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(SM) Support Tip: How to configure proxy for out-bound webservice in Service Manager

Service Manager is integrated with any 3rd party solution through webservice and there are two kinds of webservice communication, in-bound and out-bound.

In-bound webservice  : SM Server(webservice provider) <-- 3rd party solution (webservice consumer)

Out-bound webservice : SM Server(webservice consumer) --> 3rd party solution(webservice provider)

For out-bound webservice, it is required to configure proxy properly according to the location of target systems

 

In Service Manager, we can use common java parameters for proxy setting.

<sm.ini>

JVMOption1:-Dhttp.proxyHost=proxyserver.domain.company.com

JVMOption2:-Dhttp.proxyPort=<port number, e.g. 8088>

JVMOption3:-Dhttp.nonProxyHosts="*.domain.company.com|localhost"

 

When target systems are on the internet and intranet both, it needs to configure nonProxyHosts exactly.

 

These parameters can be used in sm.cfg if setting proxy only for some of dedicated servlets

All parameters of sm.ini affects all of servlets.

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