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How to send the id/pass through the soap header ?

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How to send the id/pass through the soap header ?
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by:manuel_m
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I think that is what you are searching for:
http://www.oracle.com/technology/sample_code/tech/java/codesnippet/webservices/soapheader/index.html

If it is not, please specify your problem.

manuel
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ah, one minute too late :D
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I am doing  some other way ...

i am using the  Call object of axis.  ....its auto generated code piece found in the Stub class.

org.apache.axis.client.Call _call = createCall();

_call  has setProperty  method where i plug in the id/pass and it works fine !

In fact , I have not tested the code snippet by yours and i am not sure whether i should award the points for the untested code snippets sent by you guys.

please throw your comments and let me finalize the status.

I would  prefer  to  close the question and refund the points  if there  is no objection.

thanks
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CEHJ sent you a link to a code listing and I sent you the link to the page where the code listing can be found... But he was first :-)

I think you should claim refund the points because you found an other solution than provided.

manuel
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Ok...i am closing this question with a refund points request.


I am posting my findings ..

(1) use  WSDL2java of axis to generate stubs .....now , you look at the stub class .....you might see  your business methods there ....for each business methods you will find a code like
org.apache.axis.client.Call _call = createCall(); ......dont worry ........these are all auto generated .

add setProperty  for the id/pass .to this _call object

(2)recompile the  whole code base again

now, whenever you call your business methods, id/pass will go to the service .

thanks
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