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From Andrew Martin <amar...@regenstrief.org>
Subject Re: WS client // basic http authentication (Axis 1.3)
Date Wed, 29 Aug 2007 12:06:46 GMT
I think you can supply the authentication username and password like this:
java.net.Authenticator.setDefault(
 new java.net.Authenticator()
 {
  protected java.net.PasswordAuthentication getPasswordAuthentication()
  {
   return new java.net.PasswordAuthentication(
    "username", "password".toCharArray()); // Use your name/password
  }
 }
);

I think that should work regardless of how you invoke the service (Call,
proxy, etc.).

Andrew

Andy Pahne wrote:
> 
> I discovered the Users guide and the code examples. They all use Call.
> But I find that a bit arkward, because then I'd have to deal with XSD
> types, return types and such things.
> 
> If I compare with
>>ClsVacancy result =
>>  service.getVacancy(rentalObjectID, checkIn, checkOut, ENVIRONMENT);
> that seems very complicated.
> 
> In the end, Axis generated all those objects like ClsVacancy for me and
> I hoped not to have to deal with XML/XSD/SOAP details.
> 
> Andy
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Andy Pahne schrieb:
>>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I am currently having my first experiences with web services and axis,
>> so this may be newbie questions.
>>
>> I generated a client from WSDL that consumes one of our partner's web
>> services. (I used EclipseWTP to do so, but that part was easy and
>> succeeded, I think). EclipseWTP currently uses Axis 1, so the exact
>> version is 1.3.0.
>>
>> I was playing around with a unit test:
>>
>>     public void testRawConnection_no_authentication() throws Exception {
>>
>>         // get Service
>>         PartnerWebServiceLocator locator = new
>> PartnerWebServiceLocator();
>>         PartnerWebServiceSoap service =
>> locator.getPartnerWebServiceSoap();
>>
>>
>>         try {
>>
>>             // Aufruf "under test"
>>             @SuppressWarnings("unused")
>>             ClsVacancy result =
>>                 service.getVacancy(rentalObjectID, checkIn, checkOut,
>> ENVIRONMENT);
>>
>>             fail("expected RemoteException was NOT thrown");
>>
>>         } catch (RemoteException expected) {
>>
>>             assertNotNull(expected);
>>             assertTrue(expected.getMessage().contains("Anonymous login
>> not allowed"));
>>
>>         }
>>
>>
>>     }
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> That test suceeds, because the Web Service is protected by basic http
>> authentication. But at least I am confident that I succesfully
>> connected to the service, because the recieved error message comes
>> from the remote system and not from Axis itself.
>>
>>
>> Here are my questions:
>>
>>
>> 1. Is it correct to obtain the service proxy like this:
>>
>>         // get Service
>>         PartnerWebServiceLocator locator = new
>> PartnerWebServiceLocator();
>>         PartnerWebServiceSoap service =
>> locator.getPartnerWebServiceSoap();
>>
>>
>>   I think it is correct, but can you confirm?
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> 2. And how do I use basic http authentication when I have a password
>> and a username?
>>    I googled around and found a code snippet that used the Call class
>> (Interface ?), but I am not sure if that is the correct direction. And
>> the snippet also was not complete. I did not find anything apropriate
>> in  the FAQ.
>>
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Andy Pahne
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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