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Xog through Proxy Server

Question asked by bj on Oct 12, 2010
Latest reply on Oct 12, 2012 by Chris_Hackett
First of all I apologise if this is more of a programming query rather than specific to Clarity XOG but....  The problem I have is that the XOG client does not work from our work network to our SaaS Clarity, I believe due to our Proxy Server.   It works fine when I run it from home (but am trying to minimise working from home).    I have tried adding - Dhttp . proxyHost =999 .999.999.999 - Dhttp . proxyPort =9999 to the java command witin the xog.bat file, but no luck as the proxy requires username password authentication.    I have also created a VB.Net project using the example from the Xog Integration Manual, agian this works from home but not at work for the same reason (I thought VS may be a bit smarter or simpler  here), ie. it dies when trying to login to the service.    Has anyone had any experience with this situation?   I know one answer is to have a GUN coder fix this by building all the authentication etc into the code (I assume) but for quick and simple Xog jobs I am needing to do these from home after hours and I would love to be able to use the CA provided Xog client from work.    Help?     

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