Issue with lightweight http plugin (1.0-alpha-6 and 1.0-beta-1)

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Issue with lightweight http plugin (1.0-alpha-6 and 1.0-beta-1)

Mykel Alvis-2
On a windows machine, authenticated on an NT domain, the proxy username and
password appear to be sufficient for getting the lightweight http wagon to
download artifacts.

On a linux machine, which is connected to the domain's network but not
authenticated on the domain, the same settings do not work.

To further compound the confusion of the situation,
setting http_proxy with the specified username and password using

   export http_proxy=<a href="http://USERNAME:PASSWORD@PROXYIP:PROXYPORT">http://USERNAME:PASSWORD@PROXYIP:PROXYPORT

allows me to use wget on an artifact's URL and retrieve it from the command
line.

There appears to be no additional logging available.

Should I file a JIRA issue with regard to this or is there some further
research I can do?

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Re: Issue with lightweight http plugin (1.0-alpha-6 and 1.0-beta-1)

Mykel Alvis-2
Hrmmm....
http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/WAGONHTTP-14

Pressed submit before editing the title, which SHOULD say something about
proxy not authenticating with settings

On 12/12/06, Mykel Alvis <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> On a windows machine, authenticated on an NT domain, the proxy username
> and password appear to be sufficient for getting the lightweight http wagon
> to download artifacts.
>
> On a linux machine, which is connected to the domain's network but not
> authenticated on the domain, the same settings do not work.
>
> To further compound the confusion of the situation,
> setting http_proxy with the specified username and password using
>
>    export http_proxy=<a href="http://USERNAME:PASSWORD@PROXYIP:PROXYPORT">http://USERNAME:PASSWORD@PROXYIP:PROXYPORT
>
> allows me to use wget on an artifact's URL and retrieve it from the
> command line.
>
> There appears to be no additional logging available.
>
> Should I file a JIRA issue with regard to this or is there some further
> research I can do?
>
> --
> I'm just an unfrozen caveman software developer.  I don't understand your
> strange, "modern" ways.




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I'm just an unfrozen caveman software developer.  I don't understand your
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