Connect to GitHub behind a proxy server

BartmanDilawBartmanDilaw Posts: 11 New member
edited September 19, 2019 9:15AM in Source Control for Oracle
Hi.
I'm trying to create a new Source Control Project with the wizard... (release 5.5.0.2883)
First step (database connection) works fine.
Second step :
I choose Git tab to specify my Git Repository.
I set the first field with my git https address repo.
I set the second field (script folder) with specific name (non existing one) but get an error :

"Error failed to send request: Unable to resolve address or server name."

Then I'm stuck.

My PC works behind a proxy server, but I cannot find where to set this.

Any idea ?
Thanks.

Answers

  • Good Afternoon!

    Please see below how to configure proxy settings:
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/783811/getting-git-to-work-with-a-proxy-server

    Please let me know if this works.

    Thanks!


    Sean Quigley | Product Support Engineer | Redgate Software

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  • squigley said:
    Good Afternoon!

    Please see below how to configure proxy settings:
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/783811/getting-git-to-work-with-a-proxy-server

    Please let me know if this works.

    Thanks!


    Hello squigley...
    My question was about configuring proxy settings behind Source Control while using Git option, not using git behind a proxy (this, I know how to :-))
    Source Control for Oracle seems to work fine with a local repository.

    Unfortunately, when I set the "location of the Git repository to clone from", step 2, tab Git, I get en error :

    Error too many redirects or authentication replays
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    To make it clear, I now am using a local GitLab git server.

    Thanks, and sorry for the delay.
    Regards.
    Alain

  • Hey. I've faced the same issue recently. Would getting a mobile proxy to help me or not? I mean, I've tried everything literally, but nothing has helped. TIA for your help.
  • Hey there. This can be a tricky issue as proxy servers can cause various connection problems. Have you tried reaching out to your IT department or the person in charge of your network settings to see if they can help? They may have a solution to configure your proxy settings. Another option here could be using the best 4g mobile proxy service. These services can help you bypass restrictions and access blocked websites from any location. Hope this helps. Let me know if you still have any questions left.
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