jira-rest-java-client (JRC) 3.0 How to set custom http proxy

Zephyr QA I'm New Here Aug 20, 2017

While JIRA is behind a proxy , we need to set a proxy settings before we make a connection to httpClient , ex. if i use HttpConnection , i can set a Proxy host and port , so that http can use the proxy while making call to JIRA url.

 

The similar thing we like to do with JiraRestClient but it doesn’t provide a way to set a Proxy in anyways.

 

 

The sample code work successfully with org.apache library is follows   —  We like to set the proxy similar way to JiraRestClient API.

 

HttpHost proxy = new HttpHost(proxyHost, Integer.parseInt(proxyPort));

HttpClientBuilder clientBuilder = HttpClientBuilder.create();

clientBuilder.setProxy(proxy);

HttpComponentsClientHttpRequestFactory factory1 = new HttpComponentsClientHttpRequestFactory();

factory1.setHttpClient(httpClient);

 

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I also face the same issue. HttpURLConnection works but not the Client. Wondering why ?

 

using all settings Host, port , user name etc

System.getProperties().put("http.proxyHost",----)

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