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(New page: {{ScoutPage|cat=JAXWS-RT}} Authentication of webservice requests is not done by Serlvet filters, but webservice handlers instead. Scout provides the following authentication mechanism: * ...)
 
 
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This list is not complete, meaning that you can implement your own authentication mechanism.
 
This list is not complete, meaning that you can implement your own authentication mechanism.
  
An authentication handler knows how to extract credentials from within a request. In turn, it passes the requests's credentials to a configured credential validation strategy {{ScoutLink|JAXWS-RT|ICredentialValidationStrategy}} to be validated. This enables you to arbitrary combine an authentication mechanism with various credential validation strategies such as LDAP, database or config.ini.
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An authentication handler knows how to extract credentials from within a request. In turn, it passes the requests's credentials to a configured credential validation strategy ({{ScoutLink|JAXWS-RT|ICredentialValidationStrategy}}) to be validated. This enables you to arbitrary combine an authentication mechanism with a credential validation strategy such as LDAP, database or config.ini.

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Authentication of webservice requests is not done by Serlvet filters, but webservice handlers instead. Scout provides the following authentication mechanism:

This list is not complete, meaning that you can implement your own authentication mechanism.

An authentication handler knows how to extract credentials from within a request. In turn, it passes the requests's credentials to a configured credential validation strategy (ICredentialValidationStrategy) to be validated. This enables you to arbitrary combine an authentication mechanism with a credential validation strategy such as LDAP, database or config.ini.

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