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RE: Re: Repo-Browser treis to Login with https connection

From: Paul Hoefakker <PHoefakker_at_inconso.de>
Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2013 01:24:20 -0800 (PST)

Hello Stefan,

I checked our repository settings and authentication. These are correct. All is also working with Tortoise

Can it be that the problem only occurs with an old repository (Subversion Version 1.6.12)

> On 12.12.2013 16:00, Paul Hoefakker wrote:
> > Hello Simon, hello Stefan,
> >
> > I mean: it only occurs in directories which contain only linked repositories (externals). In our case: We use for our software 6 Repositories. (one for Data, one for the Programs, one for the database objects etc.) To handle this we created a top directory which hasn't got entries in it. The directory only got in the SVN Properties the declaration of externals which point to directories of the different repositories.
> > So if you check out the top directory you get subdirectories which are pointing direct to entries in the different repositories.
> >
> > Now the case we need a solution for:
> > Starting the Repo-browser on the Top-directory (with only externals in the properties) causes a popup window which asks for Authentication:
> > <https://.....:443> Subversion Repository
> > Requests username and a password.......
> >
> > Our repository-server is a internal server which hasn't got a web (http/https) interface (security)
> >
> > By canceling this window causes the popup of the same window and showing of his subdirectories (the externals). Only by closing the Repo-browser window and afterwards closing the popup authentication this endless loop stops (but also the windows explorer task).
> >
> > If I do not start the repo-browser but enter the top directory and start the Repo-browser on one of the subdirectories which are created with the externals, the Repo-browser works fine (without authentication).
> >
> > Also the setting of the option given by Stefan Küng doesn't work.
> >
> >
> > I hope you can reproduce this case now.
> Sorry, but I've set up a test environment like this, and I don't get any
> authentication popups, i.e. it works fine for me here.
> Please check that *all* the svn:externals properties point to
> repositories that you have read access to. Maybe you got an external set
> up that doesn't exist anymore or is otherwise malformed?
> Also, what's the layout in the repository exactly? Is the 'top folder'
> in the same repository? At what url?
> Stefan
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