-help command line switch:
How can I work with C/C++test via proxy?
Typically, if you connect through a proxy server, you need to configure the connection by passing protocol-specific system properties to the
JVM – using the
-D command line option.
To work with Cwith C/C++test, ensure ensure that the system properties for the HTTPS protocol (are configured. At a minimum, you must configure
https.proxyPort) are configured.
=[port number]. If your proxy server requires authentication, you can configure your credentials with the
Your command line may resemble the following:
java -Dhttps.proxySet=true -Dhttps.proxyHost=myserver.example.com -Dhttps.proxyPort=8080
In addition, you can configure the
https.nonProxyHosts property to specify hosts where connection via proxy is not required.
If you use C/C++test on desktop with Eclipse, the proxy settings are automatically detected and do not need to be configured in the command line.
The proxy mode is not supported for Visual Studio.
How do I fix a failed installation while integrating C/C++test with Visual Studio with a registry key suffix specified?
What if some characters fail to be properly displayed in C/C++test reports?
Reports generated by Parasoft products require a sans-serif font to be available in your environment. If your report fails to correctly display some characters, such as national characters, ensure that a sans-serif font is installed on your system.
Working in the IDE
Why do I get notified that Parasoft Plugin or its components are slowing down Visual Studio 2017 or 2019 on startup?