> I'm using WebSphere 5.1.2. I'm not sure what version of Eclipse it is
Eclipse 2.x. That means the best version of Subclipse is 0.9.3.3. You can
download that from our web site,
This version of Subclipse does not have prompting for passwords. It also
uses Subversion 1.1.4 which may be part of your problem. Subversion
1.2.x/TortoiseSVN 1.2.x encrypt the cached credentials. So I suspect that
might be messing things up for you. I think if you enter a correct
username and password in the repository location it should work. If it
doesn't, then you should download the 1.1.x command line and see if you can
get that working. If you can, then I think Subclipse will start working
I think just entering the right credentials in Subclipse should do it
though. I still have WebSphere 5.1.x lying around and it still works for
me with my saved credentials.
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Received on Thu Dec 8 12:17:15 2005