StrikeIron offers two models for developers to integrate authentication into applications which leverage the StrikeIron Web Services. Whether you need to authenticate within a SOAP header, or authenticate via parameter inside of the Web service method, StrikeIron gives you the flexibility to best fit your coding environment.
Authentication Passed in SOAP Headers
You can easily include authentication within the SOAP headers for your applications too.
To use this authentication model, simply use the WSDL that is listed on each Product Information page.
Authentication Passed as a Parameter within the Method
For situations where you want to authenticate using the parameters of a method, StrikeIron has created a simple way to convert base WSDLs to accomodate this code.
To use this authentication model, simply replace the “ws” in the StrikeIron WSDL with “wsparam“. The WSDL is listed on each Product Information page.
- US Address Verification: http://ws.strikeiron.com/USAddressVerification5?WSDL
is replaced by:
This method currently works for all StrikeIron Web Services services.
This method is not currently supported within Live Data for Excel. Please check back often as we are working on adding this feature in the near future. In addition, Classic ASP will not support authentication outside of the SOAP Headers, however this authentication model is supported for ASP.NET.