score:54

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Here is what I do. All of these instructions are based on my minimal experiences with working PACs, so YMMV.

Download your pac file via your pac URL. It's plain text and should be easy to open in a text editor.

Near the bottom, there's probably a section that says something like: return "PROXY w.x.y.z:a" where "w.x.y.z" is an ip address or username and "a" is a port number.

Write these down.

In a recent version of eclipse :

  • Go to Window -> Preferences -> General -> Network Connections=
  • Change the provider to "Manual"
  • Select the "HTTP" line and click the edit button
  • Add the IP address and port number above to the http line
  • If you have to authenticate to use the proxy,
    • select "Requires Authentication"
    • type in your username. Note that if your authentication is on a Windows domain, you might have to prepend the domain name and a backslash (\) like: MYDOMAIN\MYUSERID
    • Type in your password
  • Click OK
  • Click Apply
  • Click OK

At this point, you should be able to browse using the internal web browser (at least on http URLs).

Good luck.

Edit: Just so you know, it's WAY easier to use Nexus, one set of <mirror> tags and a single proxy setup (inside Nexus) to manage the proxy issues of Maven inside a firewall.

score:2

Well there's the Network Connections preference page; you can add proxies there. I don't know much about it; I don't know if the Maven integration plugins will use the proxies defined there.

You can find it at Window...Preferences, then General...Network Connections.

score:2

In Netbeans, we can use Tools->Options-> General Tab - > Under proxy settings, select Use system proxy settings.

This way, it uses the proxy settings provided in Settings -> Control Panel -> Internet Options -> Connections -> Lan Settings -> use automatic configuration scripts.

If you are using maven, make sure the proxy settings are not provided there, so that it uses Netbeans settings provided above for proxy.

Hope this helps.

Shreedevi

score:3

Download whatever configuration script that your browser is using.

the script would have various host:port configuration. based on the domain you want to connect , one of the host:port is selected by the borwser.

in the eclipse network setting you can try to put on of the host ports and see if that works.

worked for me.

the config script looks like,

if (isPlainHostName(host))
    return "DIRECT";
else if (dnsDomainIs(host, "<***sample host name *******>"))
    return "PROXY ***some ip*****; DIRECT";
else if (dnsDomainIs(host, "address.com")
        || dnsDomainIs(host, "adress2..com")
        || dnsDomainIs(host, "address3.com")
        || dnsDomainIs(host, "address4.com")        
    return "PROXY <***some proxyhost****>:8080";

you would need to look for the host port in the return statement.

score:3

Download proxy script and check last line for return statement Proxy IP and Port.
Add this IP and Port using these step.

   1.  Windows -->Preferences-->General -->Network Connection
   2. Select Active Provider : Manual
   3.  Proxy entries select HTTP--> Click on Edit button
   4.  Then add Host as a proxy IP and port left Required Authentication blank.
   5.  Restart eclipse
   6.  Now Eclipse Marketplace... working.

score:7

In the file: $your_eclipse_installation\configuration.settings\org.eclipse.core.net.prefs

you need the option: systemProxiesEnabled=true

You can set it also by the Eclipse GUI: Go to Window -> Preferences -> General -> Network Connections Change the provider to "Native"

The first way is working even if your Eclipse is broken due to wrong configuration attempts.


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