We have a problem using XOG while we have a proxy enabled. How can we configure XOG to take into account the proxy parameters?
You need to set the following JVM parameters in the xog.bat file in the Xog Client folder:
" proxySet=true - Proxy is enabled.
" https.proxyHost=<proxy host> - If you are connecting to an HTTPS Clarity instance, this property is used.
" https.proxyPort=<proxy port, usually 443> - If you are connecting to an HTTPS Clarity instance, this property is used.
" http.proxyHost=<proxy host> - If you are connecting to an HTTP Clarity instance, this property is used.
" http.proxyPort=<proxy port, usually 80> - If you are connecting to an HTTP Clarity instance, this property is used.
NOTE: Depending on your version of Clarity/Xog Client, your command line may be slightly different. But, the idea is the same. Add the proxy information after the -Xmx setting and before the -Dniku.home setting.
Change it to this:
set PROGRAM_ARGS=%SSL_DEBUG_ARG% -Dfile.encoding=UTF-8 -Xmx512m -DproxySet=true -Dhttp.proxyHost=yourproxyhostname -Dhttp.proxyPort=80 -Dniku.home="$NIKU_HOME" -Dforehead.conf.file="$NIKU_HOME/bin/xog.forehead" com.werken.forehead.Forehead -installDir "$NIKU_HOME"
NOTE: Change the proxy host name and ports to the correct ones for your network.