|Re: [subversive-defects] Unable to Commit, No valid credentials provided|
I'm not fully aware of how the integration with the "Secure Storage" works, since it was done in 2-3 years I was away from the project, but I think in order to avoid this "Secure Storage Password" dialog you can erase stored SVN authentication at Window->Preferences->General->Security->Secure Storage.
Then, if you could, please answer a few questions in order to let me know of some starting points to look for the issue:
1) If you have the errors in the log, could you please send me a stack trace? 2) Also which protocol was used to access the repository (http, https, svn, svn+ssh, file)? 3) After installing JavaHL connector is there any version information in the combo with the connectors to select in Window->Preferences->Team->SVN->SVN Connector? 4) Is this "Secure Storage" protected by password? If so, and if there are some fine moments regarding configuring the "Secure Storage", could you please tell me how I should do it in order to reproduce the same configuration as yours (but no need for the password itself, of course :-) )?
Best regards, Alexander. 15.11.2011 16:54, Chris Spencer wrote:
My credentials are definitely correct. As you suggested, I tried clearing and re-entering them through the "Location Properites" dialog, but it still gives me the "no credentials provided" error when I try and commit. Installing JavaHL has made things even worse. It prompted me for an additional "Secure Storage Password". Now, when I try and commit, it prompts me for *that* password. No Subversive icons appear in my Resources pane, and any Team action I try to make results in an "Operation Failed" dialog showing error messages like: SVN: '0x00400039: Collecting Resources' operation finished with error:<init> <init> I've tried restarting Eclipse, and deleting my ~/.subversion/auth directory, and the problem persists. On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 2:44 AM, Alexander Gurov <alexander.gurov@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Regarding your answer, I do understand that "the wrong credentials stored in the Subversion cache" is not the case for the issue. Then there are still another options: 1) check if there are incorrect credentials stored in the corresponding repository location You can check it in the "SVN Repository Exploring" perspective: - open repository location properties, - then check credentials fields. Please note that due to support of svn:externals, credentials are stored per authentication realm, so if there are something in the "Show Credentials For" field - just delete it using red cross button on the right side of the field. 2) the error message is a bit ambiguous, so it is possible that it really says "no credentials provided". If so, then there is a question why no authentication request dialog is shown, but still it worth checking and entering valid credentials directly into the repository location properties. Considering option 2 there is a possibility, that something is wrong in the Subversive/SVN Kit integration code. If it is the case, then you can try activating a Native JavaHL connector in order to check if authentication works with it or not. Best regards, Alexander. 14.11.2011 20:15, Chris Spencer wrote: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? Regards, Chris 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 wrote: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 _______________________________________________ subversive-defects mailing list subversive-defects@xxxxxxxxxxx https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/subversive-defects_______________________________________________ subversive-defects mailing list subversive-defects@xxxxxxxxxxx https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/subversive-defects_______________________________________________ subversive-defects mailing list subversive-defects@xxxxxxxxxxx https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/subversive-defects_______________________________________________ subversive-defects mailing list subversive-defects@xxxxxxxxxxx https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/subversive-defects
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