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How to store authentication credentials for legacy systems on WebSphere?

 
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I need to store authentication credentials for legacy systems on WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment 6.1. These legacy systems are accessed using an HTTP interface, but it's not a Web Service. The idea is to query these credentials using JNDI (or some other mechanism) and then use it to authenticate in the legacy system. There is a J2EE (or exclusive WebSphere) resource to accomplish that?
 
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