SOAP Standard Interface: Security
Transport layer encryption is provided by TLS; authentication and authorization of the sender must be performed by the receiver either using username and password credentials passed as part of the SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) operations, or using client certificate authentication via TLS, or both. The authentication and authorization methods supported by a receiving IIS are typically published in a local HL7 implementation guide for the IIS.
See SOAP Web Services for additional implementation resources.
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