I just tried to repro it here, and it works fine. We'll have to do some
When you try this, is it with a fully-qualified domain, or just something
more like "ourserver"? If the latter, see what happens when you try a FQDN
or an IP address.
What type of authentication is being used on there? And what web server?
If the above doesn't work, it would help to set up a development install and
to try it there in order to rule out the possibility of it being the web
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On Fri, Nov 5, 2010 at 12:29 AM, Colin Caughie
> I'm playing with the new ReviewBoard API with a test installation of RB
> 1.5, and can't seem to get basic authentication to work. I'm testing it just
> by typing "http://ourserver/api/info/" into Firefox, entering my username
> and password when it asks, but I keep getting 401 UNAUTHORIZED responses.
> I've taken a Wireshark trace and it looks like the client is doing the
> right thing. Moreover I can log in fine using the normal login page, which
> seems to use a different mechanism. (After logging in from the login page I
> can access the API resources because it uses the cookie thereafter.)
> Is there anything I need to do to get this to work?
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