SSO is not working on Apache with Crowd V2

We have a crowd configured for SSO for jira & confluence & it is working seamlesly. Now the same had to be enabled for SVN ( Centos V5.7)

Using crowd connector, we are able to do Authentication & Autherization but SSO is not working.

Can any one please help on this ?

Config details:

SVNPath /etc/subversion/jiraxyz

AuthName "Atlassian Crowd"

AuthType Basic

AuthBasicProvider crowd

CrowdSSLVerifyPeer off

CrowdAppName svnapache

CrowdAppPassword xxxxx

CrowdURL http://xyz:8095/crowd/

Require valid-user

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You should make sure your svn is in the same domain as your JIRA, Confluence & Crowd.

If that's already the case, it's probably best to open a support ticket at https://support.atlassian.comso that our friendly support team can help you troubleshoot in a secure environment.

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