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problem when accessing the webservice - how to bypass the proxy

Hi ,

I am calling a webservice from a portal component and i am getting an error saying , unauthorised access.

when i try to access the webservice through a url in the

browser,it is aksing me UserId and Password.

1.Is this beacuse of the proxy or http port ? If it is , how can i bypass this proxy from the portal component, if i know username and password.

2.Is there anyway that i can make the webservice avaiable, supressing that user authentication.

can anyone help me asap.

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2005 at 01:07 PM

    Hello Lakshmi,

    it is rearly bad behaviour to crosspost the same Question in 3 different forums:

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    Gregor

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    • Hi Lakshmi,

      if you don't have any proxy involved the Username/Password dialog is the basic authentication or your XI System. Have you tried to provide your XI Username and Password? There must also be a way to include this authentication data in the connection which will be made in your program.

      Regards

      Gregor

  • Posted on Aug 25, 2005 at 02:50 PM

    Hi Lakshmi,

    Are you calling an Abap or java Web Service.

    Hint :- Try to set the userid & psswd on the Logical port.Are you sure you have the right UME permission also to call the WS.Chk that also first.

    Rdgs,

    Guru

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 07:11 PM

    How I Create a Stub Connection?

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