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I am calling soap webservice call to fetch data. I am using download tool, where i am writing webservice request with hardcoded username and password.
If i use connection tab and entered proper username and password, it is getting username and password invalid.
So, is there any way to avoid hardcoding of username and password in my webservice request call.
yes you can put hardcode in your query to webservice.
Take a look how i did it.
In configurations to download tool you need config the USER, PASS and KEY (maybe you need this)
In my case i needed use both (pass and Key)
Put this fields in Query String/Body like in picture, and config your HTTP Action like POST.
did work for me this way
this is my query string/body
I hope this help you.
I want to avoid hardcoding username and password .So, i am looking for other ways to put it.
Hi @manojkumar123 on this way, dont to hardcode username and password.
The username and password will stay open.
Unless you want to pass username and password parameters, is that what you want?
How about converting the workflow into an app -- then adding text boxes with actions to replace a dummy value for your username and password.
Even if we write username and password in string body, it is like hardcoding only. I am also doing samething, how can i avoid that?
Hello @manojkumar123 ,
I think you have only three solutions then: