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From "Olivier Sarrat" <>
Subject RE: Firewall tunneling, the end.
Date Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT
OK.. Then, it is what I expected. The package Apache XML-RPC doesn't provide 
an interface to easily tunnel firewall.
I have to build my own XML-RPC Client class with an HttpUrlConnection an so 
on... or to get an already built one.

Thanks for all !


>I haven't looked at more recent JVMs, but as of JDK 1.1, you could not get
>the JVM to do 407 based HTTP proxy authentication. I think you have to use
>somebody elses HTTP client. I imagine there is a way to hook XMLRPC to it.
>There are several HTTP clients out there, but I don't know which one would
>be easiest to use. Sorry.
>Thanks Eric for your fast answer, but I knew already about that system
>properties stuff... You can only set the hostname and port of the proxy
>server through them, but you can't set the login/password.
>So, the question is still open !
> >The JVM itself has some system properties you can set to go through
> >application level firewalls (i.e. http proxy or socks). I don't remember
> >what the exact settings are, but you'd run something like java
> >-Dhttp.proxy=blablabla.
> >
> >Eric
> >
> >
> >Hi !
> >
> >Does anyone know how to go through a firewall without rewriting a 
> >XML-RPC client ?
> >
> >I manage of course to set the System properties with the hostname and 
> >of the proxy server.. but there's no method in XmlRpcClient to pass the
> >login/password.. I've tried setBasicAuthentification, but it doesn't
> >wotk...
> >
> >Has anyone any idea ?
> >
> >Cheers !
> >
> >Olivier Sarrat.
> >
> >
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