I'm pretty positive on the svn-client in Jdev. But unfortunately I haven't found any means to change the password in the UI. At this customer my windows-password has to be changed monthly, and the svn-password depends on it.
Jdeveloper stores the subversion connect info in the file
$APPLICATION_DATA\Roaming\JDeveloper\system126.96.36.199.38.61.92\o.jdeveloper.subversion\repositories.xml(where "system188.8.131.52.38.61.92" depends on the Jdeveloper build).
The file looks like:
<?xml version = '1.0' encoding = 'UTF-8'?> <svn-repositories xmlns="http://xmlns.oracle.com/jdeveloper/1013/svn/repositories"> <svn-repository> <url>https://svn.customer.nl/svn/odc/odc-cmr/APPLICATION/source/trunk</url> <alias>Application Trunk</alias> <user-name>makker</user-name> <password>PlainOrEncryptedPasword</password> </svn-repository> </svn-repositories>Remarkable is the version number in the namespace (1013), since it really comes from my Jdev11g install.
When you first create the connection and give in your username/password via the UI, the password will be stored in here encrypted. But you can also give in an unencrypted password. So I entered my new password in plain format. And it works.
I haven't found how I can encrypt the password, what would, of course, be better. If anyone has a tip, then I'm interested.
You can also rename or delete the file, then JDeveloper will ask for the new server connection.