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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 19250] - The PostMethod did not bring back response headers from proxy servers
Date Wed, 23 Apr 2003 17:08:05 GMT
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The PostMethod did not bring back response headers from proxy servers





------- Additional Comments From bin.chen@sabre-holdings.com  2003-04-23 17:08 -------
It is very critical for us to get all the bugs, includign thi sone, we reported 
fixed in order for us to use httpClient as Open Source once 2.0 is released.  
Currently we have to maintain our own version of the httpClient code and we 
will not be able to get any latest fixes merge in.

For this particular problem, when we negotiate NTLM proxy, we need to get more 
information from user (domain and host) than Basic or Digest proxies.  When we 
get a 407 response code back, we have to look into the response header to find 
out what type of proxy is in use.  I just don't know any other way for the 
application to get that information besides getting it from the method.  We can 
not prompt all users for the additional information either, that will confuse 
the user who don't use NTLM.

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