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From Olivier Lamy <ol...@apache.org>
Subject Re: networkProxy not working?
Date Wed, 21 May 2014 05:45:26 GMT
Sounds an issue (at least in the ui level to display settings in the
table list but should work when editing the proxy connector )
Can you create a jira with some screenshots?
Anyway you can still check the configuration in the archiva.xml file.


Thanks
Olivier

On 20 May 2014 08:40, Rick Richardson <rick.richardson@gmail.com> wrote:
> First, thank you for making such a great product. It is very
> straightforward and easy to use.  I am sure that my network proxy setting
> issues are temporary and quite possibly related to something I've screwed
> up.
>
> I am running 2.0.1
>
> I have a pretty stock standalone deployment. I am trying to use the
> internal/central repo, + I have created a new repo for clojars.
>
> I have created a new Network Proxy called corpproxy.
>
> I have set corpproxy to be the network proxy for both the Remote
> Repositories as well as in the Proxy Connectors.  So that when you edit the
> settings, corpproxy shows up selected in the dropdown.
>
> However.. when you click on the question-mark button under the Proxy
> Connector Settings button, the Network Proxy shows up as "none"
>
> When I try to fetch an index or just try to use the repo via maven, it
> fails and I get either a No Route To Host (expected, because our internal
> DNS returns a bogus address for everything external)  or I get a connection
> timed out trying to reach repo.maven.org.  So it is definitely not trying
> to go through the proxy in either case.
>
> Thoughts?



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