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RE: Is Windows Server 2003 and 2008 supported?

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Fri, 6 Nov 2009 12:10:51 -0500

> Thanks for all your replies, everyone! Ok, yes, you are all right,
> I
> was right clicking on a NON-working copy version. I can now see
> the
> "relocate" on the dropdown menu when I right click on a 'WC'.
> Ok, I'm almost done: I simply copied the repository folder (left
> everything intact) from one server to the new one Windows 2008
> server. Now, on my 'WC' on my local PC, do I just relocate and
> choose
> the different URL to the new location of the repository?
> Before clicking the 'Yes' button, I get a "Relocate Warning",
> saying:
> <----Quote--->
> "It seems you are trying to relocate your working copy to a
> different
> path inside the same repository
> From: svn://NewServer/Website/Trunk/wwwroot/MyWebsite
> To: svn://NewServer/Website/Trunk/wwwroot/MyWebsite
> A relocate is only necessary if the path to a repository has
> change.
> Changing to a different path inside a repository is done by a
> switch
> operation.

So, your working copy is already pointing to your new server. I assume you checked this out from your new server? If so, you don't need to do a relocate. You only need to relocate working copies that were checked our from the old server. Or, you can just do a new checkout from the new server. Either way will work. Doing the relocate lets you keep working with an existing WC so you don't lose and possible pending changes or have to d/l your whole project again.



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