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alain martin
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I'm searching how develop a web service with user and password soap headers.
I found this:
http://weblogs.asp.net/jdanforth/archive/2006/03/13/440116.aspx
But the web service cliente use SOAPHeaderElement class, and it won't run in non java clients.

Do you know how develop web service with soap headers and non java clients?

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I'd have thought that SOAP headers (which are standardized, after all) are supported in all SOAP libraries, whether Java or not. Doesn't the one you use?
 
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I read for add soap header in client to axis ws:


And In WSDL I don't see any special.



But in C# client by example I do:


Because in WSDL I have:
 
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I'm unfamiliar with dotnet, but this article seems to explain how to create SOAP headers.
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