Use this dialog box to apply HTTP/HTTPS or message-level (SOAP) or both types of authentication to the WSDL data connection you are creating, as well as to select the types of credentials to accept for verification.To display this dialog box, select Edit > New Data Connection, and then create a WSDL data connection.Indicates that an HTTP/HTTPS (transport layer) message requires client authentication to access the WSDL document and to connect to a secure web service. The authentication credentials for the transport layer are sent as part of the HTTP/HTTPS protocol header.Provides basic client authentication, where the user is prompted with a login dialog box. Passwords are not hashed (clear text) before they are sent to the server.Provides an enhanced form of basic client authentication, where the user is prompted with a login dialog box. However, passwords are hashed before they are sent to the server.Provides digital ID client verification, where you are prompted with the Select Digital dialog box listing the available digital IDs, and select the correct digital ID to send to the server for authentication.Indicates that the message level (SOAP) requires client authentication that uses a security token (embedded in the SOAP message header) to connect to a secure web service. The credentials for the message layer (SOAP) are used to create a security UserToken.Provides basic client authentication, where the user is prompted with a login dialog box, and the user name and password combination are not encrypted before they are sent to the server.