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From "Krishnaiah, Shankar" <>
Subject RE: Configuration of Username and password for subversion
Date Wed, 08 Nov 2006 17:49:36 GMT
Hope this helps.

In our system we have configured subversion access via http using

The config for svn in httpd.conf[Apache] looks as

Also define access to the D:\svn directory which is where svn repository

<Directory "D:\svn">
   AllowOverride None
    Options All
    Order allow,deny
    Allow from all

<Location /svn>
	DAV svn
	DavDepthInfinity on 
	SVNParentPath D:\svn
	SVNListParentPath on
	AuthType SSPI
	SSPIAuth On
	SSPIAuthoritative On
	SSPIDomain <domaincontroller>
	SSPIOfferBasic On
	SSPIOmitDomain On
	AuthName "Subversion repositories"
	Require valid-user

This enables access to all users from ldap.

By default Continuum uses the local account to log in to Svn.
There are other modes to specify a
We use the default mode.

So our pom looks svn via the configuration below.


-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Testrot [] 
Sent: 06 November 2006 13:39
Subject: Configuration of Username and password for subversion


I would like to use a subversion repository from continuum, but I don't
know where to configure username and password for subversion.
I would really appreciate some help.


Here is the section with the scm part from my project pom.xml


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