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From "Dixit, Sandeep (ProSource Solutions)" <Sandeep.Di...@contractors.nationalcity.com>
Subject RE: Can't get forrest working behind authenticated proxy
Date Wed, 01 Mar 2006 15:35:31 GMT
Sorry forgot to attach the output log. Also my forrest.build.xml
init-proxy target looks like this:

 

  <target name="init-proxy" if="proxy.host">

     <echo>Using proxy : ${proxy.host}:${proxy.port}
[user:${proxy.username} password:${proxy.password}]</echo>

     <setproxy proxyhost="${proxy.host}" proxyport="${proxy.port}"
proxyuser="${proxy.username}" proxypassword="${proxy.password}" />

  </target>

 

 

ERROR LOG:

C:\sd\forrest\apache-forrest-0.7\site-author>forrest

 

Apache Forrest.  Run 'forrest -projecthelp' to list options

 

 

Buildfile: c:\sd\forrest\apache-forrest-0.7\main\forrest.build.xml

 

check-java-version:

This is apache-forrest-0.7

Using Java 1.4 from c:\j2sdk1.4.2_10\jre

 

init-proxy:

Using proxy : authproxy.ntl-city.com:8080 [user:xswd53r
password:ohio!007]

 

init-plugins:

Copying 1 file to C:\sd\forrest\apache-forrest-0.7\site-author\build\tmp

Copying 1 file to C:\sd\forrest\apache-forrest-0.7\site-author\build\tmp

Copying 1 file to C:\sd\forrest\apache-forrest-0.7\site-author\build\tmp

Copying 1 file to C:\sd\forrest\apache-forrest-0.7\site-author\build\tmp

Installing plugin: org.apache.forrest.plugin.input.dtdx

 

check-plugin:

org.apache.forrest.plugin.input.dtdx is not available in the build dir

 

init-proxy:

Using proxy : authproxy.ntl-city.com:8080 [user:MYUSERNAME
password:MYPASSWORD] 

 

fetch-plugins-descriptors:

Fetching plugins descriptor:
http://forrest.apache.org/plugins/plugins.xml

Getting: http://forrest.apache.org/plugins/plugins.xml

Error opening connection java.io.IOException

Error opening connection java.io.IOException

Error opening connection java.io.IOException

Can't get http://forrest.apache.org/plugins/plugins.xml to
C:\sd\forrest\apache-

forrest-0.7\site-author\build\tmp\plugins-1.xml

Fetching plugins descriptor:
http://forrest.apache.org/plugins/whiteboard-plugin

s.xml

Getting: http://forrest.apache.org/plugins/whiteboard-plugins.xml

Error opening connection java.io.IOException

Error opening connection java.io.IOException

Error opening connection java.io.IOException

Can't get http://forrest.apache.org/plugins/whiteboard-plugins.xml to
C:\sd\forr

est\apache-forrest-0.7\site-author\build\tmp\plugins-2.xml

 

            WARNING

            =======

 

            Unable to load plugin list number 1 from
http://forrest.apache.org/p

lugins/plugins.xml.

            Any plugins identified in this plugin list cannot be
installed

            automatially, see further errors below.

 

            WARNING

            =======

 

            Unable to load plugin list number 2 from
http://forrest.apache.org/p

lugins/whiteboard-plugins.xml.

            Any plugins identified in this plugin list cannot be
installed

            automatially, see further errors below.

 

unpack-plugin:

 

ERROR

=====

 

Unable to retrieve the org.apache.forrest.plugin.input.dtdx plugin.

There may be more information about the reason for this in output

above. The usual cause is that Forrest has been unable to download

the plugin descriptor file that indicates where this plugin is to be

downloaded from. If you are behind a firewall then set the proxy.host

and proxy.port values in the forrest.properties file.

 

You may also like to check the value of the

forrest.plugins.descriptors property in the forrest.properties file

and ensure that the locations indicated by that value are accessible

(note there should be no spaces in this property).

 

 

BUILD FAILED

C:\sd\forrest\apache-forrest-0.7\main\targets\plugins.xml:334: The
following err

or occurred while executing this line:

C:\sd\forrest\apache-forrest-0.7\main\targets\plugins.xml:351: The
following err

or occurred while executing this line:

C:\sd\forrest\apache-forrest-0.7\main\targets\plugins.xml:99: Unable to
install

required plugins. See error messages above for more detail.

 

Total time: 1 second

 

________________________________

From: Dixit, Sandeep (ProSource Solutions)
[mailto:Sandeep.Dixit@contractors.nationalcity.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 10:30 AM
To: user@forrest.apache.org
Subject: Can't get forrest working behind authenticated proxy

 

I search the mailing list and tried manual downloading of plug-ins. I am
though just not able to run "forrest" or "forrest run" from site-author
as suggested to-try items. I have 0.7 release. Please advise.

 

Thanks,

Sandeep

 

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