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Re: subclipse and Client certificates

From: Henning Schmiedehausen <hps_at_intermeta.de>
Date: 2005-04-26 09:48:53 CEST

Hi,

thanks for answering this. Of course you are right. Once I got rid of
JavaSVN (by removing the org.tmatesoft folders from plugins and
features), Subclipse works with client certificates.

Shame on this. :-/ JavaSVN really looked like the right way to go,
however this is a definite killer at least for me.

Maybe this should be mentioned on the subclipse page somewhere; I
started to tear my hairs out yesterday. :-)

        Regards
                Henning

On Mon, 2005-04-25 at 20:34 -0400, Mark Phippard wrote:
> > 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.
>
> Mark
>
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