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google appengine deploy failing due to http.proxyHost & http.proxyPort system properties [message #525469] Tue, 06 April 2010 16:33
jackalista  is currently offline jackalista Friend
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Hi,

I'm following the GWT quick start instructions here:

http://code.google.com/eclipse/docs/getting_started.html

I *am* behind a proxy. Everything is working nicely except that when I right click on my project and select Google > Deploy to App Engine I am getting connection errors that say things like this:

System property http.proxyHost is not set but should be foobar.foo.com.
System property http.proxyPort is not set but should be 8080

I already have the eclipse network connections proxy host and port set and have verified they work by installing the google plugins for GWT and app engine. I also tried (on windose) to set http.proxyHost & http.proxyPort in my system env variables and retried the deploy but it still didn't work. Do I need to restart eclipse *again* for some reason? Why isn't eclipse using the same connection proxy info it used to download the plugin?

I'm using the Eclipse SOA Platform for Java and SOA Developers (galileo) from here:

http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/

Anyone know what's going on here?
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