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Re: [wtp-dev] Blocking socket calls on the UI thread

Hi Cameron,

When running tests you can specify the system property


as shown in [1]. Setting this property will suppress the license dialog and make the cache act as though you have agreed to all the licenses.


Lawrence Mandel

Software Developer
IBM Rational Software
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Re: [wtp-dev] Blocking socket calls on the UI thread

Thanks Jeffrey.  Now at least my test completes, but it still takes 45
sec or so for a very simple test to run (all it's doing is creating a
new web project).  It appears to still be spending much of that time on
a socket to get a Berkeley license for the web.xml DTD.  Is it possible
to some workaround this or perhaps cache the license somehow?


Jeffrey Liu wrote:

> Hi Cameron,
> Try setting the following system properties:
> http.proxySet = true
> http.proxyHost = <host>
> http.proxyPort = <port>
> http.proxyUserName = <username if authentication is enabled>
> http.proxyPassword = <password if authentication is enabled>
> For https connections, the system properties are *https.* instead of
> *http.*
> Thanks,
> Jeffrey Liu
> IBM Rational Software
> IBM Toronto Lab.
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