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Re: subclipse and Client certificates

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-04-26 02:34:00 CEST

> How can I get subclipse to use my client certificate?

If you have JavaSVN installed, you are using it. It "impersonates" JavaHL
so you cannot tell by looking at Subclipse. If you were using JavaHL it
would use your Subversion config. JavaSVN being pure Java has its own way
of handling this stuff. I think you have to import your certs into a
keystore or something like that. Perhaps repost the question with JavaSVN
in the subject so that Alexander notices it. I also seem to recall there
were some docs on the JavaSVN web site.


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