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Re: [Subclipse-users] Subclipe ignoring Accept Permanently and Save Password

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-11-07 15:10:00 CET

polymonic@gmail.com wrote on 11/07/2006 12:00:39 AM:

> I am experiencing the following issue with Subclipse:
> I connect to my repository https://spilth.devguard.com/svn/rpgam
> The Accept Digital Certificate dialog display, showing:
> Error validating server certificate for
> - Unknown certificate issuer
> Fingerprint:
> Distinguished name: Equifax Secure Inc., US
> I click Accept Permanently
> Enter Username and Password dialog displays.
> I enter my username, password and check Save Password. I click OK
> I navigate to a folder in my Repository and the Accept Digital
> dialog displays again.
> I click Accept Permanently.
> Enter Username and Password dialog display again.
> I would assume the Accept Permanently button and Save Password checkbox
> would prevent me from having to do that every time.

Another user had a similar problem a week or so ago. As best we could
figure it was a problem in JavaHL not properly creating the runtime
configuration area. Open the Windows Run dialog and enter %APPDATA% and
click OK. This will open up a folder where config info is stored. There
should be a folder named Subversion. Try renaming it and restarting
Eclipse so that it is recreated. This works for me, but did not work for
some other people. The folder should have a structure like this:


If those folders beneath auth do not exist, there is no where to store the


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