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Re: 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 15:50:05 +0200

I did some research by enabling logging on the Subversion server, when
the developer connects to the SVN server through Oracle JDeveloper a
request is formed incorrectly or at least in a strange manner:

2060 2011-10-18T13:03:12.893457Z 172.16.201.189 markoj INsurance2 open 2
cap=(edit-pipeline svndiff1 absent-entries depth mergeinfo log-revprops)
/javaProjekti/In2ADF1 - -
2060 2011-10-18T13:03:12.902529Z 172.16.201.189 markoj INsurance2
get-latest-rev
2060 2011-10-18T13:03:12.903482Z 172.16.201.189 markoj INsurance2 stat
/javaProjekti/In2ADF1/javaProjekti/In2ADF1_at_2729

Notice the path concatenation in the last request, the correct path is
just "/javaProjekti/In2ADF1". I guess this is an error that occurs
either in the SVN client or Oracle JDeveloper.

The error is evidently not in the Subversion server but in either the
client or Oracle JDeveloper.

Regards,

Jurij

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Dne 18.10.2011 15:25, piše Hyrum K Wright:
> Since you question is related to the usage of Subversion, and not its 
> development, it is more appropriately posted to 
> users_at_subversion.apache.org <mailto:users_at_subversion.apache.org>, not 
> the development list.
>
> (In answer to your last query, though, many people find Wireshark 
> useful for recording network traffic.)
>
> Best,
> -Hyrum
>
> On Tue, Oct 18, 2011 at 6:54 AM, Jurij Čakardič <jurij.cakardic_at_in2.si 
> <mailto:jurij.cakardic_at_in2.si>> wrote:
>
>     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
>
>     -- 
>
>     *Jurij Čakardić*
>     senior software engineer
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>
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>     tel: +386 5 6631 070 <tel:%2B386%205%206631%20070>, fax: +386 5
>     6631 071 <tel:%2B386%205%206631%20071>
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>
>
>
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Received on 2011-10-18 15:52:46 CEST

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