continue to get the error.  Everything was working fine, I tried to updated WLS to  10.3 and ran into this problem. Now I am trying to convert back and cannot do the deployment now. Any suggestions or ideas would be greatly appreciaited.
C:\workspace\FVO\build.xml:403: weblogic.Deployer$DeployerException: weblogic.deploy.api.tools.deployer.DeployerException: Unable to connect to 't3://127.0.0.1:7001': invalid type code: 31. Ensure the url represents a running admin server and that the credentials are correct. If using http protocol, tunneling must be enabled on the admin server.

I have tried numerous things.

I can ping the server at 127.0.0.1, the weblogic console runs just fine. The console works as 127.0.0.2 or as localhost.

Enable Tunneling is checked

I have supplied my .properties example below

build_local.properties file and deployment script

weblogic.home=C:/bea/weblogic92
#weblogic.home=C:/bea/wlserver_10.3
weblogic.userid=weblogic
weblogic.password=weblogic
verbose="true"
#weblogic.adminurl=http://localhost:7001
weblogic.adminurl=t3://127.0.0.1:7001
weblogic.server=examplesServer



Deplyment

	<target name="deploy" description="Deploy exploded web application">		
		<echo message="Deploying exploded web application" level="verbose" />
		
		<!--  <echo> target ${weblogic.server}</echo>
		<echo> source ${build.fvowar} </echo> -->
		
		<wldeploy action="deploy"
			source="${build.fvowar}" name="${appName}"
			user="${weblogic.userid}" password="${weblogic.password}" verbose="true" adminurl="${weblogic.adminurl}"
			debug="true" targets="${weblogic.server}" />
	</target>

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Try using a different jdk - if using 1.6 try 1.5, if using 1.5 try 1.6
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Maybe you should add this to the bea weblogic zone as well.
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by:teamsport
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Thank you very much - sometimes we forget to try the obvious things when in a rush. Changing back to a later version of the JRE solved this problem.

Thanks Much
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