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From Joerg Heinicke <joerg.heini...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: Using Subversion (or CVS) as a (password-protected) resource
Date Thu, 12 Feb 2004 18:14:34 GMT
On 08.02.2004 01:06, Richard In Public wrote:

> Hi
> 
> I have a number of OpenOffice Writer files (*.sxw) in a Subversion 
> repository (think CVS if you don't know Subversion).
> 
> I want to pull these from the repository and through Yves Vindevogel's 
> OpenOffice generator.
> 
> This should be pretty simple as the repository is served via Apache: For 
> example, http://www.myserver.net/svn/oo/mydoc.sxw will fetch mydoc.sxw 
> for download.
> 
> Following Yves' guidelines, I'm attempting to access these files with:
> <map:part src="jar:http://www.myserver.net/svn/oo/mydoc.sxw!/... " /> etc.
> 
> My problem is that the repository is password protected.  I've tried
> using http://user:password@www.myserver.net/svn/oo/mydoc.sxw but it 
> makes no difference.

Just try it in your browser. If this works, but with Cocoon it does not 
try it without jar: first and tell us if it works. If not tell us the 
exception.

> Is this the correct way to pass authentication details to a server?

AFAIK it's not standard conform but works for most webservers.

Joerg

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