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Default how to initiaize SOAPHeader from J2ME client

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Hi,

how are the SOAPHeader elements to be initialized for a request
to a .net webservice
while invoking from a Microedition client

have generated a stub using the utility in Wireless Tool Kit 2.5.2
client app in JDE 4.6.1

setting the Stub propertied as below
service._setProperty(Stub.USERNAME_PROPERTY,strUse rName);
service._setProperty(Stub.PASSWORD_PROPERTY,strPas sword);

and having the tag [SoapHeader("credentialsHeader")]
in the service does not show the credentials being passed to the webservice

this however is working fine with a .net client

also do not see the class javax.xml.rpc.call or javax.xml.rpc.Service in my installation


TIA
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