PUT with proxy-support

Thomas Jollans t at jollybox.de
Thu Aug 25 13:18:49 CEST 2011


On 25/08/11 13:07, Shashwat Anand wrote:
> I want to make a PUT request.
> I need some headers of my own ( certificates etc ) and I need to
> mandatorily use a proxy.
> Also the url is of the form http://www.xyz.com/abc and I don't have
> permission to put data
> on http://www.xyz.com while I do have permission to put data
> on http://www.xyz.com/abc
> 
> I tried httplib, httplib2, urllib2 with no avail.

What did you try? What problems did you run into?

I'm sure there is a way in Python, and chances are you were already
close to finding it -- show us what you tried, what actually happened,
including any error messages in full, and what you wanted to happen.

Thomas


> I managed to do this via command line curl:
> 
> $ curl http:/xyz.com/testing/shashwat/test.txt
> <http://xyz.com/testing/shashwat/test.txt> -T test.txt -H "sw-version:
> 1.0" -H
> "CA-Cert-Auth:v=1;a=yxyz.prod;h=10.10.0.1;t=1316594650;s=.AeEYJMMfElN74fnWD3GlXJ4J.1KiQFg--"
> --proxy proxy.xyz.com:3128 <http://proxy.xyz.com:3128> -H
> "Content-Type:text/plain"
> 
> Is there a way to do it in python apart from using command line curl in
> python.
> The machine is RHEL4 and is giving hard time installing pycurl.
> 
> 
> 




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