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From "Dr. Andreas M?üller" ...@chromgruen.com>
Subject HttpClient and Java Webstart
Date Tue, 13 Jul 2010 07:47:05 GMT
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Hi,

I am working on a client-server-application using Java Webstart.
Commands to the server are sent via HttpPost requests.

When the first request is sent to the server the Java Console displays (language is German):

network: Verbindung von socket://www.chromgruen.com:80 mit Proxy=DIRECT wird hergestellt

But I don't want to establish a socket connection but a http connection.

The problem is that within a given network environment, where there is no socks-proxy and
no permission for making
direct calls (i.e., without using one of several http-proxies) the application will not work.

Where am I wrong?

Thanks
Andreas



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