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My reply to your problem is below:
On Feb 25, 2007, at 22:54, Bindra, Tamanjit wrote:
>>> I have already done the following things:
>>> Created a repository using SVN and had been using the repository
>>> locally using the url file:///
>>> Have configured SVN with apache 2.0.59 server and am able to view
>>> the repository through the browser.
>>> I have already configured subclipse with my eclipse.
>>> I am on windows platform.
>>> I am now facing the following problem:
>>> Am unable to configure subclipse with my repository either by using
>>> http://localhost/calling_name_of_the_repository as mentioned in the
>>> httpd file of apache server or through http://ip_of_my_machine/
>>> repository .
>>> I have tried all different techniques of attaching /svn/ before the
>>> name of my repository in the url.
>>> But everytime I get some error or the other.
>>> I also have a doubt, I had deleted some earlier repositories from
>>> my local directory manually. Could this lead to some problem.
>>> Although I am able to work easily locally using the file:/// urls.
>> 1. Use the Subversion command-line client instead of Subclipse, to
>> rule out any problems with Subclipse.
>> 2. Show us the exact error message you're getting; it's hard for us
>> to guess what's wrong without that.
>> 3. Show us the relevant configuration in your httpd.conf. There is
>> exactly one correct URL to use for your repository, and the
>> configuration will show us what it is.
>> 4. Tell us where on your disk the repository is located, so that we
>> can verify whether your Apache configuration is correct.
>> 5. Tell us the URL that you are able to use in the browser, and what
>> you see in the browser.
> Thanks for replying.
> 1. Using command line I am able to check out using the file:/// url.
> Using the http://wit31250570/newrepos I get the following error,
> svn:PROPFIND request failed on '/newrepos'.
> Svn: PROPFIND of '/newrepos' : 301 Moved Permanently
> Again when I try with the url as http://wit31250570 I get the
> svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/'
> svn: PROPFIND of '/': 405 Method Not Allowed (http://wit31250570)
> 2. I am attaching along the httpd.conf file. I have added the Location
> tag at the end of the file. I have also uncommented the following
> LoadModule dav_module modules/mod_dav.so
> LoadModule dav_fs_module modules/mod_dav_fs.so
> And added the following lines:
> LoadModule dav_svn_module modules/mod_dav_svn.so
> LoadModule authz_svn_module modules/mod_authz_svn.so
> I have also added the mod_dav_svn.so and mod_authz_svn.so files to the
> modules folder of apache.
> 3.My repository is located at c:\repos.
> 4. I am also attaching the page I see on the browser when I try to
> access the repository through http://localhost/newrepos.
> <directory c:\repos>
> Allow from all
> <Location /newrepos>
> DAV svn
> SVNParentPath c:\repos
> SVNListParentPath On
What's shown in the browser:
> Collection of Repositories
> Powered by Subversion version 1.3.2 (r19776).
Ok, so the problem is that you're using SVNParentPath when you need
to use SVNPath instead.
When you use SVNParentPath c:\repos, you're telling Subversion that c:
\repos is a directory that contains several repositories. However,
you've told us that c:\repos is itself a single repository. So
instead you need SVNPath c:\repos. SVNListParentPath is also now
irrelevant, since you're no longer using the SVNParentPath option.
If you do want to host several repositories, then you need to put
them all in a common directory, and point SVNParentPath at that
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Received on Mon Feb 26 10:27:37 2007