[TYRUS-181] WebSocket client ignores the ProxySelector Created: 17/May/13 Updated: 24/Jun/13 Resolved: 24/Jun/13
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When you are running the client, it seems like the java.net.ProxySelector is not invoked or used so the normal proxy selection mechanism is not used.
For example in this very simple self-serving case, the select method is never called.
This is the standard method of configuring a proxy in the JDK and should be observed.
|Comment by Pavel Bucek [ 22/May/13 ]|
Tyrus client currently does not support proxies at all. Targeted for 1.1 release.
|Comment by Pavel Bucek [ 04/Jun/13 ]|
Some simple proxy support is currently in the trunk:
There is no ProxySelector support yet (I would need to introduce some kind of properties to have the possibility to disable it and so on, so it was simpler to make a single property to be able to enable proxy per client instance).
Can you please try current trunk (rev 657+) and let me know whether it works for you?
|Comment by Pavel Bucek [ 24/Jun/13 ]|
resolving as fixed for Tyrus 1.1; further improvements may be discussed in TYRUS-204.
Thanks Gerard for verifying and testing