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(Java) Web Service Client & Authentication

Hi all,

I generated a WS client in my java project using the built-in functionality of the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio. When executing the application (a servlet) I can see that it is working as the web service returns a "401" (unauthorized).

Thus I wanted to pass a username / password along, but cannot find the correct place to do so.

Any idea where I need to look for that? At best I could set it on Java level, but I couldn't find any API to do so.

Thanks / Best regards,

Martin

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2009 at 08:01 AM

    Hi Martin

    It depends slightly on the AS Java version... If you have NW 7.1 you have to configure WS Logical Port for the web-service client. Logical Port's configuration allows to specify user/password for HTTP Basic authentication mode and other authentication/transport settings of the web-service client.

    You can do this (after you deployed your generated WS client on server) in NWA->SOA Configuration->Single Service Administration -> select the second tab with deployed WS clients, find your client, create new logical port if you do not see any default one, go to port's configuration -> authentication settings.

    Check also this docs:

    [Consuming a Web Service|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/24/d0ff2f5d872a468b4643e1fa740569/frameset.htm],

    [Web Service Clients Development|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/24/d0ff2f5d872a468b4643e1fa740569/frameset.htm]

    BR, Sergei

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