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Third Party Security Schemes with SOAP in Integration Gateway

There are scenarios other than Basic Authentication or Certificate Based Authentication for handling authentication of SOAP services in Integration Gateway. One of the examples is authentication using some Session Identifier or Security Key passed via SOAP Header - User needs to execute an operation where the Username and Password are passed as parameters. On successful validation of the parameters passed, the operation usually responds with some session identifier or security key. This returned value needs to be then used for the further operations. This guide is on how to authenticate by passing session identifier or security key via SOAP header using custom scripting.

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