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SAAJ (Web Service Client) and Integrated windows Authentication

 
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Hello
I have build a web service client using SAAJ, the Web services is deployed on MS IIS. Every thing seems to work fine, The problem appears when I apply directory security on the Web Service Directory. When I apply Basic authentication SAAJ manages to send the user name and password and it goes fine, but when I apply Integrated Windows Authentication, I always get a response Access is Denied.
I know we can authenticate the user credentials from NTLM from JAAS but here I am using a web services client.
My Question is How can we pass the user credentials through a web service client to the IIS when the directory security is Windows Integrated Authentication?
Any work around or the solution will be appreciated.
Thanks :-)
Syed Saulat
 
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