In the following IICE 8.5.1 infocenter page
is described a simple logon sample; such code avoids to use credential encryption.
It is possible to have the same login mode accessing to a repository using SOA Web services?
The customer needs to access IBM Content Manager from a .NET application running in windows environment, and cannot use BlowfishKey.ser file because it is a java object, unusable from .NET applications.
If is not possible to avoid encryption, we need to know how to perform it from a .NET application.
Thanks in advance, Andrea Calfurni.
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Updated on 2010-05-06T18:24:57Z at 2010-05-06T18:24:57Z by SystemAdmin
Re: logon to a repository avoiding credential encryption using SOA Web Services2010-04-29T19:08:38ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi Andrea,
This appears to be a bug in SOA Web Services. If no Header information is specified for the element "PasswordEncryptionType", then the system is assuming that Blowfish encryption is being used, which is not the case. I also have to apologize on behalf of our team that this is not documented anywhere.
Can you please open a PMR for this issue (or ask your customer to, as the case may be)? As a temporary workaround, you can probably get it working by replacing "<soapenv:Header/>" in your requests with the following:
Re: logon to a repository avoiding credential encryption using SOA Web Services2010-05-06T18:24:57ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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I have a minor but important update. The workaround for the SOAP Header would actually look like this: