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Problem with username/password

From: Sascha Herpers <herpers_at_wiso.uni-koeln.de>
Date: 2006-07-24 08:36:51 CEST


I have a repository on a server running apache and serving the
repository through http/https. So far everything worked fine untill I
update the (windows) svn-binaries from 1.2.3 to the current version.

Now I constantly get errors like this one (translated from german):
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '<path>'
svn: PROPFIND von '<path>': 401 Authorization Required (<server>)

I tried using --username and --password, but without success. Looking at
the error log of apache, I can see, that these parameters are ignored.
<domain>\\<user> is used instead.

Can somebody tell me, why it worked with the previous version (1.2.3)?
How can I force svn.exe to use the supplied user and password?


    Sascha Herpers
    Universität zu Köln
    Seminar für Supply Chain Management und Produktion
    50923 Köln
    E-Mail: herpers@wiso.uni-koeln.de
    Tel.:   (0221) 4 70 - 37 40
    Fax:    (0221) 4 70 - 51 40
    WWW:    http://www.scmp.uni-koeln.de
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