Web Service with SOAP Header Authentication

Posted on 2006-03-31
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Hello -

Been developing Web Apps for a while but am fairly new to Web Services.  I've sucessfully used them but now must use one that requires authentication.  Can someone please provide a VB.Net page example (start to finish) to set set up pre-registered Web service and authenticate?

Thanks in advance
Question by:goknows

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    anyone? Please help!
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    Hopefully, someone will have an answer on Monday.  I think a lot of people don't answer on the weekends.  (Others, of course, answer primarily on weekends.)  I'd like to see this answer, too.  I've wondered often, but I haven't yet had the need.

    In the meantime, a quick search revealed:

    Securing XML Web Services Created Using ASP.NET

    How to: Perform Custom Authentication Using SOAP Headers

    Stepping up a level or two in the navigation tree from those has a lot of other info related to ASP.NET 2.0 web services and SOAP.

    [ All based on this Google search:
    So there's lots more there, too.]
    This might be useful, too:
    SOAP Header Authentication and Visual Basic

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