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Resolve a proxy.pac file

Jeffrey Spaulding
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Joined: Jan 15, 2004
Posts: 149

every category was equally wrong for this question, so i put it right
in the middle.

If there is a forum that fits better, please move the post.

I have the following problem.

We have a swing application that connects via XML-RPC to a servlet.
Works beautiful, unless the user sits behind a proxy.
Then there is some more configuration to be done, works through proxy as well.

Since the customer is a big organisation there isn't a specific proxy assigned to a client, instead the automatic proxy configuration via a
proxconfig.pac file is used.

Is there a class somewhere out there that takes the file and does some
parsing and returns the "Proxy du jour".

Just trying not to reinvent ther wheel

Thank you,

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