Use the Proxy Servers tab to specify the number of proxy servers that can be used by Design Studio.
The following table describes options on the "Proxy servers" tab.
|Use Proxy Server||When selected, the use of a Proxy Server is enabled.|
|Host||The host name of the proxy server, which can be an IP address, or the fully qualified domain name, such as myproxy.kapowtech.com.|
|Port Number||The port number on the proxy server. Leave this blank to use the default proxy server port 8080.|
|User Name||The user name to use if the proxy server requires a login.|
|Password||The password to use if the proxy server requires a login.|
|Excluded Hosts||Here, you can specify a list of host names that the proxy server should not be used for. Specify one host name per line. Each host name can be an IP address or a fully qualified domain name, such as www.kapowtech.com.|
Use the Import button under the proxy server list to import a list of proxy servers. The file may hold an arbitrary number of proxy server definitions, each of which must comply with the following format:
Where proxyName is a name to identify a particular proxy server. Each proxy server must have its own unique proxyName.
When multiple proxy servers are specified, a new proxy server is selected every time a robot is run.
You can also specify a proxy server for an individual robot. This is done when you configure the robot in the Robot Configuration window in Design Studio. Such a proxy server overrides the proxy servers specified here. See "Configuring Robots" for more information. Furthermore, the proxy server is changed during robot execution with the Change Proxy action.
See "Use Proxy Services" for more details.