[isalist] Re: "Custom" JAVA apps

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What I meant to say was that even thought the Web browser is a Web proxy
client, these java apps don't necessarily take their cues from the
browser config, so they act in the role of SecureNET or FWC. In that
case, you do need to create a Protocol Definition and Access Rule
allowing that custom protocol. :\

And if the POS depends on multiple primary or secondary connections, get
ready for making it an avocation figuring out what they are, because the
devs won't tell you because their GUI dev environment did that
"thinking" for them =%-\

Thomas W Shinder, M.D.
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> [mailto:isalist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Thor 
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> Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2006 12:31 PM
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> Subject: [isalist] Re: "Custom" JAVA apps
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> On 8/24/06 10:14 AM, "Thomas W Shinder" 
> <tshinder@xxxxxxxxxxx> spoketh to
> all:
> 
> > Are the java apps running as Web proxy clients?
> 
> I assume you mean "are the clients that are running the java 
> apps Web proxy
> client?" right?  Yes, they are.
> 
> 
> > If so, it shouldn't'
> > matter. However, most of them don't have have a multituide of other
> > problems that cause them to not work with CERN proxies. In 
> that case,
> > Direct Access is the solution, which will require the FWC 
> if you want
> > authenticated outbound access (this was to the "egress" PTB) ;)
> 
> That's what I was thinking, but it no workie.  Tried Direct 
> Access with the
> FWC, but it says "Failed to connect to the
> Server:www.JackLegDevelopers.net:9402" with a bunch of java.net.socket
> errors.
> 
> Normally if this happens and the clients can't connect, I 
> tell them to go
> piss up a rope and find a vendor that can code.  But in this 
> case it's a
> "fuel card management" deal that I need to use.  Anything 
> else?  Please
> don't say I have to create access rules with "custom 
> protocols" for that
> port...  I'm not used to having to work with this java crap.
> 
> t
> 
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