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Re: What is this error?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006d_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-11-21 20:16:10 CET

On Nov 21, 2006, at 09:05, Laroia, Nirupama wrote:

> Error File not found:transaction '339-1',path'/SPR
> 2007/william_Mecewen.htm'
> I am trying to save some links to the repository, but it will not let
> me.

What is a "link"? Is that a Unix symlink? Is it a Windows shortcut?
Is it just a regular file? Can you commit other files? Or are you
having this problem regardless what you try to commit? Has it ever
worked? If so, what changed since then?

> Unfortunately, the whole "commit" gets cancelled.

Of course it does. That's one of the main features of Subversion --
you either commit all or nothing. It's called atomicity, and is
highly desirable, and is one of the primary improvements over earlier
systems like CVS.

> This happens to other files as well. Help

It's hard to help when you provide so little information. What
version of Subversion are you using on the client and server? What OS
is running on the client and server? Does this problem affect only
you or also other users? Etc., etc., etc.

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