WunderGraph supports using HTTP or HTTPS proxies for both introspection and to make HTTP requests at runtime. This affects APIs that are transported through HTTP, namely GraphQL (either directly or via federation) and OpenAPI based data sources.
Both HTTP and HTTPS proxies are supported. When talking to an HTTPS API through an HTTP server, WunderGraph will open a socket using and HTTP CONNECT request.
Configuring a global proxy server
To set a global proxy for all your APIs, use
defaultHttpProxyUrl when calling
The proxy can be set to either a string or an environment variable, using
defaultHttpProxyUrl reads the global proxy URL from the
WG_HTTP_PROXY environment variable.
This global proxy definition can be overridden on every data source.
Configuring a proxy for a single data source
All data sources that use a HTTP transport have an
httpProxyUrl field that can be set when defining them:
Data sources that don't specify any proxy will use the global one. To override the global HTTP proxy by disabling it, set
In the same way as the global proxy,
httpProxyUrl can also take an