Up until now we have been using the username/password authentication in our SOAP calls, but we would like to switch to using token authentication. It's not clear how we should include the token in the SOAP header to enable this.
Hi Simon, this question is answered on the Documentation site: https://docs.experianaperture.io/address-validation/address-validate-soap/improve-data/faqs/#how-do-i-switch-to-token-authentication
Feel free to reply if it is still unclear or you have any questions.
Yes, "Enter your token as the value for auth-token field under the HTTP Header". You download a Postman collection by following the links on the docs site: https://github.com/experiandataquality/postman-collections/blob/master/address-validate-soap.postman_collection.json
Just to be clear, it needs to go in the HTTP header rather than the SOAP header (where the username/password currently sit)?