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Can't connect to SVN 1.7 server from Oracle JDeveloper 11.1.1.5.0

From: Jurij Čakardič <jurij.cakardic_at_in2.si>
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2011 13:54:44 +0200

Hello developers!

We have just upgraded our SVN server from 1.6.12 (on Ubuntu 11.04) to
1.7.0 (on CentOS 6.0 through the WANdisco repository) and our developers
are encountering problems when connecting to the SVN repository through
Oracle JDeveloper 11.1.1.5.0. The SVN client software they are using is
TortoiseSVN v1.7.0 running on Windows 7.
The error they get is:

When they browse the repository through Repo-browser in TortoiseSVN,
they can access the URL without a problem. I've thought of a JDeveloper
problem and filed an Oracle service request, but got a response, that
this is a Subversion problem, not an Oracle one:
---------quote----------
Hello Jurij,

My name is Didier Laurent - I'm part of the Java Technologies Team, in EMEA.
I have been assigned to this Service Request. Unfortunately, I don't see
how we can help at Oracle Support.
The error you get comes from your Subversion repository - there is
nothing we control in the JDeveloper IDE itself.

Regards,

Didier.
Java Technologies Team - EMEA
Oracle Customer Services
---------/quote----------

I don't know how to replicate the error without Oracle JDeveloper
installed, is there a way to record network traffic between the client
and server, that could help you determining if this is a Subversion problem?

Regards,

Jurij Čakardič

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Received on 2011-10-18 14:45:17 CEST

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