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From "Gilles Scokart" <>
Subject RE: Proxy issues
Date Tue, 21 Nov 2006 10:32:55 GMT

Unfortunately, I have no experience in using a proxy from ivy.

To work around your problem, you can build your own repository.  It's in
anyway a good practice to guarantee the availability and the quality of its


> -----Original Message-----
> From: [] On 
> Behalf Of Mykel Alvis
> Sent: Monday, November 20, 2006 9:23 PM
> To:
> Subject: Proxy issues
> Hi,
> I'm testing out ivy 1.4.1 for purposes of possibly 
> integrating it into a build stream and I can't seem to get 
> the initial test to work for me.
> I AM behind a National Socialistic-esque proxy firewall that 
> does virus checking on each and every file that comes across 
> the internet connection, but that's the way it is here and 
> nothing's likely to change in that respect.  Since I'm 
> working on a Linux box on this primarily Windows network, I 
> get little to no support for any proxy issues I experience.
> I got a previous failure with "Server Redirected too many 
> times".  Following some incidental advice in a forum posting, 
> I added the commons-httpclient to my CLASSPATH before 
> invoking ant.  This seemed to just cause a hanging of the process.
> I did add a line into the "test" build.xml file as follows, 
> with the obvious appropriate changes:
> <setproxy proxyhost="PROXY.IP.HERE" proxypassword="mypass"
> proxyuser="myuser" proxyport="PROXY.PORT" />
> This also did not help.
> I also set my http_proxy variable to the authenticated proxy 
> location which did not help.
> The error seems typically to be " 
> Connection timed
> out:  connect"  which might be expected if one were having 
> difficulty navigating an external connection.
> I did not expand my  commons-httpclient logging yet, as it is 
> starting to seem as if this process might be more trouble 
> than it's worth.
> Is there anything else I need to try?
> Mykel

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