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I guess what he meant was the Netbeans IDE does not generate the stub which includes handling the Authentication. Let me explain a bit. I'm having the same issue currently.
I'm trying to consume a web service created in .NET which needs SOAP authentication. Here is a link to the webservice.
The part that you would be most interested is this:
When consuming the web service using the instuctions given here under the sections "Creating Proxy in Java" and "Write code in Java to call web service" fails because we are not able to add the authentication part in the code.
When automatically generating the code in Netbeans it gives us this:
At the least when I use JAX-WS method, I get a class called SoapAuthenticationHeader in which I can set the username and password. But I'm not able to bind it with the service or port objects.
I do not have this option in JAX-RPC method.
Any inputs on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for your time.