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Re: [subversive-defects] Unable to Commit, No valid credentials provided

Deleting me ~/.subversion/auth folder seemed to have no effect.

I should mention I can commit just find using the svn command line
client, so the credentials are correct (assuming Subversive uses the
same credential storage location as the command line client).

Why can svn commit just find, but Subversive cannot?


On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 3:54 AM, Alexander Gurov
<alexander.gurov@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> It is very sad that your first expirience with Subversive is like this, but
> let's try to find solution for the problem.
> First of all which protocol do you use to connect with the server?
> Then there is something worth considering:
> 1) check if there are incorrect credentials stored in the SVN credentials
> cache in the user home directory
> 2) check if there are incorrect credentials stored in the corresponding
> repository location
> If there any, then please just clear them and then enter the right ones.
> And if there any steps to reproduce the issue I will be glad to find its
> reason and correct described behaviour.
> Best regards,
> Alexander Gurov
> Subversive Team.
> 26.10.2011 19:32, Chris Spencer пишет:
>> Hi,
>> Sorry if this is the wrong list. I could only find the dev and defects
>> list, and this question didn't sound like a dev issue.
>> I'm using Subversive 0.7.9 with SVNKit 1.3.5 in Eclipse 3.7 on Ubuntu
>> 10.04.
>> I recently switched from Subclipse, and I'm finding I'm unable to
>> commit in any projects using Subversive, receiving the error:
>> Some of selected resources were not committed.
>> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
>> svn: Negotiate authentication failed: 'No valid credentials provided'
>> Subversive prompted me for my password once during my first commit
>> attempt, where I'm pretty sure I entered my username/password
>> correctly, and then gave me this error. I've Googled this error, but
>> I'm having trouble finding any resolutions, especially in the context
>> of Subversive.
>> How do I fix the credentials Subversive is using?
>> Regards,
>> Chris
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