I have been reluctant to add username:password support because:
1. it's so obviously insecure. IE apparentlly no longer supports it, at least
as a default.
2. i believe username:password is not really part of a URL, but something the client (eg browser) parses and transforms to HTTP headers.
The correct thing to do is probably to allow you to configure
username/password responses to HTTP challenges. Perhaps I can test that with a
real URL you want to use? (the one below didnt seem to work).
Im cross-posting to dods-tech to see if James or anyone has more thoughts.
Antonio S. Cofiño wrote:
THREDDS Data Server Version 3.16.17 Build Date = 2007-08-23 20:07:45
and I want to provide access through my TDS to another opendap server,
but this opendap server require athentication in th form of user:password
I have written this, thinking that is the standard way to do it for a
browser, but it doesn't work
If i'm putting the same URL in the location bar of ToolsUI it doent't
I'm think that is a problem with netcdf-java library.
Any ideas or comments?
Thank you and regards
Antonio S. Cofiño
University of Cantabria
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