|SVN password dialog appearing on every operation [message #557992]
||Thu, 09 September 2010 17:32
| David M. Karr
Registered: July 2009
I've been using Subversive in Eclipse for quite a while. Connections to the SVN server work transparently without having to enter my SVN login/password info.|
Yesterday morning my login was moved from one windows domain to another. I'm still trying to recover from the symptoms that caused. I've fixed most of them, but I'm still having trouble with SVN/Subversive in Eclipse.
I realized that I had to remove the "secure_storage" file and have Eclipse recreate it. When I did that, it fixed a problem with being unable to save settings in the "Network Connections" preferences page. I can now save those settings successfully.
The remaining symptom is this: When I try to do any SVN operation it brings up the SVN password dialog. If I enter the correct password, the operation works, but when I do another SVN operation, it brings up the password dialog again. In fact, when I do "show history", I think that makes two SVN connections, because it brings up the password dialog twice. I'm finding that the password value set in the field is actually correct, because if I click OK, it appears to get past the dialog. In the case of "show history", I have to click OK on the dialog twice before it shows the SVN history.
Looking in the "Secure Storage" preferences page, I'm not sure what I should expect to see here. The "Contents" tab shows three sections in the tree, being essentially "secure storage", "SVN", and "Network Connections" (those aren't the exact labels). The information in the first and third seem reasonable. The information in the "SVN" section shows 4 SVN URLs. When I click on any of them, the "ID/Value" table is empty. I would think I should see something in that table like "user" and "password". Strangely, the SVN login dialog does get populated with the correct information, but it shouldn't be prompting me.
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