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Re: login dialog doesn't seem to store login data

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-09-16 16:45:04 CEST

micxer <micxer@port82.de> wrote on 09/16/2005 10:36:23 AM:

> I'm using the subclipse plugin for Eclipse. Eclipse runs on my Windows
> XP machine and the server runs on Linux. I'm using the Apache DAV module
> with SSL for accessing the repository and almost everything works fine
> except that I have to enter my username and password for each
> synchronization request and each Commit/Update request. Of course, this
> could be seen as very safe, but for me it's quite annoying. The strange
> thing is, that the client seems to cache the password but either while
> saving it from the last request or loading it for the next one, it is
> getting corrupted somehow. The log of the Apache server contains the
> following line for each request:
> [Fri Sep 16 14:44:43 2005] [error] [client] user micxer:
> authentication failure for "/svn/dyntool/DynamicTools": Password
> And, of course, after an unsuccessful request with the saved login data
> the client asks again for the correct data.
> Does anyone have the problem or a solution for this?

Read the following, which explains how Subversion caches info. I am
pointing you to the docs because on Windows it can be in several places.


Once you find the cache, try removing it so that it can be created again.

If that does not get you anywhere then let us know which adapter you are



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