How do I add a client cert to the svn credentials

I would like to add a remote repository to my crucible.

The remote repository is secured with a client certificate.

How can I add the client certificate to the svn credentials in crucible so that the crucible connection to svn can be authenticated?

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Authentication for FishEye Repository

SCMs typically support simple username and password combinations for authentication. However, in FishEye and Crucible, more complex authentication styles are supported for the following repository types:

  • Mercurial
  • Git
Although Subversion supports more complex authentication styles like ssh and ssl certificate authentication, these are not currently configurable in FishEye. When using the bundled svnkit library, these are typically configured using Java property definitions.

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