This link for 6.2: OSGi Configuration Settings suggests
org.apache.http.proxyconfigurator is available. However the java docs
appear to be missing it: "The Adobe AEM Quickstart and Web Application."
Regardless, if I attempt to use
org.apache.http.osgi.services.ProxyConfiguration and associated
org.apache.http.osgi.services.HttpClientBuilderFactory within a vanilla
6.2 instance I see that the username, even tho it's set in the Web
Console config, is ignored (an empty string is used when debugging...
AEM 6.2/3/4Does anyone know if it's possible to use (or uses) the Apache
HttpClient OSGi bundle (org.apache.httpcomponents.httpclient) without
proxy settings?In other words, if it's disabled by unchecking "Enable
HTTP Proxy" and I try to use an instance of it via
HttpClientBuilderFactory, will it behave as a regular Apache HTTP
client?I suspect so...Regards,David(Don't say try it )
Great it doesn't handle attachements. OK, here's the end of the stack
trace, hopefully that'll be enough:Caused by:
Apologies for the slow reply, just back from holidays. Thanks for your
willingness to take a look at the package. Unfortunately I can't send it
on as there's IP constraints and it's used by a number of customers of
our service. I was hoping for a bit of direction on:Where and why the
NPE is being thrown from what I can send in the way of stack
traces.Where I might add any extra logging orany tips for Filter
debugging by way of what we're encountering. I suspect it is another
lib/package that is ...