RE: RE: Something strange with JSP commit failing in Subversion
From: Tjernstrom, Staffan <stjernstrom_at_mail.esignal.com>
Date: 2007-07-19 21:52:46 CEST
Have you tried doing the add to a local subversion repository using a file:// URL?
Staffan Tjernström | Sr. Software Engineer - Market Data Systems | www.esignal.com <http://www.esignal.com/>
Friends, has anybody faced this challenge before ? We are almost stuck at this point. Please help !
From: Khanna, Vijay (GE, Corporate, consultant)
We have a subversion running in our internal network m/c. I am trying to upload an enterprise J2EE project (Project root, EJB, Web) into subversion using Tortoise SVN client, Subclipse & Subversive eclipse plugin. All the files seem to be adding quite well, but however when it comes to JSP it fails with both, the tortoise SVN client and the subclipse plugin. I tried testing this with another 2 projects, but its the same behavior.
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Does anybody have an idea..whats going wrong..or what I need to do to get this working.
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