Hi There guys. Here's my problem. Our rich client java application uses web services to communicate to our web server. At one of our clients, they run a squid proxy on Linux. When a web service gets called, it seems that the squid proxy returns a error message 'Error 400 - Bad Request'. I did some digging around, and found that the squid proxy does not handle relative url's, but only absolute url's, and that's the reason for the apparent 'Error 400'. Seeing that we cannot change our application at this point, is there a way to configure squid to ignore this? Maybe some other work-around suggestion?