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WSDL authentication in NWDS 7.0.14

Hi SDN,

In Webdynpro, I am consuming WSDL generated in XI System. During consumption in the webdynpro, I need to mention the XI userid and password i.e., authenticate the XI system to consume and execute the WSDL.

request._setUser(XIUsername);

request._setPassword(XIPassword);

This methods are available only in NWDS 7.0.0 and not in higher versions say 7.0.14. How to set authentication in higher versions. If anybody have done it..please share...

Thanks & Regards,

p188071

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2009 at 07:29 AM

    Hi,

    You can create a destination name for this XI webservice with user name and passowrd in visual administartor and while creating the adaptive webservice model you can use this destination name so that no need of setting user name and passowrd for this.

    You can create the destination in Visual Administrator in the following path..

    Under services >Destinations >Webservice

    Provide the URL of webservice,username and password.

    Hope this helps you..

    Regards,

    Saleem

    Edited by: Saleem Baig Mohammed on Jun 12, 2009 9:38 AM

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2009 at 07:29 AM

    Hi,

    Try

    wdContext.currentModelInputElemnet().modelObject()._setUserName();

    wdContext.currentModelInputElemnet().modelObject()._setPassword();

    Are you using AdaptiveWebServiceModel? or Depricated WebService Model?

    If you are using Adaptive , You can create the destination in VisualAdmin in the below location.

    VisualAdmin> Services> WebServiceClients-->DynamicWebServiceProxies

    Here in the destination you can configure the username, password, url..etc

    Regards,

    Charan

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