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Monitoring Proxy Activities

Managing Proxies
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Re-creating Proxies After Proxy Service Is Stopped
The proxy computers are listed in the
Existing Proxies
Existing Proxies
Existing Proxies
Existing Proxies
grid of the Proxy
Administration dialog box.
When proxy service stops, either explicitly or during Windows shutdown, all proxy
computers are deleted. Therefore, you must create new proxy computers before you
start proxy recording. For information about creating a proxy computer, see Creating
a Proxy Computer
on page 6-11.
Proxy service is not automatically shut down (and therefore, proxy computers are not
deleted) if you:
Exit Robot but do not exit Windows.
Log off our NT session but do not exit Windows.
Monitoring Proxy Activities
You can view information about existing proxies in the
Existing Properties
Existing Properties
Existing Properties
Existing Properties
grid of the
Proxy Administration dialog box. The grid has the following columns:
Click
Refresh
Refresh
Refresh
Refresh
to update the information in the grid.
Column in Grid
Meaning
Proxy:Port
The name and port number of the proxy computer.
Server:Port
The name and port number of the server computer. Client requests to
the server are routed through the proxy.
Connections
The current number of connections to the server.
State
The state of the proxy:
ACTIVE The proxy is available for recording.
RECORD The proxy is recording.
CLOSE_WAIT A request has been issued to delete the proxy. The
proxy is deleted as soon as it is no longer in use. If the proxy is in use,
new connect requests are accepted.
CLOSE_WAIT_NOCONN A request has been issued to delete the
proxy. The proxy is deleted as soon as it is no longer in use. If the
proxy is in use, new connect requests are not accepted.