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From: amuir <amuir_at_perimind.com>
Date: 2006-05-13 04:40:00 CEST

I am having a real problem with the JavaHL API when trying to access
subversion using an https connection. I am coming from two sources,
Subclipse and Enterprise Architect. In both cases, when I try to connect, I
get the message:
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn'
svn: PROPFIND of '/svn': Could not create SSL connection through proxy
server (https://www.domain.com:8051)
If I change to the JavaSVN interface in Eclipse, then everything works fine.
Of course I can't test this for Enterprise Architect as it won't allow me to
select the JavaSVN interface. Note that there are no proxy servers actually
in use here. I am connecting from my laptop, around through my Linksys
gateway and back into my Windowz box. I downloaded the latest binaries for
windows a few days ago so believe I am using the latest.
Any help appreciated .. Cheers
Received on Sat May 13 16:13:07 2006

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