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Re: [Subclipse-users] Windows integrated authentication question

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-27 16:02:08 CEST

On 9/27/07, Gonzalez Diaz, Xoan <G2485@caixagalicia.es> wrote:
> This is my first message to the list, so apologize for the inconveniences
> and my poor english ...
>
> First of all, thanks for the job in this great plugin!
>
>
>
> I have installed Subversion + Apache 2 + sspi on Windows XP SP2. My goal is
> to configure authentication and authorization for the users from my domain.
> When I access to, i.e., http://server/svn/repositoryname
> with Internet Explorer of Firefox all is fine. Also using TortoiseSvn it
> works great!
>
>
>
> But when I try to access from Subclipse it seems that the user connecting to
> the repository is not the user logged in. Looking for any information about
> the issue I found the next message:
>
> Support for SSPI in Subversion is based in the Neon library, which added
> support for SSPI in version 0.25.1 (with the current version being
> 0.25.4). Developers building Subversion 1.3.0, specifically TortoiseSVN
> which is obviously heavily used by Windows Subversion users where this
> applies, have discovered massive bugs in the SSPI support. Endless loops,
> enormous increases in bandwidth usage, incorrect authentication etc...
> Therefore, the JavaHL that I ship with the Windows version of Subclipse is
> compiled with the SSPI support in Neon turned off. TortoiseSVN has had to
> make the same change. When/if the problems are resolved in an official
> Neon release, we will look into enabling it in our build.
>
> That being said, if neither JavaSVN nor JavaHL are falling back to basic
> auth I would think you have a server misconfiguration of some sort.
>
> Mark
>
>
> Is there any new about the question? Are now sspi supported? Could I achieve
> integrated authentication in some other way??

Subclipse uses the binaries you can download from
subversion.tigris.org. I do not know if they have this turned on or
off. I would expect that it supports SSPI. Try the command line you
can download from that location.

Also, I do not know if SVNKit supports SSPI. So you might check which
client you are using in the preferences. JavaHL or SVNKit.

-- 
Thanks
Mark Phippard
http://markphip.blogspot.com/
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