|Maven3 plugin and SVN [message #1066757]
||Thu, 04 July 2013 08:59
| Thomas Klinger
Registered: July 2013
well, first of all, thanks for providing this forum. To be honest, I usually do not often work with Java or with Eclipse, but sometimes it's part of my job, so ...
Currently I try to move our Hudson installation from an old Mac to a brandnew one. I did it by installing Glassfish 18.104.22.168 on the new one and inserted Hudson.war as application to it. Then I installed the same plugins on the fresh Hudson installation as we have it on the old one. Next step then was to somehow replicate the jobs we had on the previous Mac to the new one as well. Everything worked like a charm.
But now I'm stuck on the builds. One job checks out some sources from an SVN and then invokes the Marven3 plugin to build the app itself. Until that step everything works as usual, but whenever Marven is started, it requires a username/password to be able to login to our SVN.
That's actually weird, because I provided the correct credentials wherever it was required and even logged in to the SVN using the same user and configured Subversion in a way, that the password it stored locally as well. Nothing helps, no way to get that thing working.
org.tmatesoft.svn.core.SVNAuthenticationException: svn: E170001: Authentication required for '<svn://oursvnserver:3690>'
I actually have no clue anymore what to do. On the old server it was working perfectly.
Has someone some hints where to continue troubleshooting this?
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