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Re: [Subclipse-users] Cannot access the tortoisesvn repository

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 09:45:15 -0500

On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 9:22 AM, Melinda Savoy
<Melinda_at_sharpbancsystems.com> wrote:

> Sorry that I did not respond yesterday as I got caught up in another issue.
> I appreciate very much your reply. The issue appears when I:
> 1. Select the IMPORT option after I right-click within the Project
> Explorer tab
> 2. I open the SVN import source and then select the Checkout Projects
> from SVN
> 3. I select the existing repository location that I had created
> previously:
> https://sbsdc.sbs.local:8443/svn/main/ATMSwitch
> 4. I click the next button and it brings me to the Enter Username and
> Password dialog box and the repository does not denote what I had entered
> but what appears to be a truncated name of the repository:
> <https://sbsdc.sbs.local:8443>

If that is on the username/password prompt that might just be the
realm information. That said, it does sound like something about the
URL is the problem.

I would open the SVN perspective and add your URL, if it is not
already there. You should add the URL to the root of your repository.
 You should then be able to expand the tree. Find the content you
want to checkout, right-click and choose Checkout option.

It sounds like the current problem is the URL for the connection.

You can also open the Console view and show the SVN Console to see if
any errors/exceptions are being logged.

Mark Phippard
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