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Download the WSDL, or get a local copy of it by some means, and run Axis off the local copy. There's no need to use a remote one.
Is this HTTP Basic authentication?
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
In your client you will need to add a few lines of code that set the username and password in the stub; should be 3 lines. Whether the supporting classes have been generated by Axis or some other tool should not make a difference. Why don't you post the code that is supposed to deal with authentication in your client.