Web service proxy and security constraint

I've placed a security constraint on my web service and set the login-config auth-method as BASIC. When I run the Workshop test and the (Test View) browser begins to appear I am prompted for my username and password since it is protected --- great, it's working.
Here's my problem, when I create the Java Proxy and try to access the web service using the proxy in another application I am never prompted for my username and password and thus the request fails. Anyway to fix this so I can be promted using the proxy??
thanks in advance,
Steve Touw

Hi Shay Shmeltzer,
Thanks for the reply.
I tried in HTTP Analyzer in JDeveloper and there also it is not working. My concern is :-
There are many other web services deployed on the same SOA server in same partition and they are working fine in HTTP analyzer and I am able to create and use the web service proxy as well. So as per my understanding there is nothing like network issues between SOA server and jDeveloper.
1 more thing When I am creating the proxy for this web service and requesting from the proxy's main method SOA is getting proper input (which I am providing in the main method) and SOA is returning proper output I have checked the SOA instance in em. So there is no problem in SOA side. The problem is jDeveloper is not able to get back that response which SOA is returning.
Please Help.
-- NavinK

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