JAVA Socket over HTTP Proxy

Posted on 2007-08-03
Last Modified: 2013-12-29
Is there any chance to write a SererSocket->Socket connection which can be used over a HTTP Proxy in a bidirectional mode?

I want to send data between two hosts by using Standard Sockets over an PROXY Server. The Data is right now not HTTP compatible... but i am fine to add headers.
Question by:woigl
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    the source code is available with this have a look into them on how its done

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    And this socket is bi-directional? because i wanna keep streaming data for an hour or two. As well as how can i send data (which is most probably ByteCode) over it not to get killed by the proxy?

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