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Note the presence of trunk in each URL.

What 'username' do I use for svn+ssh?

If your developerConnection uses svn+ssh, using public/private keys for svn authentication, you are probably connecting as user 'svn' (with your svn username being determined by your identity from your public key).

e.g.

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xml

<scm>
   <connection>scm:svn:svn+ssh://svn@my.svn.server/myproject/trunk</connection>
   <developerConnection>scm:svn:svn+ssh://svn@my.svn.server/myproject/trunk</developerConnection>
</scm>

In this case you want to specify -Dusername=svn if you are authenticating with your own key.

If you use -Dusername=yourname you will need to have password access to your svn repository enabled.

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