Camel salesforce component exposes an httpClient property in SalesforceEndpointConfig to provide a custom Jetty HTTP client configured with HTTP proxy settings. But this requires writing a factory bean o simply inject simple properties in the HTTP client.
The maven plugin does not expose any mechanism to provide a custom HTTP client.
Both the component and the plugin should expose simple properties to configure:
- HTTP proxy host, port, username and password for proxy-authentication
- All other basic properties of Jetty Http client, for e.g. connectTimeout, timeout, removeIdleDestinations, etc.