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java.net.Authenticator and setDefault()

Craig Dawson
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Joined: Dec 13, 2002
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How can the authenticator initially set using setDefault() be 'undone' or 'reset'. In my code I'd like to reset the authenticator to use a new set of credentials each time it's called but it keeps using the credentials that were used to create the initial authenticator. Any help out there?
 
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