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Re: ProxyProp

From: Benoit Mahe <Benoit.Mahe@sophia.inria.fr>
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 1997 11:08:42 +0200
Message-Id: <199709110908.LAA04219@www43.inria.fr>
To: Julianne Freire de Sousa Pepeu <jfsp@di.ufpe.br>
cc: www-jigsaw@w3.org, bmahe@www43.inria.fr
> Hi!
> Can anyone give me an explanation about the class
> w3c.jigsaw.proxy.ProxyProp 

 ProxyProp is used to configure the ProxyDirectory when Jigsaw
 run as a proxy.

identifier: the name of the proxydirectory
max connection: The maximum number of connections the client side API is
                allowed to use to external servers. 
proxySet : Should the client API set itself in proxy mode. When you set
            this property, you turn the whole client API to use a proxy.
            See the proxyHost and proxyPort properties.
            This is a boolean property, setting it to any value will enable
            the feature. 
proxyHost : The host name of the machine running the proxy to connect to
            for handling the HTTP protocol. 
proxyPort : The port number of the HTTP proxy to connect to for handling
             the HTTP protocol. 

w3c.www.protocol.http.filters attribute:
       The list of filters you want to run on the client side HTTP
       API. A filter is a class then can catch requests before they
       leave the proxy and get replies has they come back. The
       currently available filters available for the proxy is: 
              A filter that provides HTTP/1.1 caching. 
              A filter that will dump outgoing requests and
              incoming replies to the standard output. 

 All these things are described in Jigsaw User guide :
 Reference Manual -> Resources -> Property Editors -> ProxyProp


- Benoît Mahé -------------------------------------------------------
World Wide Web Consortium                       bmahe@sophia.inria.fr 
Architecture domain - Jigsaw Team               tel : 04 93 65 79 89
Received on Thursday, 11 September 1997 05:09:21 UTC

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