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Oracle Data Integrator 11g Cookbook by Peter C. Boyd-Bowman, Denis Gray, Christophe Dupupet, Julien Testut

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Configuring container-based authentication with ODI web services

ODI public web services that are deployed in an Oracle WebLogic Server can take advantage of container-based authentication on execution. This means ODI public web services can be executed without providing the username and password in the SOAP request, as long as the username and password is passed to the application server by a supported method. This includes HTTP basic authentication, WS-Security Headers, SAML tokens, and other Oracle WebLogic Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) supported methods.

In this recipe, we will execute an ODI public web service using the ODIInvokeWebService tool in an ODI package. The container-based authentication method will use basic HTTP authentication. ...

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