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Password is requested even it is cached

From: <Petr.Lautner_at_tietoenator.com>
Date: 2007-03-08 15:11:24 CET

Hi all, we use batches to update sources during night builds. Developers
can also run those batches manualy during the day.
There is defined pseudo-user with readonly acces whose credentials are
stored in directory on server and update batches use it as value of
argument --config-dir

Subversion server is on Linux, working copy is on Win2003. The same
situation is with WC on Win XP.

It worked fine until we upgraded clients from 1.0.6 to 1.4.3 (big jump,
isn't it;), i.e. passwords became encrypted.
Configuration is still used (SSL certificate, username is not prompted)
but password for pseudo-user must be given if the actual user is
different from the last one who had run the batch.
The same situation is also when batch is run by the same user from
another workstation.

Workaround is to use decrypted password, but I think this not the

Any other suggestion or explanation is welcomed

Best regards
Petr Lautner
Received on Thu Mar 8 15:11:56 2007

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