This type of account is the same as LTPA based authentication, except that it contains a JSESSIONID
cookie. The LTPA token is inserted into the SOAP message header and the JSESSIONID
is inserted into the HTTP header as part of the Web services request.
Table 1. PORTAL based authentication
|Name||<userid>||User identification. This name will be used by the application to look up the information. |
|Authentication URL||/j_security_check||This must be changed based on your server’s configuration. For WebSphere® Application Server, /j_security_check is the default. |
|Authentication Type||J2EE Form||Under Advanced properties, select J2EE Form (advanced) as the Authentication type.|
Parent topic: Using the Accounts tool to create accounts for Apache Axis Web services clients: XPD621