Shinobu Kawai <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 11/29/2005 01:01:40 AM:
> We're currently evaluating Subversion, but since we are using WSAD
> 5.1.0 (Eclipse 2.x based) as an IDE, the Subclipse version must be
> 0.9.3.3. I have a SVN server up on my Windows XP PC w/ Apache 2.0.43
> When I try to do something that requires authentication (like
> committing), I get an "Authentication Failed" error. This happens
> regardless of setting the user/password to the SVN Repository
> properties. The same thing happened when I connected to the server
> via the svnserve daemon. Is this a limitation to this
> no-longer-supported version of sublipse?
> If I try the same thing with Eclipse 3.x and the latest Subclipse, a
> dialog pops up requesting my user/password and everything goes fine.
> Our only choice may be to wait for upgrading to a newer version of
> WSAD which is Eclipse 3.x based. :(
If you are using http:// or svn:// connection, then as long as you enter
the correct values in the Repository location in Subclipse it ought to
work. Otherwise, what I would suggest is that you download the Subversion
1.1.4 command line binaries. Use it to make an authenticated connection
to your repository and let it cache the credentials. Then Subclipse ought
to work by entering a location with no credentials at all since they are
However, if you use a Subversion 1.2+ client, or TortoiseSVN, it will
break it. The newer version of Subversion encrypts the credentials. So
when you use those client it will change the cache to be encrypted and the
1.1.4 version of JavaHL included in Subclipse 0.9.3.3 will not be able to
If the credentials are entered in Subclipse, then it should work. The
version of Subclipse you are using will not prompt you for credentials.
I would recommend just using TortoiseSVN until you can update to an
Eclipse 3.x IDE.
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Received on Wed Nov 30 01:43:59 2005