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tag98007
I think I've tracked the issue down to :
# You also need to make sure that the user running your webserver has
# permission to run the client SCM program (eg, cvs, p4, svn), and to
# connect to the repository.

Is there a way to give the login and password for another user other than the user running the webserver?  We use LDAP authentication for Perforce and I can create a name that can be used for the Perforce login, but I can't use that as the user for the webserver.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

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Re: Perforce login issue

David Sitsky
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> Is there a way to give the login and password for another user other than
> the user running the webserver?  We use LDAP authentication for Perforce and
> I can create a name that can be used for the Perforce login, but I can't use
> that as the user for the webserver.

I don't use Perforce.. but I remember there was a way to specify all
this through configuration.  You should be able to log in as the
web-server user, and set up all this config from the shell, and make
it use a specific perforce user.

Cheers,
David

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Re: Perforce login issue

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So there's not a way for a user other than the webserver user to access Perforce?   Where does the login take place?  

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David Sitsky
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You'll have to check the manual.  I just have vague memories you can
setup via some saved per-user config how to connect to perforce.

The commands are run via the apache process, so you just need to set
it up so the same user can connect to perforce.

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> So there's not a way for a user other than the webserver user to access
> Perforce?   Where does the login take place?
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Apparently I’m having issues finding the saved per-user config in the documentation.  Could you give me more guidance, please?

Is the username:password in the valid_repositories section of the codestriker.conf ever used?  I have the correct information there but I'm still getting: Perforce password (P4PASSWD) invalid or unset even after I've changed the default Web App User to something that should have access to Perforce.  

I'm really confused about where the Perforce Password gets set.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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David Sitsky
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Why don't you email me your codestriker.conf file and the error
message you get on apache (which should show in full) and email it to
me personally, and leave the list of it for now.

On Sat, Aug 28, 2010 at 3:01 AM, tag98007 <[hidden email]> wrote:

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> Apparently I’m having issues finding the saved per-user config in the
> documentation.  Could you give me more guidance, please?
>
> Is the username:password in the valid_repositories section of the
> codestriker.conf ever used?  I have the correct information there but I'm
> still getting: Perforce password (P4PASSWD) invalid or unset even after I've
> changed the default Web App User to something that should have access to
> Perforce.
>
> I'm really confused about where the Perforce Password gets set.
>
> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
>
> thanks
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Re: Perforce login issue

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Yeah!!! I finally got this sorted out.  It turns out I needed to create a ticket that wouldn't expire and put the ticket number instead of the password in the codestriker.conf file.
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A ticket?  Just for future reference.. what command did you use to create it?

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> Yeah!!! I finally got this sorted out.  It turns out I needed to create a
> ticket that wouldn't expire and put the ticket number instead of the
> password in the codestriker.conf file.

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I called Perforce and they suggested this article:  http://kb.perforce.com/article/723 
The article exlains how to set up a ticket but more importantly how to set up a ticket that doesn't expire.

Essentially it was: p4 -p <p4machine>:<port> -u <username> login -a </filelocationofpassword

Then I tracked down the p4ticket location (it varies depending on the opsys, and is mentioned in the article), and took the number from the p4ticket and placed it in the codestriker.conf file where the password would be.  According to Perforce you can use ticket numbers just like.

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Add topic file

Nicolae Badiu
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Hi all,

Does anyone know of a way to add a new topic file to an existing topic? Currently, the only way I found to do this is to obsolete the topic and merge the two patch files into one.

Thanks,
Nick

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David Sitsky
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Hi Nick,

I am afraid that is the only way at the moment.

Cheers,
David

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> Does anyone know of a way to add a new topic file to an existing topic? Currently, the only way I found to do this is to obsolete the topic and merge the two patch files into one.
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> Thanks,
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