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    401 means "Unauthorized", so there must be something with your credentials. You need to pass the authentication to let the server know its a valid user. Check whether the authentication details are provided.

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via by Unknown author, 1 year ago Server returned HTTP response code: 401 for URL:	at	at	at org.gitlab.api.http.GitlabHTTPRequestor.parse(	at org.gitlab.api.http.GitlabHTTPRequestor.access$200(	at org.gitlab.api.http.GitlabHTTPRequestor$1.fetch(	at org.gitlab.api.http.GitlabHTTPRequestor$1.hasNext(	at org.gitlab.api.http.GitlabHTTPRequestor.getAll(	at org.gitlab.api.GitlabAPI.getAllProjects(	at svnserver.ext.gitlab.mapping.GitLabMappingConfig.create(	at svnserver.server.SvnServer.(	at svnserver.server.Main.main(