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I am still strurrugling to get any of my jetbrains software connect to the internet through our proxy server. I tried everything I know. I use windows, linux and mac. I tried setting general proxy settings in /etc/environment. Nothing
Is it possible that my company's firewall doesn't let phpstorm and pycharm through? What ports does your software need to be open?
Csaba

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Hello!

What are the steps to reproduce the 403 error? Help | Check for Update, updating from Settings | Plugins, or? Can you attach your idea.log?

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What proxy type do you use? Can you access the same addresses not through phpstorm?

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so, when you setup the proxyout.lanl.gov:8080 in your browser settings and then try the same url you use in Settings/HTTP Proxy to check connection, the browser connects to this URL?

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If i put the address as url in the browser, I get this error:

Network Error (gateway_error)

An error occurred attempting to communicate with an HTTP or SOCKS gateway.
The gateway may be temporarily unavailable, or there could be a network problem.


When I try to ping the host, I get the unknown hoast error.

I guess, I will ask the IT guys here what's going on.
Thanks Elena

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Hi Elena!
Here is what I found out from our local IT guys.
JAVA programs are blocked from going to the internet because of the security problems with it. My Java is updated to Version 7 update 40. However, when I go into phpStorm and look at the About window: it says that it uses JRE: 1.7.0_10, which according to our people is very old.
How can I update phpStorm to use the latest Java

Csaba

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Hi there,

Have a look inside PhpStorm.bat -- it says where it searches for Java installation ("(in order): WEBIDE_JDK, ..\jre, JDK_HOME, JAVA_HOME")

Just define WEBIDE_JDK environment variable and point it to your system Java installtion.

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Andriy, could you please tell me how and where to define the WEBIDE_JDK environment variable ?
C

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why is it not automatic during the install?

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why is it not automatic during the install?

What for?

On Windows OS, PhpStorm is supplied with it's own Java, which was tested and considered working fine for IDE requirements. As you can clearly see IDE is able to find it (bundled Java) and launches just fine. In theory (not sure and cannot verify since I do not have Java installed on this PC) if you just rename bundled Java folder (or delete it) it should automatically find your system-wide installation of Java (based on the order in which launcher searches for Java).

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