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Re: Possible Bug - Repeat authentication when locking

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2015 20:17:25 +0100

On 16.11.2015 16:34, Jonathan LaDeau wrote:
> Hi!
> - Summary -
> When locking multiple files using SVN, authentication doesn't seem to save, and is required for each file, but ultimately fails because of: "Error: No more credentials or we tried too many times.
> Error: Authentication failed"
> 1. Win 7 64 bit
> 2. Seems to be after version 1.81, certainly happening in updated 1.92
> 3. When trying to lock multiple files (more than 4 especially), credentials don't seem to save.

For locking, TSVN passes a list of all the files to lock to the svn
library. It does not lock each file individually.
So if you're asked for authentication multiple times, something else is
wrong. Maybe your auth setup has a too small re-authentication timeout?
Or your server does not allow locking?


> Other note: When trying to lock, the authentication box has "Save authentication" default as CHECKED with no credentials saved. This is happening throughout our group. Thoughts?

I'll improve that right now...


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