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From "Jens Schmidt" <>
Subject problem with subversion and HTTPS
Date Fri, 11 May 2007 02:16:58 GMT

I am currently setting up a test environment to check out subversion,
continuum and maven on a windows 2003 server. 
All access to the repository goes through HTTPS using apache. 
I created a test certificate using Openssl. 

Everything works perfect so far. 
I can check in and out files and run maven to build projects. 

Here comes the problem: 

When I try to automatically build my test project through continuum I
will receive the following error: 

svn: PROPFIND of '/repository/GEN2/trunk/LiftSimulation': Server
certificate verification failed: certificate issued for a different
hostname, issuer is not trusted (https://localhost) 

Continuum is running as a service on windows at that point. 

When I run continuum from the command line the build works fine. It
works also fine if I run the continuum service as User with my user

I believe it is working with my user account because previously  I
checked out files using "svn co https://xxxxxxx". I was asked to accept
the certificate which i answered with permanent. 

How can I automatically accept certificates in contiuum? 
Anyone had experience with this problem? 




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