HTTP proxy for web-based interface

Calkins, David S david.s.calkins "at" lmco.com
Tue Jan 6 16:29:01 2004


I guess I was hoping that since the Java viewer was running within the browser that the VM might inherit the browser proxy settings.  Maybe that was too optimistic :-)

If not, perhaps support for running RealVNC through an http proxy would be a good idea for a future version?

As a side question to this issue, I downloaded the source, however, I was unable to find the source for the java viewer in either of the source download packages.  anyone know where this is?  did I just miss it?  Perhaps adding support for going through an http proxy would be doable....


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Subject: RE: HTTP proxy for web-based interface


Calkins, David S said:

> Using the native viewer would be simpler, however, I don't think it would
> go through the http proxy.

There is nothing different about the Java viewer with respect to proxies. 
It won't work through an HTTP proxy either.

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William Hooper
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