OIDC plugin installation fails behind HTTP proxy

Cantor, Scott cantor.2 at osu.edu
Wed Jun 2 14:16:08 UTC 2021

The supported method of defining your own client is not handled by cracking open a jar, it's documented [1].

You define a Spring file with the bean(s) you want, and use -hc to specify the name of the HTTP client and then pass the name of the Spring file on the end of the plugin command.

OTOH if you managed to get a proxy-supporting bean running and it still didn't work....not much I can say. It has worked in the past. Maybe Apache's proxy support broke.

The plugin installer can also be forced to bypass remote connections in the worst case.

-- Scott

[1] https://wiki.shibboleth.net/confluence/display/IDP4/PluginInstallation

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