Thanks very much. The switch to JavaSVN was exactly the problem. I did not
know about this option in eclipse. However, I did know about the JCE from
the faq on the JavaSVN site.
On 9/1/05, Alexander Kitaev <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello Keith,
> In case you're not using JavaSVN connector, try switching to it (see
> Window->Preferences->Team->SVN preferences page). In case you already using
> JavaSVN, you may need to use latest JDK (1.5.0_04) and install "unlimited
> strenght" JCE package (read more at
> http://java.sun.com/products/jce/javase.html) to make it work with your
> SSL server.
> Other options may include changing your apache server SSL configuration,
> may be other users may suggest something in this area.
> Alexander Kitaev,
> TMate Software,
> *From:* Keith Robertson [mailto:email@example.com]
> *Sent:* Thursday, September 01, 2005 11:22 PM
> *To:* firstname.lastname@example.org
> *Subject:* SSL error: sslv3 alert unexpected message
> I'm having a little trouble getting Subclipse .0.9.33 to talk to my Apache
> SVN server. My Apache SVN server seems fine. I can point Firefox to
> https://10.10.30.5/repos, login, and browse through my source tree. In
> fact, from a Firefox browser the root of my SVN (ie.
> https://10.10.30.5/repos) server looks something like this:
> Revision 1: /
> * branches/
> * tags/
> * trunk/
> Powered by Subversion version 1.2.1 (r15230).
> However, when I try to create a new repository in Eclipse with the
> following options:
> Url: https://10.10.30.5/repos
> Root Url: https://10.10.30.5/repos
> User: me
> Password: **
> I get the following error:
> RA layer request failed
> svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/repos'
> svn: PROPFIND of '/repos': Could not read status line: SSL error: sslv3
> alert unexpected message (https://10.10.30.5)
> Does anyone have any ideas?
Received on Sat Sep 3 05:48:16 2005