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slim_liu
Contributor
Contributor

how to connect to salesforce using proxy

I have deploy qlik replicate to red hat server (version : 7.5);  The linux server must use proxy when connect to saleforce  sandbox mode (https://test.salesforce.com)  ;

But When I created a salesforce source endpoint  , i encounter "connection failed" problem;

Did qlik replicate not use system proxy when connected to salesforce?

how can i solve this problem ? thanks!

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john_wang
Support
Support

Hi @slim_liu , @MarinaEmbon ,

As Marina pointed out there is no direct way to connect to salesforce via Proxy in Replicate. however as you know already define an OS variable is a perfect WorkAround:

export HTTPS_PROXY=https://<ip>:<port>

 

you can add it to "site_arep_login.sh" script file so far it will be called automatically.

 

Regards,

John.

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MarinaEmbon
Employee
Employee

Thank you for this question.

Unfortunately currently, Replicate doesn't support using a proxy to connect to salesforce.

Please submit this as an idea so that we will consider this enhancement in the future.

Marina

john_wang
Support
Support

Hi @slim_liu , @MarinaEmbon ,

As Marina pointed out there is no direct way to connect to salesforce via Proxy in Replicate. however as you know already define an OS variable is a perfect WorkAround:

export HTTPS_PROXY=https://<ip>:<port>

 

you can add it to "site_arep_login.sh" script file so far it will be called automatically.

 

Regards,

John.

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Bing_lian
Contributor II
Contributor II

Hi John, 

How could i do this in Windows? I can't find the script you mentioned above in Windows server. 

john_wang
Support
Support

Hello @Bing_lian ,

On Windows you may use "set" command, for example:

set HTTP_PROXY=https://username:pwd@proxy.company.com:8080
set HTTPS_PROXY=https://username:pwd@proxy.company.com:8080

Reference article:

Use the Salesforce CLI from Behind a Company Firewall or Web Proxy 

 

Hope this helps.

Regards,

John.

john_wang
Support
Support

Hello @Bing_lian ,

We cannot manange it to work after deep investigation. The previous conclusion is inaccurate.

Thanks for your article. let's continue trace it with PM.

https://community.qlik.com/t5/Suggest-an-Idea/Request-Qlik-replicate-to-support-Proxy-in-Salesforce-...

 

Regards,

John.