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This image notes any new content for version 17 of the product. For more information please see the Release Notes or What's New topics.Configuring Proxy for Connecting to a REST Web Service

In a restricted network when a proxy is used for connecting to a REST Web Service as the data source, you can set the proxy parameters in a configuration file in Logi Report so as for the proxy to work successfully. You need manually create the configuration file in the XML format, named restdsproxy.xml, in the directory <install_root>\bin.

The following is an example of the configuration file and the detailed description of each tag in the file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<proxyhost></proxyhost> <proxyport>8888</proxyport> <user>user1</user>

<proxyhost></proxyhost> <proxyport>80</proxyport> <user>user2</user>



  • restdsproxy
    The root tag that contains one or more <proxymapping> sub-tags.
  • proxymapping
    Represents the whole set of parameters of a proxy. It contains the following sub-tags each defining a specific proxy parameter.
  • urlpattern
    A regular expression string supported by Java that matches the URL of a REST Web Service. If there are multiple URL patterns that match the same URL, the proxy setting in the <proxymapping> tag that contains the first one matched will take effect.
  • proxyhost
    The host name or IP address of the proxy.
  • proxyport
    The port number of the proxy.
  • user
    The user name used for the proxy authentication. It is optional.
  • password
    The password used for the proxy authentication. It is optional.

Note: The <user> and <password> information is encrypted, and replaced by the <encrypt-sign> tag after Logi Report starts up as follows:


If you want to change the user or password, delete the <encrypt-sign> tag and then add the <user> and <password> tags in the restdsproxy.xml.

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