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AXIS Receiver SOAP adapter required?

Hi,

I am using using the normal SOAP receiver adapter. While running the scenario, I get HTTP 401 Access denied error.

I am able to consume and run the wsdl using SoapUI. But while creating a project, it asks me to enter NT authentication credential credentials. On supplying the same, I am able to test the web service.

Does this mean that I would need to use the AXIS SOAP adapter on the receiver side and pass the NTLM authentication?

Please advise on how to confirm if Axis is required or not.

Thank you.

Radhika.

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    Oct 26, 2010 at 09:00 PM

    Hi Radhika,

    If the server requires NTLM, you will need the axis adapter. Is the security policy specified in the WSDL? I am wondering how your client figured out that it must use NTLM.

    Regards, Yza

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      Thank you.. SOAP in axis mode worked..

      Yza,

      I figured out while using SoapUI. The first time I consume the wsdl, I get popup asking me to enter NT user id and pwd.

      Thank you.

  • Oct 23, 2010 at 09:04 PM

    > Does this mean that I would need to use the AXIS SOAP adapter on the receiver side and pass the NTLM authentication?

    NTLM is not supported by standard SOAP adapter.

    But it should be possible to provide authorization for a technical user without domain in receiving webservice.

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