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Java Client vs. .Net Webservice

Lars Hogsbro
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Joined: Apr 12, 2008
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Hi.

How can I call a .Net Webservice from a Java client when the
.Net webservice is using Integrated Windows authentication.
The Java Client and the .Net service are running in the same domain.
I think one can use either NTLM or Kerberos to be authenticated.
The question is how to get the credential information in the soap
header in the call to the webservice?

Has anyone here tried that?

Cheers
engilars
 
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