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Old October 27th, 2004, 08:07 AM
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I'm trying to use WSE 2.0 in Visual Studio .NET 2003 to set up a web service to pass username and password in a token in the SOAP header.

Here's the page which sets the token (Token) and adds it to the web service proxy before calling the web service to populate a datagrid:

Public Token As New UsernameToken("OCDDdata", "support247dc", PasswordOption.SendPlainText)

Private Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load

    Dim ws As New DCtoOCDDclient.refCensusService.CensusServiceWse

    ws.RequestSoapContext.Security.Tokens.Add(Token)

    Try
     Dim dsCensus As New DataSet
     dsCensus.Merge(ws.getCensus().Tables(0))
     dgCensus.DataSource = dsCensus
     dgCensus.DataBind()
    Catch we As WebException
     Label1.Text = "Failed! " & we.Message
    End Try
End Sub

If I break at this point, I can see the RequestSoapContext filled with the token. However, when the web service is actually called it's missing.

<WebMethod(Description:="Basic Census info for DC's")> _
Public Function getCensus() As DataSet

    GetUsernameToken(RequestSoapContext.Current)

    Dim dsCensus As New DataSet
    Dim Sqlstr As String
    Sqlstr = "SELECT DC_NR, dcID, Name_Last, Name_First, Name_Mid, Name_Suffix, SSN, DOB, ************, Begda, Endda FROM dbo.v_DCall"
    Dim daOCDD As New SqlDataAdapter(Sqlstr, ConfigurationSettings.AppSettings("connOCDD"))
    daOCDD.Fill(dsCensus)
    Return dsCensus

What am I missing here?

Thanks,
Joe
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I've just encountered the same issue. Has anyone figured out the resolution? I'm running WSE 2.0 SP 3 and suspect there may be catch in how I've added the web reference to my client project.

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As I suspected, the web Reference I'd set up was incorrect, inadvertantly pointed it to an old version of the web service, so once I set up a new one, I was ok.
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