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Re: [Subclipse-users] SVN Login issues...

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-07 17:12:18 CEST

"Anil N. Juthani" <ajuthani4@hotmail.com> wrote on 09/07/2006 10:49:51 AM:

> I have the SVN repository linked to the Eclipse and am logged in as a
> particular user, say 'A'. Now, I would like to change the user to say
'B',
> so that the files I check in and check out have 'B' as the user and not
'A'.
> I would appreciate if you could help me in this regards.

If you have allowed the credentials of user A to be cached, then you need
to delete those credentials. Once you do, or if you have not cached them
to begin with, then the next time you do an operation, such as commit,
that require credentials, you will be prompted for them.

You need to know which adapter you are using in order to delete your
credentials.

JavaSVN credentials are stored in the Eclipse .keyring file. You can
delete or rename this file to remove all cached credentials.
JavaHL credentials are stored in the Subversion runtime configuration area
which is shared by all Subversion clients. See:

http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.2/svn.serverconfig.netmodel.html#svn.serverconfig.netmodel.credcache

Mark

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