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Re: Request for Assistance

From: Arthur Pesa <apesa_at_arthurpesa.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2011 06:28:37 -0800

Hello, Are you saying that when you come back into LCM your workspaces
are gone along with all uncommitted work? Have you checked permissions
on the Unix fs for your workspaces? I use Linux also, but have no issues
with svn / BO. Are you running RHEL or SUSE? I saw nothing on vanishing
workspaces and LCM in OSS, but there is a lot on permissions and rights
for SVN repos.

I will say that running any of the gui tools or frontend components on
Linux can be a challenge in terms of libs and permissions.

I am interested in what SAP has to say, let us know how it goes.

On Thu, 2011-02-17 at 13:24 +0000, Mike Saunders wrote:
> Dear Subversion Users
> As you may know, Subversion is used in the Life Cycle Manager
> component of Business Objects XI 3.1. I have an issue with Life Cycle
> Manager (on Linux) and have tracked it down to the fact that
> directories in my Subversion workspace are being deleted each time I
> log in to Life Cycle Manager. In installations where Life Cycle
> Manager works properly (on Windows) these directories are persistent.
> I know Business Objects very well but don't fully understand
> Subversion. I doubt that this is a Subversion bug, rather I would
> welcome input from anyone who could help me diagnose further. I will
> need all the help I can get when engaging SAP Technical Support!
> If you could reply to msaunders_at_bpms.co.uk that would be great.
> Thanks
> Mike
Received on 2011-02-17 15:29:18 CET

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