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Configuring Hybrid Data Pipeline for JDBC : Getting started with the JDBC driver : Connecting Through a Proxy Server
  

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Connecting Through a Proxy Server

In some environments, your application may need to use a proxy server to connect to the Hybrid Data Pipeline connectivity service.
If your application connects to the Hybrid Data Pipeline connectivity service through a proxy server, it needs to provide the following connection information:
*Server name or IP address of the proxy server (required)
*Port number on which the proxy server is listening for HTTPS requests (required)
*Credentials for the proxy server (required if the server requires authentication, consult your system administrator)
Specify the proxy server connection information in the JDBC URL or JDBC data source using the ProxyHost, ProxyPort, ProxyUser, and ProxyPassword connection properties. The following example illustrates use of these properties (URL elements are shown on separate lines for readability; enter them without line breaks):
jdbc:datadirect:ddhybrid://myserver:8080;
hybridDataPipelineDataSource=myDataSource;
proxyHost=myProxyHost;
proxyPort=1234;
proxyUser=theProxyUser;
proxyPassword=myProxyPassword;
user=mycloudusername,
password=mycloudpassword