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Web Services HTTP basic authentication - how??

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  • Web Services HTTP basic authentication - how??

    Hi everyone,

    I have created a channel with an LLP listener and a SOAP Sender.

    I am attempting to connect via web services to a system that uses HTTP BASIC authentication. How is this header information passed to the web service?

    Thanks!

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    Re:Web Services HTTP basic authentication - how??

    Use the http://useraname[email protected]/path syntax

    This must be used both in the wsdl dir (to get the WSDL) text box and in the post box (the one that is generated from once the WSDL is loaded)

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      Re:Web Services HTTP basic authentication - how??

      I'm not sure what that meant, Alberto, but I did use the user name and pword with the URL for the endpoint (as you suggest) and it did work.
      Thanks for the reply.

      Now I need to figure out how to pass my variables into the soap envelope!

      Thanks again.

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      • #4
        Re:Web Services HTTP basic authentication - how??

        I also see now that the text sent in the email for your posting posting shows up correctly, but because of the emoticon coding, it was garbled on the message board.

        Anyway, thanks again!

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