On 08.11.2011 16:42, Markus.Liebelt_at_t-systems.com wrote:
> We followed the recipe at
> how to ensure that update checks look for a version provided by our
> company, so that users don’t update by mistake. The check works as
> expected, with the one exception, that the URL we have provided in the
> file “tsvn-version.txt” is not used, but the default URL registered in
> the product. I have checked that the registry entry is correct
> The file contents of tsvn-version.txt currently is:
> New customized version of SVN Tools for <company> is available.
> So we want that the user visits the confluence page and looks there for
> the current version. Previously, we have provided as URL the download
> location for the new binary to install, but that did not work either.
> I have used the information at Microsoft what the registry entries mean:
> Our content in the registry is:
> * Registry: <some text without blanks>
> * Root: 1 (for HKCU)
> * Key: Software\TortoiseSVN
> * Name: UpdateCheckURL
> * Value: _https://<company>.com/download/subversion/tsvn-version.txt_
> * Component: Some key from the drop-down-list.
> The file is found correctly, because the update dialog knows that the
> version 184.108.40.20636 is the current one (see screenshot below).
> I don’t have any idea what could be wrong here, and I have searched on
> the internet and did not find any resource beside the doc page at the
> beginning of this report. So what is our fault, where are we going wrong?
> Thank you for your help
Just tried it here on my machine, and it works ok.
Maybe your server redirects wrong? Or the '+' in your url needs escaping?
Or try to add a newline at the end of line 3 in the text file.
oo // \\ "De Chelonian Mobile"
(_,\/ \_/ \ TortoiseSVN
\ \_/_\_/> The coolest Interface to (Sub)Version Control
/_/ \_\ http://tortoisesvn.net
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Received on 2011-11-08 19:46:01 CET