There's a new series of blog posts just starting which will be describing how fitting a specific, inflexible, MDM implementation style might cause problems, and how a more adaptive style of MDM could help. The first in the series starts off by reviewing the traditional MDM styles:
jtonline 110000B6Y8 Tags:  physical infosphere virtual virtual-mdm adaptive-mdm physical-mdm adaptive hybrid style mdm hybrid-mdm hub registry centralized best-practices 1,096 Visits
From an early MDM Workbench news site, the MDM Developers community has evolved and grown to a group of over 200 members, and it would be great to take a break from the usual posts and forum discussions to find out more about some of you with a quick blog interview. Whether you're a new member or a long term contributor, please say hi and tell us a little about yourself.
Feel free to leave a comment and answer any of the following questions that resonate with you, or add your own questions instead. This is just a casual blog interview and meant to be more like a real world conversation, rather than a formal resume or biography!
For fun, and a bit of encouragement, I have a few limited edition MDM Developer community stickers to give away!
Here are a few questions to get you started:
Update: Unfortunately no one replied in time to claim the ticket that prompted this blog post. Luckily if you're one of the first to reply, you could still get one of these, much more exclusive, MDM Developers stickers!
jaylimburn 2700028UUJ Tags:  mdm specs mdm-application-toolkit pim techtip bpm product mdmat 2 Comments 2,032 Visits
MDM Application Toolkit for Product Domain
I recently had to build a product bundling process for a demo using BPM and the MDM Application Toolkit(MDMAT). Having built many business processes over the past 2 years using data from InfoSphere MDM I realized this was going to be the first one I that I was to build against the product domain of the physical engine. Using the MDMAT against the Party domain is pretty darn easy and very quickly a rich process can be built that interacts with MDM's library of web services for many different types of processes. How useful would it be for me when operating against the Product Domain, especially when a good chunk of my data was stored in Product domain XML soft specs? Well I'm pleased to say it was also very straight forward. I've written some notes below that will hopefully allow others to also find it just as easy to use the MDMAT against the product domain.
The process was to execute a search against the MDM product domain using some pre defined criteria that would allow me to pull back all products that met a certain criteria. in this case it was to retrieve a list of products that were within the 'Mobile Phone' category of the 'Channels' hierarchy, were aimed at a 'Market Segment' that was 'Affluent' had an 'Effective Date' before today's date and an 'Expiry Date' that was after todays date. This would allow me to show currently active offers on the mobile channel for Affluent customers. The 'Market Segment', 'Effective Date' and 'Expiry Date' attributes were all stored as attributes within an XML spec called 'Offer Attributes'. In the search results that come back from MDM I also needed to pull out some additional attributes that were stored within another XML spec called 'Channel Mobile Phone', these attributes were named 'MobilePhoneHeadline' and 'MobilePhoneSalesText' All of this had to be built in a small amount of time AND display on a mobile device. Fortunatly I knew that with the MDMAT and BPM I at least had a chance of pulling this off pretty easily.
Whenever I build a business process I first start by defining the variables that I will need. Since BPM applications are data driven, I find it helpful to define the data upfront and then worry about wiring them into a process at a later stage. Using the MDM Workbench I exported my MDM WSDL and imported it into Process Designer. This gives me access to my MDM Product business objects within BPM, allowing me to easily construct a ProductSearchBobj object with the criteria I need to execute my search and also create a ProductSearchResultBObj object to hold the results that are returned from the search. In total I decided I needed 4 business objects:
With the objects defined I could move on to define my process flow. I created a very simple flow to suit the requirements as seen below:
I would first use the 'Configure Spec Search Criteria' node to execute a script to populate the ProductSearch object with the crieteria I needed. I would then configure the 'Retrieve all Offers' node to use the MDM Application Toolkits' Physical MDM Txn service to execute a search an return a list of ProductSearchResults objects. I figured that there would be some simple scripting required to extract the information I would need from the search results XML specs so I created a 'Populate Display Object' node to define a script that would allow me to extract the spec values from the XML and pass into the displayObject. the 'Display All Offers' coach then displays the list of displayObjects in a table and once a user has made a selection the 'View Offer Details' coach displays details for that offer.
With my objects defined and my process defined all I had to do was a little bit of scripting to firstly populate my search and then extract my search results to populate my displayObject. (I had already populated my MDMConnection object with my MDM server's credentials and configured the 'Retrieve all Offers' node to use the MDM Application Toolkit's Physical MDM TXn service to call an MDM 'searchProductInstance' service and pass in my ProductSearch object.)
Populating the Search
I wrote a simple script in my 'Configure Spec Search Criteria' object to pass in the search criteria. I wont include the full script here, but all I had to do was create an instance of a ProductSearch object and set the following attributes:
When passed into the 'Retrieve all Offers' node my search criteria successfully results in a list of products that I am interested in being returned as a list of ProductSearchResultBObj's within my ProductSearchResult object. The final stage is to extract the attributes I need from the results to populate my display Object.
Extracting the spec values and populating the display object
Up until now everything I had done was pretty similar to other processes I had built, this final piece was the most challenging, in that I had never extracted values from an XML spec before within a business process. Looking at my ProductSearchResults object I drilled down into the XMLSpec attribute and noticed that there were no attributes defined within it to store the spec values that were returned from my search. That is because the import of the WSDL into Process Designer can not recognize the type as XML. To solve this problem I manually created objects that represent the XML spec contents. I added a 'ChannelMobilePhone' object that contained two String attributes and also I added an 'OfferAttributes' object that contained three String attributes as per my MDM XML spec. I knew that the MDM Application Toolkit uses the name of the attribute to work out how to populate the object inside the process so by creating the attributes to match the XML spec they will be populated with the values from the XML spec. When I was done my XML spec object looked like this:
With my spec values now populated inside my ProductSearchResults object all that was left was to use a script to iterate through the results and populate my displayObject. This was pretty standard stuff, I just had to ensure I included plenty of null checks in the script but that was as complex as it got. On running my process the results were successfully returned from MDM and the spec values were added to the extra attributes I defined within my XMLSpec attribute. Finally the values from the XML spec were extracted and displayed in my coach screens.
This ended up being a bit of a longer blog post then I intended (sorry JT), but hopefully it will provide you a good starter in using the MDMAT for the product domain. I really enjoyed building this process (and writing this article) as it showed me how cool the MDMAT is for helping me to build MDM centric business processes. The ability to build processes against MDM and not worry about the connection and any complexity in calling MDM Web Services saves a huge amount of time and with a little bit of script I was able to leverage the value of MDM's XML specs. if you want more information drop me an email. I'd love to hear what you are doing.
Nic Townsend 2700051ED4 Tags:  logs bpm techtip mdmat logging mdm-application-toolkit 1,169 Visits
Changing log levels
jaylimburn 2700028UUJ Tags:  data-stewardship data-magazine governance workflow mdm 1,564 Visits
Rarely do I talk to a customer about MDM without the role of Workflow being discussed within the first 10 minutes. Correct usage of Workflow when interacting with Master Data is important both for an effective Data Stewardship strategy but also to ensure that Master Data is served up to lines of business in an organized manner. IBM InfoSphere MDM provides robust Workflow capabilities out of the box that can be utilized across many domains, addressing workflow requirements for master data stewardship and governance as well as enterprise wide consumption.
Recently IBM has published some excellent information to help you understand how you have utilize MDM Workflow to improve your master data quality and enhance your enterprise processes. Check out the links below to understand how MDM Workflow can help you and your business....
IBM developerWorks explains the MDM Workflow capabilities of the InfoSphere MDM platform to Ensterprize Architects:
IBM DataMag article explains how workflow with MDM can enhance your business processes:
vwilburn 100000F865 Tags:  glossary virtual-mdm mdm member-record record mdm11 hub entity mds operational-server physical-mdm initiate hybrid-mdm mdm-server terms 1,602 Visits
In Version 11 of InfoSphere MDM, some big changes happened. One change that might leave you scratching your head is the addition of new and changed terms for some familiar components. We also have a couple new components, so those might be unfamiliar too. Let's take a quick walk through the changed terms to get you started.
The first thing that you'll notice is an emphasis on capabilities rather than product names. You might not see these familiar product names anymore:
InfoSphere MDM Server
Initiate Master Data Service (MDS)
Other Initiate product names
Instead, you’ll see references to technical capabilities that those products achieve:
You might be wondering what exactly these technical capability terms mean. You can use virtual, physical, and hybrid MDM to manage your master data, whether you store that data in a distributed fashion, in a centralized repository, or in a combination of both.
The following definitions show the differences and the relationships among the technical capabilities:
The management of master data where master data is created in a distributed fashion on source systems and remains fragmented across those systems with a central "indexing" service.
The management of master data where master data is created in (or loaded into), stored in, and accessed from a central system.
The management of master data where a coexistence implementation style combines physical and virtual technologies.
Server and engine terms
Another new area that you’ll notice is a unified server, which is referred to by one common term:
The former InfoSphere MDM Server and the former Initiate Master Data Service are combined to share a single infrastructure in the application server. That single infrastructure is called the MDM operational server or operational server for short. The operational server is the software that provides services for managing and taking action on master data. The operational server includes the data models, business rules, and functions that support entity management, security, auditing, and event detection. For detailed descriptions and diagrams, see the architecture and concepts topic.
Records, member records, and entities
Finally, the concepts of entities and records were clarified:
A single unique object in the real world that is being mastered. Examples of an entity are a single person, single product, or single organization.
The storage representation of a row of data.
The representation of the entity as it is stored in individual source systems. Information for each member record is stored as a single record or a group of records across related database tables
Depending on your implementation style, these concepts reflect the technical capabilities of virtual, physical, and hybrid MDM. For example, an entity in virtual MDM is assembled dynamically based on the member records by using linkages and then is stored in the MDM database. Conversely, an entity in physical MDM is based on matching records from the source systems that are merged to form the single entity. For details, see the diagrams and definitions for these concepts.
I’ll leave a discussion of hybrid MDM to a future article. If you’d like to read some conceptual topics about hybrid MDM now, see its technical overview.
Some helpful links:
jtonline 110000B6Y8 Tags:  install techtip mdm prereqs installation dest mdm-workbench mdm11 9 Comments 7,076 Visits
If you've used previous versions of the workbench, one of the first changes you'll hit is that you no longer need to run the developer environment setup tool when you create a new workspace. In version 11, no projects need to be imported into the workspace, and you use the same installer to setup a local test server on your development machine as you would to install a production system.
Full development environment install
If you have a completely clean machine, the simplest way to get started is to use the workbench typical install. This will install DB2, Rational Application Developer, and WebSphere Application Server, along with MDM Server and the workbench, i.e. everything you need for a full development and test environment in one go. Here's how to get everything ready to run a typical install...
Firstly, you'll need to download all the typical install images. The following part numbers are required for a full MDM Workbench v11 typical install:
CIM6NEN, CIM6PEN, CIR9NML, CIR9PML, CIR9QML, CIR9RML, CIR9SML, CIR9TML, CIR9UML, CIR9VML, CIE5FML, CIE5GML, CIE5HML, CIE5IML, CI6XNML, CI6XPML, CI6XQML
Important: If you are about to install MDM but downloaded the install images before 17th October 2013, you must download the product refresh first.
Once you have all the install images downloaded, the contents must be extracted into a specific directory structure required by the typical install. You'll require a third party tool to extract the .tar.gz images on Windows if you don't already have one. For example, I use 7-Zip. Alternatively, Download Director includes an Unpack option:
After extracting all the install images, open the install launchpad, which you can find in the MDM\disk1 directory (there are 32 and 64 bit versions). The typical workbench install link is right at the bottom of the launchpad:
When the install starts, you should be able to click through all the panels without changing anything:
Make sure you confirm that the IVT tests pass at the end of the install and, if they did, you're ready to start developing for MDM v11!
Note: you should change the default passwords for user accounts created by the typical install.
Workbench only install
If you don't want a local server to test changes on, installing the workbench is much quicker, since DB2, WebSphere Application Server and the server install are not required. In this case, you'll only need the following part numbers:
CIM7CML, CIR9TML, CIR9UML, CIR9VML, CIE5FML, CIE5GML, CIE5HML, CIE5IML
The launchpad doesn't support this scenario, so you have to install Installation Manager manually, add the necessary repositories, then install Rational Application Developer and the workbench. The MDM Workbench v11 Installation video demonstrates this type of install.
Alternatively, you can use the Installation Manager command line to install Rational Application Developer and the workbench in one step. For example, assuming you extract the install images in the same structure as for a typical install:
imcl install com.ibm.rational.application.developer.v85 com.ibm.im.mdm.workbench -repositories "C:\Temp\RAD","C:\Temp\MDMWB" -acceptLicense -installationDirectory "C:\IBM\SDP" -properties cic.selector.arch=x86_64 -showProgress
Where imcl.exe can be found in the eclipse\tools directory under the Installation Manager install location.
A typical install is ideal for demos or evaluating MDM but to set up developer environments I would recommend installing manually. You'll also need to do this if the typical install does not support your environment. The following blog post describes the manual install process:
There is also a wiki page with an up-to-date* list of install related information.
(* Please update it if it's not up-to-date!)
Mike Cobbett 11000061J8 Tags:  mdm11 bpm dest osgi hybrid odm dfdl mdm mdm-workbench 2,250 Visits
MDM Workbench v11 is here !
With huge pride, we have just shipped the version eleven of MDM, including the new unified MDM Workbench v11. It's been nearly 2 years in the making, and represents the biggest change to the MDM tooling in recent years. In this article we outline these changes and give the reader familiar with previous MDM tools a gentle introduction to what they can expect when they get their hands on the new tools.
The main changes made for v11 workbench can broadly be categorized under the titles unification, simplification and integration.
Unification is a drive to combine the tools from the v10.1 standard edition (formerly Initiate tools) and the tools from the v10.1 advanced edition into a single set of tools which run in the same Rational Application Developer (RAD) environment. Where the tools were inconsistent, or overlap existed we adopted common approach to make sure both sets of tools work together in a unified tooling environment.
An example of unification: Consistent use of the perspectives, showing the new MDM development perspective.
We want all the tools to be simpler. We aim to cut the time it takes to get value out of the MDM platform; automating where possible to relieve solution developers of repetitive tasks and reducing the amount of knowledge needs to get something working.
Toward this goal the workbench has made these changes :
An example of the way version is simpler can be seen by comparing a version 10.1 workspace against a version 11 workspace:
"No man is an island" as the saying goes, and the same is true for products. MDM tools now play a wider role in enabling the ingestion and distribution of information in an MDM solution.
Enhancements in this area include:
For example: Our list of export wizards has been expanded to help push MDM metadata to more remote systems.
In summary, we hope you like the changes we've made to the tools, and hope you find that creating, configuring and developing an MDM solution is now quicker and easier than ever before.
For more detailed information, and a complete treatment of the MDM version 11 release, please refer to the information center for verson 11
Are you attending the IBM IMPACT conference this year?
If you are then be sure to check out the sessions covering MDM and BPM alignment.
The first session hosted by IBM MDM Product Manager Trey Anderson and entitled: Improving Business Processes by Aligning BPM and MDM will cover the value proposition of combing these two technologies and cover a series of easy to obtain business benefits from running a successful project.
The second session available to the IMPACT Inner Circle will be provided by IBM Senior Technical Staff Members Jay Limburn and Allen Chan. Entitled BPM and MDM Partnership and Futures, Jay and Allen will provide a technical overview of the capabilities that exist to be successful with a combined project and provide a high level overview of the latest features under consideration and would like to hear your feedback on these features.
Trey, Jay and Allen have been the driving force behind the integrated capabilities now available within IBM BPM and IBM InfoSphere MDM. Take the opportunity to meet with them at IMPACT and discuss your projects and how MDM and BPM alignment can help.
I mentioned in my developerWorks status at the middle of last year that I was working on a redbook on MDM and BPM integration. Well I am pleased to announce that this redbook has now finally been published!
The redbook titled : 'Aligning MDM and BPM for Master Data Governance, Stewardship and Enterprise processes' provides a detailed insight into the business benefits of running MDM and BPM projects side by side. It explains how combining the benefits of IBM InfoSphere MDM and IBM Business Process Manager to provide a platform for Master Data Governance and Stewardship, providing you with an industry leading capability to improve the quality of your data. The book also includes a step by step guide explaining how to build applications, leveraging the MDM Application Toolkit for rapid construction of MDM focused business processes. Finally the redbook covers and introduction to the next generation Data stewardship capabilities provided by the InfoSphere MDM platform. The book has been authored by and contributed to by a number of experts from across IBM around the world and should help give MDM and BPM projects a push on the road to success.
We'd love to hear what you think....
To avoid errors being produced in code generated from module models, the workbench validates the model contents. This post summarises the naming constraints that must be observed in the model to avoid validation errors. This is not intended to be a complete list of constraints but if there are any others that you think are worth being aware of up front, please leave a comment.
The entity name must,
The entity name must not,
Database table name:
The database table name must,
The entity attribute name must,
The entity attribute name must not,
Entity field name:
The entity field name must,
The entity field name must not,
Database field name:The database field name must,
The database field name must not,
The code table name must,
The entity name must not,
Database table name:
The database table name must;
Code Table Attribute
The code table attribute name must,
The code table attribute name must not,
Database field name:
The database field name must,
The database field name must not,
Transient Data Object (TDO)
The TDO name must,
The TDO name must not,
Transient Data Object attribute
The TDO attribute name must,
The TDO attribute name must not,
The transaction name must,
The folder name must,
The folder name must not,
Hub base name:
The hub base name must,
The hub base name must not,
Details on valid Java identifiers can be found in sections 3.8 and 3.9 of the Java language specification however, due to the other naming constraints imposed in the model, the only extra restriction is the use of any of the following reserved words-
The name must not,
You must have faced quite a good amount of code generation issues if you are working on MDM Server v8 or v8.5. One of the main problems that I have faced was whenever we do not have a hold on the OOTB code generation technique. Say if you need to have OOTB TCRMOrgnaizationSearch/TCRMContractSearch as one of the input for the custom business proxy. MDMServer v8.5 does not expose the objects that are not persisted . Even if you provide the MDM entity details in the reference.mdmxmi in the parent project, it result us with error:-
Errors logged during code generation
Errors occurred during execution
Error executing tag handler: java.lang.NullPointerException
Another problem which we face is, MDM does not support the Transient Object code generation in v8 or 8.5 Hence we have land up with no other option other than to create an Entity, its corresponding classes and will not be persisted. It would be used as a wrapper object. Therefore, your project may have unnecessary files which you may not use in MDM framework.
By this approach it helps the developer to have a strong hold on how your service description should be by writing your own WSDL and generating the java code based on the definition in the WSDL. Definitely, this approach would be challenging as it will not be as simple as clicking the Generate Code in the MDM Model Editor
RAD : 18.104.22.168
MDM : MDM Server v 8.5
WAS : v6.1
Creating Top-Down Web Service
Web services can be created using two methods: top-down development and bottom-up development. Top-down Web services development involves creating a Web service from a WSDL file.
When creating a Web service using a top-down approach, first you design the implementation of the Web service by creating a WSDL file. You can do this using the WSDL Editor. You can then use the Web services wizard to create the Web service and skeleton Java™ classes to which you can add the required code.
Although bottom-up Web service development may be faster and easier, the top-down approach is the recommended way of creating a Web service. By creating the WSDL file first you will ultimately have more control over the Web service, and can eliminate interoperability issues that may arise when creating a Web service using the bottom-up method.
The tools that help to generate the web service artifacts are WSDL2JAVA.bat and JAVA2WSDL.bat.
WSDL2JAVA generates the web service skeletons and the deployment descriptor templates against a WSDL. This is used for the top down approach
JAVA2WSDL generates WSDL from the Java class. This is used for bottom up approach.
This document helps you to create a top to down EJB implementation of Web Service for MDM services. It is quite simple to develop a web service with the help of Web Service editor that is available with the RAD.
By the end of this document, you will be able to create an ejb web service implementation from WSDL to invoke MDM services.
Note: We need to have manual effort to bring up the web service project structure in sync with the classes and the class names that gets generated with the help of MDM model editor.
RAD Preference Settings
Prior to developing the Web Service, you need to set certain Preferences in RAD.
1. Windows > Preferences > Web Services > Resource Management
Note: It is a good practice to select this option when you use utility JAR files or third party libraries, in order to avoid these loadable Java Classes that have to be regenerated.
Below are the steps which explain how to create a top down EJB web service implementation:-
Click Next > Generates the Web Service skeleton from the WSDL and publishes the project to the server
Note:- Start the server before generating the web service
i. Move the SearchBindingImpl to ProjectWSEJB/ejbModule/com/test/search/service
ii. Rename the below files:-
SearchBindingImpl -> SearchServiceBean
SearchService_PortType_RI -> SearchServiceRemote
SearchService_PortTypeHome -> SearchServiceRemoteHome
SearchService_PortType -> SearchServiceSEI
iii. ejb-jar.xml ->
a) Modify the mapping of
ejb-name,home,remote,service-endpoint,ejb-class to the renamed class
b) Add DWLServiceController EJB bean in the reference
Open ejb-jar.xml > References Tab > Add > EJB reference > Next > Select DWLCommonServices reference
There are a huge range of topics and speakers on offer at the Information On Demand conference later this month, but what if there's a topic you care about missing from the conference programme? Well this year there is a conference within a conference where you get to set the agenda; you won’t want to miss these sessions!! Check out the unconference site for all the details, including what an unconference is, and how to suggest topics:
Information On Demand Technical Unconference
If you've not been to an IBM unconference before, there's a Worklight demo from the IBM Impact Unconference on YouTube, which may give you some idea of what to expect. Of course, since the participants get to lead the event, every unconference is different!
Before the MDM Developers group got going a few authors from the IBM development team posted on the MDM Workbench blog. Now that this group blog has a few posts as well it makes sense to combine the two, so we won't be posting to the separate MDM Workbench blog in the future.
This blog is for more than just the workbench but the biggest advantage is that it is much easier for anyone to contribute: any member of the group can write a blog post! If you have something to share that you think the community would find useful, give it a try. It's a great way to get early feedback on something that may turn in to a full developerWorks article over time. If you do write a post, just let me know as soon as you are ready for it to be published.
These are just a selection of some of the popular posts from the old blog:
And don't forget, there are still forums available for questions and discussions:
MDM –WebServices Security enablement and validating request with backend LDAP on WAS
This document is step by step documentation to setup and turn on Global security for InfoSphere MDM:
1. MDM server using LDAP on WAS Enabling Global Security for WAS BASE Edition
Log into the WebSphere admin console
Enabling Global Security for WAS ND Edition
Log into the WebSphere admin console
The port number is the port for that specific profile, server1 for that profile needs
to be started in order to access the admin console
2. Start server and rite click on server, select “Administration”, after that click on “Run administrative console
3. This will start administrative console
4. Click on Security tab and then click on the global security
5. In WAS7.x Click on Security tab in the left hand and then select Global Security under it, at rite hand side click on “Enable administrative security” By default all three security options are selected, deselect the two other options then “Enable administrative security”
6. IN WAS6.x, Click on the “Security -> Secure administration, applications, and infrastructure” then at the rite hand side click on “Standalone the LDAP registry”
7. Select Advanced Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) user registry settings under the additional properties options group
8. Configuration of the LDAP details by filling in the required details we can get these from the administrators
9. Save the configuration by clicking on Save
10. Configure the contents taking input from the Administrators as per your client setup
11. Save the configurations by clicking on the save button
12. Once details are filled first check the connection by clicking on the test connection
13. Save the configurations by clicking on the save button
14. If the connection is tested and it is successful we can enable the security but make sure to uncheck the ‘Use java 2 security’ we don’t need this in our configuration
15. Save the configurations.
16. Save changes to master configuration. Restart the server. This will enable the global security in your WAS and it will start expecting the user authorization data name/password
17. The next step is to create the WAS security enabled MDM ear.
By default the security is enabled in the MDM ear, in case it is disabled we can ENABLE it by following the below step
On the RAD console click on ctrl+R this will open window listing all the files containing *.xmi. This will also have file having enable and disabled contents. To enable the security just copy the content in file .xmi_SecurityEnabled and paste it inside the file .xmi file.
18. Once the security is enabled MDM.ear can be published to test our connection with proper user id and password from SOAP UI
19. The next step is to make our SOAP request changes to accept authentication data (username/password). I am using the tool SOAPUI which can be downloaded from http://www.soapui.org/.
20. Download the SOAPUI, and install it.
21. Start SOAPUI and select the option “New Soap UI Project” after clicking on File option
22. Now select the appropriate WSDL, depending on service, for example party related services I have select PartyService.wsdl at “C:\workspace\PartyWSEJB\ejbModule\META-INF\wsdl\PartyService.wsdl”
23. Open appropriate service and in SOAP UI and select Aut tab at the bottom of the request :
24. This will pop up a window where we can enter the details as configured for your LDAP user details and password
25. Rite click on the SOAP request and select “Add WSS Username Token” this will pop up a window where select the “password text option“ this will generate the soap header with security information in it.
26. Fill in the remaining fields in it, it will generate the SOAP request as mentioned below.
<soapenv:Envelope xmlns:port="http://www.ibm.com/xmlns/prod/websphere/wcc/party/port" xmlns:soapenv="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">
<wsse:Security soapenv:mustUnderstand="1" xmlns:wsse="http://docs.oasis-open.org/wss/2004/01/oasis-200401-wss-wssecurity-secext-1.0.xsd" xmlns:wsu="http://docs.oasis-open.org/wss/2004/01/oasis-200401-wss-wssecurity-utility-1.0.xsd">
27. Test the service with SOAP authentication containing data.