This type of account contains basic account information plus additional information to authenticate with the server using the LTPA mechanism. When you use the lightweight third party authentication (LTPA) method, the security token is generated as part of the SOAP message. Do not configure the client application for LTPA token authentication unless the authentication mechanism configured in WebSphere® Application Server v6.x is LTPA.
In addition to the basic information, fill in the following information and then click OK
Table 1. LTPA token properties
|Name||<userid>||User identification. This name will be used by the application to look up the information.|
|Authentication URI||/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 as the Authentication type. |
You can leave the default values for the Home Portal URL. This value is not used for LTPA token based authentication.
Parent topic: Using the Accounts tool to create accounts for Apache Axis Web services clients: XPD622