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Re: HTTPS Authentication help

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2009 18:55:28 +0200

On 19.10.2009 17:43, mavalos88 wrote:
> Hi,
> I've been having problems setting up TortoiseSVN to work with HTTPS
> Authentication. I've set up my repository in https://localhost/repo
> I use that URL to connect from my workstation(obviously with the IP
> address instead of localhost). I get a message on Tortoise saying that
> there is a problem with the certificate (which is fine, I'm aware of
> it). I click on Allow access permanently, and after that Tortoise
> doesn't ask me for any user or password. It just shows me the
> following error message:
> The OPTIONS response did not include the requested activity-collection-
> set;
> this often means that the URL is not WebDAV-enabled.
> I just checked and my webserver has WebDAV enabled so I don't think
> that's the problem.

How did you enable WebDAV? How does your svn section look like in the
apache config file?

> I can also use my browser fine to get to the repository. It asks me
> for my user and password with no problem.

a webbrowser doesn't use WebDAV at all but simple, plain http.


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