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Save authentication for different repositories on same server

From: <olly_at_flupp.de>
Date: 2007-07-16 20:14:19 CEST

Dear TortoiseSVN users,

I have access to two different repositories on the same server, but with different logins.

For example:

login1 for https://svn.example.com/repository_one
login2 for https://svn.example.com/repository_two

I stored the first login using "[X] Save authentication" in the Authentication dialog. But if I try do access repository_two, tortoiseSVN sends login1 and does not ask for login2.

Did I do something wrong or is the authentication data really stored per host and not per repository URL?

I checked %APPDATA%\Subversion\auth\svn.simple\*
There is not the full URL stored, but the host name.

The question is if its possible to have different stored authentication data for different repositories even if the repositories are on the same host.

Thank you and greetings,

Olly

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Received on Mon Jul 16 19:37:53 2007

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