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  2. JBIDE-12999

2nd dialog with username and password on top of connection dialog if you use bad credentials

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      1) Changing pw for existing connection:

      1. ASSERT: make sure you have connections in the OpenShift Explorer (auth dialog will NOT pop up in a fresh, empty workspace). Also Eventually remove projects in your workspace, that are git-shared.
      2. EXEC: in OpenShift Explorer: select your account and hit Connect to OpenShift
      3. EXEC: in the Connection dialog: change password to something erroneous, hit Finish

      Result:
      On top of the connection-dialog, you get a 2nd dialog with username and password:

      2) When creating new connection:

      1. ASSERT: make sure you have connections in the OpenShift Explorer (auth dialog will NOT pop up in a fresh, empty workspace). Also Eventually remove projects in your workspace, that are git-shared.
      2. EXEC: in OpenShift Explorer: hit Connect to OpenShift
      3. EXEC: in connection dialog: if connection-dialog has existing connection selected, change the combo to <New Connection>.
      4. EXEC: fill in your settings, use an erroneous password and hit Finish

      Result:
      On top of the connection-dialog, you get a 2nd dialog with username and password:

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      1) Changing pw for existing connection: ASSERT: make sure you have connections in the OpenShift Explorer (auth dialog will NOT pop up in a fresh, empty workspace). Also Eventually remove projects in your workspace, that are git-shared. EXEC: in OpenShift Explorer: select your account and hit Connect to OpenShift EXEC: in the Connection dialog: change password to something erroneous, hit Finish Result: On top of the connection-dialog, you get a 2nd dialog with username and password: 2) When creating new connection: ASSERT: make sure you have connections in the OpenShift Explorer (auth dialog will NOT pop up in a fresh, empty workspace). Also Eventually remove projects in your workspace, that are git-shared. EXEC: in OpenShift Explorer: hit Connect to OpenShift EXEC: in connection dialog: if connection-dialog has existing connection selected, change the combo to <New Connection> . EXEC: fill in your settings, use an erroneous password and hit Finish Result: On top of the connection-dialog, you get a 2nd dialog with username and password:
      • cancel auth dialog
      • go to Console->Host OSGI Console. At the command prompt, start EGit UI plugin manually: start org.eclipse.egit.ui

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            adietish@redhat.com André Dietisheim
            adietish@redhat.com André Dietisheim
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