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does not have the correct associated data being resolved for (https://xxx:8443)

From: Joe <jtbarnes3rd_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2009 21:23:28 -0700 (PDT)

I have set up a repository using visual SVN and checked files in using
subclipse and also have browsed the repository using the url without a
problem yet when I try to use the tortoise repository browser I
receive

OPTIONS of 'https://xxx:8443/svn/development' could not resolve
hostname
'https://XXX:8443/svn' The requested name is valid and was found in
the database,
but it does not have the correct associated data being resolved for.
(https://xxx:8443)

I have my hostname in /etc/hosts but it won't resolve externally.
Note that my browser converts the hostname (for the example I have
used xxx or XXX ) to lower case but in my Visual SVN server setup it
uses upper case and this error message mixes both cases. I have
looked into the reository with one created with Tortoise SVN and don't
see any difference yet that directory I can't seem to import into the
Visual SVN Server interface.

Basically I use the Visual SVN with subclipse for programming changes
and wish to use the Dreamweaver plugin SVN4DW, which utilizes the
Tortoise SVN client, for graphical changes and of course I want them
both to use the same repository.

I just tried the import with the exact same results.

In the settings dialog I have set up the same url, username and
password I use within the browser.

Any suggestions.

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