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From vrampal <vram...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: svn over self signed ssl when running continuum in tomcat
Date Fri, 22 Aug 2008 13:14:10 GMT

there you go!

checkout in this way

http://login:password@/svn/yourproject/head/pom.xml


marquicus wrote:
> 
> The solution!!!, i think is a work around, just add to the jvm directives
> the following
> flag:"-Dmaven.scm.svn.config_directory=/path/to/.subversion", internally,
> when the engine finds this property, add to the svn line the argument
> "--config-dir", which is the folder when svn reads the configuration, the
> auth cache, etc
> 
> one note, is that the owner of the process of the server where is running
> continnum needs to accept the certificate permanently first (we can set
> the config-dir to other users/.subversion directory, but for avoid future
> problems, i think is better if we do it with the owner of the server
> process and use a self-owner/customsubversion directory) this could be
> avoid just with "svn list https://<address>/repo." and enter "p", 
> 
> i also add the issuer to the cacerts but it is not necessary
> 
> Marco 
> 
> 
> Mike Ahlers wrote:
>> 
>> Hi,
>> 
>> Just to add a comment. I have been in exactly the same situation, i.e.
>> self signed ssl with Continuum running in Jboss. I can confirm that
>> having a home directory with auth files is needed and solves the problem.
>> 
>> Regards,
>> Mike
>> 
> 
> 

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