[Subversive 1.1.x] Windows NTLM proxy server support?

baerrach
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[Subversive 1.1.x] Windows NTLM proxy server support?

Postby baerrach » Mon Aug 28, 2006 5:18 am

I know neon is supposed to support this and subclipse works through the NTLM proxy server.

On the Proxy tab, I have enabled the proxy and specified the correct value.
I have also enabled authentication and provided my username and password.
(I've also tried DOMAIN\username) and when I click Ok the same dialog pops up with no error message to indicate why.

Anyone else successfully using subversive with NTLM?

Bae

ivinnykov
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Postby ivinnykov » Mon Aug 28, 2006 10:41 am

Dear Bae,

NTLM support appeared in JavaSVN since 1.1.0 beta2. Subversive doesn't use JavaSVN beta stream 1.1.0, so NTLM support isn't available now. As soon as 1.1.0 will become a stable we will ask JavaSVN authors to release a new JavaSVN version for Subversive.
Best regards,
Igor Vinnykov
Polarion Team

cmenzel
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Postby cmenzel » Mon Sep 10, 2007 9:02 am

What is the current status of NTLM in Subversive? SVNKit (which as far as I can tell is what JavaSVN is called now) says it supports NTLM authentication. But when I use SVNKit with Subversive and configure it to use the proxy here (which uses NTLM authentication) I only get authentication errors.

Thanks
Carl-Eric

cmenzel
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Postby cmenzel » Mon Oct 15, 2007 12:21 pm

I'm still getting only errors when trying to get through an NTLM proxy. What's the status? SVN is currently unusable for me due to this.


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