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Absolutely right. This feature ist necessary, especially regarding to big companies (with complex infrastructure needs) who uses FirstSpirit.
Are there any updates on this issue? We're facing the same problem in a customer-project. Is it impossible for the java-client to perform an authentication on a proxy-server?
The issue is too important to be solved⸮
Seriously, why has nothing happened for about one year?
Dear e-Spirit product management,
regarding this feature request over four years passed without any progress. Is there any plan to implement this needful and helpful feature? This would help to prevent extra work in environments where FirstSpirit is used in combination with authenticating proxies.
Especially, when taking a look on work efforts that raised over the years due to incident and help desk tickets (see INC000005606591) on our side, this feature is highly appreciated.
When a feature request could not be realized, it would be interesting why. Maybe there are reasons from a vendor perspective that prevent or complicate an implementation.
Based on the anaylsis session taken today with H. Isenberg (e-Spirit) the integration of the following authentication schemes:
into the FirstSpirit core product is technically possible. Even for all embedded web browsers in FirstSpirit SiteArchitect the mentioned authentication schemes are supported. Open are:
I see that this should be delivered in 5.2R2. Can you please give me a hint what exactly was delivered and where to find it in the manual?
Nevermind: I guess I found it in chapter 22.214.171.124 of the administrator handbook.