On 24.12.2009 07:33, Ryan J Ollos wrote:
> christopher.reynard wrote:
>> We are required to have users authenticate but this information must not
>> be 'permanently' cached. Having to continuously enter user/pass
>> credentials just isnt really practical but entering them once at the
>> beginning of a session would be fine. Just wondering if you or anyone else
>> discovered a solution for this.
> I have the same issue as well using SVN with mod_dav_svn. We have several
> development systems in a lab where a users tests their code on the hardware
> (each machine has a single shared OS account). Users frequently use TSVN
> and so get prompted for their username / password frequently.
> We can't cache authentication data for those users because users would
> inevitably frequently forget to clear their authentication data before
> leaving the machine. I'm not too concerned about the security risk because
> its a secure building, but the log info for a checkin must be associated
> with the users performing the checkin. If we allowed authentication data to
> be cached, then inevitably users would end up performing checkins to the
> repository under a cached username that is not their own.
> Ideally I would like to be able to:
> * Specify the interval for which a username / password get cached (e.g. 30
Would require a change in the svn library. Can't be done in TSVN directly.
> * Have this info cleared when a user logs out.
"Some people like to have the authentication data deleted when they log
off Windows, or on shutdown. The way to do that is to use a shutdown
script to delete the %APPDATA%\Subversion\auth directory, e.g.
rmdir /s /q "%APPDATA%\Subversion\auth"
You can find a description of how to install such scripts at
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Received on 2009-12-24 11:42:52 CET