Web Services Developer's Guide → Tips for Writing Applications → Authentication Methods → WS-Security
WS-Security (Web Services Security) authentication creates a security token in the SOAP header. The SBM credentials are passed as a Username token and a Base64-encoded password.
To define WS-Security in Visual Studio .NET, add a Username token to the SOAP header, which contains the plain text user ID and the Base64-encoded password. You must also have Microsoft's WSE installed.
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