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27 09 2014
SOAP request in Spring 4: Add Header to SOAP message | Looks OK!

[…] Spring ‘Convention over configuration‘ routine makes it easy to implement basic use cases. But when it comes to advanced configuration, sometimes it becomes nightmare or at least a difficulty :) (see post about authenticating SOAP requests). […]

15 04 2016

Thank you so much, you saved me, I seach all over the web and nothing helps but you. :D

22 06 2016

Thank you!

17 01 2017


1 09 2017
Sathish Kumarbt

This is one time configuration..What to do if i want add username and password for every http connection dynamically

1 11 2018
david lopes

your tutorial save lots of time looking around on the internet. The most interesting thing is spring has UsernameAndPassword credentials, but it does not work in my context. But your idea works like a charm. Thxx!

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