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proxy server issue


I am trying to create a social gadget in streamwork.

I am using GitHub to host my application. However,I am having trouble in connecting to GitHub using ssh because of proxy issues.

I tried to set the http.proxy variable based on the information obtained from the portal (Tred proxy:8081 and proxy:8083) but that did not help.

Another suggestion listed on the web was to create a config file. that did not help as well.
One thing which I need confirmation is what is the correct proxy server. I tried proxy:8083 and proxy:8081. If none of these are correct, it would explain the issue.
If one of them is the correct proxy then I am not sure what I am missing here.

I understand this is not a question directly related to the streamworks area, but if someone has experienced this and could provide a suggestion/solution it would be helpful.


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    Posted on Aug 02, 2012 at 10:33 AM

    Dear Ms. Bhandari,

    Thank you for contacting SAP Cloud Support.

    Gadgets can no longer be registered on Gadgets must now be registered on the sandbox environment at When a new gadget is approved by the SAP StreamWork developer relations team, it will be copied to the SAP StreamWork production environment.

    For more information, see Registering a gadget.

    Please feel free to contact us in case if you have any further questions.

    Many Thanks!


    Smitha HS
    SAP Cloud Support

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      Hello Smita,

      Thanks for your response.

      I understand we need to register the gadgets on the sandbox environment. I did not make it clear in my message. However, the issue I am facing is related to SAP internal network configurations. I am currently being helped by the streamwork collegue from Walldorf.



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