Thank you for your response.
I've deleted the folder
c:\Documents and Settings\<USERNAME>\Application Data\Subversion\auth
the file .keyring in eclipse
I recreated my workspace....
but the problem ramain.
we investigated the behaviour that occurs by trying to authenticate
to a subversion server (apache httpd + mod svn)
with an NTLM authentication method.
It seems that when the user is currently logged in on the windows domain,
whatever user and whatever password you type in eclipse, the subversive
uses the standard login credentials used by the current windows user.
Although it seems perfect for us, we would like to receive from you a
confirmation of this behaviour, since we are implementing our
and version management with apache + mod dav svn + mod ntlm, and we cannot
let it change in the future.
Originally posted by: alexander.gurov.polarion.org
We have never tested the described configuration. So, I can't provide
exact answer for your question. But please note that SVN Kit-based
connectors may behaves in a different way in compare to native connectors
because SVN Kit-based ones does not have abilities to interact with the