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From Tim Morrow 2 <tim.mor...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Configuring Continuum to authenticate with SCM
Date Fri, 04 Aug 2006 16:14:20 GMT

I have the same problem.  However I figured out my issue for now (see below).

Meanwhile might I suggest you take a look in
apps/continuum/logs/continuum.log and check for the specific nature of the
error and post it here.  It might reveal the core problem.

I had the same problem when omitting the username & password:
When I try to add a maven 2 project with
  https://host/svn/..../pom.xml
I get "The URL you provided doesn't exist" with this in the logs:
java.io.IOException: Server returned HTTP response code: 401 for URL:
https://svn.shopzilla.com/svn/ConsumerAcquisition/dev/bidding/trunk/keywordcost/pom.xml

When I tried
  https://username:password@host/svn/..../pom.xml
I get "The URL you provided doesn't exist"

But it turns out my password has an "@" in it, which confuses the URL
parser.  This was made clear by examining the log file.

I'm going to work on setting up a user with a simpler password.  Meanwhile,
is there any other sane way of specifying the username/password for an https
url for adding the project?  Or is there another mechanism for locating the
pom.xml (which is a multi-module project)?

Thanks,

Tim

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