Re: Question about cached authentication data
> i have the problem that i have different user accounts for different
> repositories on the same server. (Apache)
> If I save the authentication data for one repository TortoiseSVN seems
> to use this authentication data for every repository on this server. Is
> it possible to change this behaviour. Until now I don`t save the
> autentication data. Because the only way to change the authentication
> date is to delete the saved authentication data in the settings dialog.
> This is very annoying. Or is there any workaound.
Subversion stores the authentication data according to the server root
and the authentication name (AuthName directive).
Just use a different AuthName for each repository.
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Received on 2008-11-17 18:32:37 CET
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