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Re: SVN on IIS6 : VCC not found on resource

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 25 Aug 2009 07:52:56 +0200

On 25.08.2009 01:00, Nicolas Gibelin wrote:
> Hello,
> I know this kind of error has been posted several times on the web but I still don't find the issue.
> I've installed SubVersion on a Microsoft Server (IIS 6), changed the config and passwd files, changed some environnement variables and added the svnserve service in order to make subversion anytime ON.
> Locally, if I make some tests with svn://localhost, no problem, it works perfectly.
> Remotely, I can't access the repository. This is the error displayed by tortoiseSVN:
> "The VCC property was not found on resource"
> Here is the server configuration:
> I made the svn repository in "C:\svn" and created a website on the tcp port 54041 (one of those available from my company). I can browse the repository without problem.
> But if i make a svn co http://myIp:54041 -> the above error.
> If i make the same but with the svn protocol (svn://myIp:54041) -> it can not contact the server, TortoiseSVN stops after a while.
> First of all, I don't understand what this "vcc" is ? I found it in some paths but i still don't know what it refers to.
> And after, how to solve it ? Have you ever gone through this kind of error ?

To access an svn repository via http/https, you need Apache. Subversion
doesn't work with IIS at all.

If you can't connect via svn://, you have to check your firewall
settings and open the corresponding port.


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