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From "Larry Lemons" <llem...@imcwv.com>
Subject RE: WSDL2JAVA Using Socks V5 instead of V4
Date Thu, 07 Sep 2006 20:40:17 GMT
Now I'm guessing that either nobody knows the answer, or it cannot be
done.  Anyone?
 

Thank you,

Larry M. Lemons

(304) 726-4809 Ext. 4505

 

 

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From: Larry Lemons [mailto:llemons@imcwv.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2006 2:19 PM
To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
Subject: RE: WSDL2JAVA Using Socks V5 instead of V4


Well, I guess either nobody understands my question or problem, or
nobody has an answer to my problem.  I am using Axis 1.2.  I do think I
forgot to mention that in the original e-mail, or rather the original
with this subject.
 

Thank you,

Larry M. Lemons

(304) 726-4809 Ext. 4505

 

 

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From: Larry Lemons [mailto:llemons@imcwv.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 05, 2006 11:10 AM
To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
Subject: WSDL2JAVA Using Socks V5 instead of V4


We are using WSDL2JAVA to connect to a web service and to upload a group
of files to the server.  Everything works fine when the user is not
behind a proxy server.  When the user is behind a proxy server, it is
able to connect to the web service, but as soon as it calls a web
method, it connects using a Socket, which is alright also.  The problem
is, it is using SOCKS 5 instead of SOCKS 4.  When it connects using
SOCKS 5, the applet requires a login to the proxy server for each SOCKS
communication with the web service, which ends up being 2 plus the
number of files that are uploaded.  The worst part is that the login
prompt occurs right before each file is uploaded, so you cannot even
just login for all the files and let it go, you have to actually sit
there and wait for each prompt, otherwise it will just wait for you to
login to the proxy server.  As you can imagine, if a user wanted to
upload 100 files at a time, this would require a lot of time.  We were
able to get the proxy server to not require a username and password, so
the user could actually just click OK for the login and it would work,
but it still prompts the user for a username and password regardless of
the need for one or not.
 
My question is, is there a way to force the WSDL2JAVA tool to use SOCKS
4 instead of SOCKS5?

Thank you,

Larry M. Lemons

(304) 726-4809 Ext. 4505

 

 

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