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Unable to checkout a project I don;t have locally from svnserve using Subclipse or TortoiseSVN from outside my network

From: Robert Elliot <robert.elliot_at_dial.pipex.com>
Date: 2006-05-24 11:07:13 CEST

Hello all,

I hope this isn't something asked everyday; I have looked for an answer.

I am running Subversion on a Windows Small Business Server 2003 box on my local network, using
svnserve wrapped as a service using SrvAny. I am accessing it from another machine on my network
running the Subclipse Eclipse plugin as my client. And it works fine.

However, when I use it or TortoiseSVN from outside my network I get strange behaviour. I can log
in, browse the remote repository and, if I create a new Eclipse project locally, check it in. I can
also alter an item in this project I have created locally and checked in, check that in, and then
revert to the older version. But I can't check projects that don't yet exist on the client out.

Has anyone encountered this issue before? It can't be a firewall issue, as not only do I have 3690
open but I can clearly communicate across the firewall fine - with the one exception of checking new
projects out.

Thanks for any help,

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Received on Wed May 24 11:08:33 2006

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