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Help - Need to allow Java Client to post form data to ASPX Web Page

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I'm trying to setup an ASPX web page such that an existing Java Client
can post form data, and I'm running into a problem. The existing Java
Client doesn't set any credentials, and when I try to post to my page,
the Java Client gets a 401 error. My own C# client works because I am
setting the Credentials of the WebClient, but I have to support the
existing Java Client as-is. What is the setup of my Web Page to allow a
client to post form data without requiring them to define credentials?

Thanks in advance

Apr 27 '06 #1
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enable anonymous in iis for the website. if you can change the java code,
you can enable basic, and have the javacode post the credentials header.

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I'm trying to setup an ASPX web page such that an existing Java Client
can post form data, and I'm running into a problem. The existing Java
Client doesn't set any credentials, and when I try to post to my page,
the Java Client gets a 401 error. My own C# client works because I am
setting the Credentials of the WebClient, but I have to support the
existing Java Client as-is. What is the setup of my Web Page to allow a
client to post form data without requiring them to define credentials?

Thanks in advance

Apr 28 '06 #2

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