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Is http.auth.scheme-priority been used? [message #545116] Tue, 06 July 2010 16:43
Manuel V is currently offline Manuel VFriend
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Hi all,

I'm a developer, currently trying to set up a working enviroment with Eclipse 3.6. I'm behind a proxy which allows both NTLM and Basic Auth Schemes.

However, it seems Eclipse's NTLM is not working properly with my proxy, so I need to fall back to Basic. I was reading the source of org.apache.commons.httpclient (as it is distributed with the 3.6 release with XText).

I found that there's parameter on AuthPolicy.java:

public static final String AUTH_SCHEME_PRIORITY = "http.auth.scheme-priority";

In its spec, it points to org.apache.commons.httpclient.params.DefaultHttpParams

However I see that org.apache.commons.httpclient.params.DefaultHttpParamsFactor y does not create the parameter. So it could be always null.

I'm not a Java developer, and this is the first time I read (a tiny bit of) Eclipse's code. However, I can read Java code. I'm not familiar with the tools needed to debug Eclipse, so I cant confirm if this is indeed a bug.

Best regards,
Manuel.
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