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Dan Thurman is currently offline Dan Thurman
Messages: 57
Registered: July 2009
Member
OS: Fedora 9, Apache Httpd w/ subversion support

SVN Repositories & Structure:

/svn -> /f-App1/Repositories/ (symbolic link)
svn -> . (symbolic link to self)
svn(1...N}
branches
tags
trunk
Eclipse
C
HelloWorld
C++
HelloWorld
[...]
Web
ASP
WebApp{1...N}
HTML
WebApp{1...N}
JSP
WebApp{1...N}
PHP
WebApp{1...N}
Netbeans
{Similar Structure as above}

The above structure is defined so that I can have
a categorized structure and can tie together consistent
pathnames both for Eclipse and Svn commands:

1) Using Eclipse:

https://my.domain.com/svn/svn{1...N}/...

2) Using standard SVN server:

svn <command> PATH <arg>
where PATH = file:///svn/svn{1...N}/... or
https://my.domain.com/svn/svn{1...N}/...



Below are problems I have encountered
with Ganymede (SR2) and for Galileo:

Ganymede (SR2):
===============

Installed:
Subclipse (Required) 1.6.2
Subclipse Integration for Mylyn 3.x (Optional) 3.0.0
Subversion Client Adapter (Required) 1.6.0.2
Subversion Revision Graph 1.0.7
SNVKit Client Adapter (Not required) 1.6.2
SVNKit Library 1.3.0.5847

1) Occasionally, I find that when an error occurs, sometimes
Ganymede IDE "loses it's bearings", in other words, it no
longer can read/write to the workspace's .metadata files,
requiring an Eclipse shutdown and restart, after which the
previously saved perspective toolbar perspectives are totally
lost, with exception to the default: Java EE perspective.

2) As with all cases below, using the fedora-based repository,
local svn commands works with no failures. The fedora-based
repository was tested using a remote Turquoise-SVN client, of
which it can successfully import, export, create/delete
directories/files, remove directories/files, and so on.

This strongly seems to indicates that {at least my}
Ganymede/Galileo Eclipse IDE is having problems and they
seemed to "half work", in that check-outs seemed to work
but imports, commits, check-ins, directory/file removals
do not work.

As mentioned in (3) below these problems may be related
to cases where no authentication is asked for, nor provided
and may have missing support or simply broken, I don't know
what the problem is, only I cannot get this to work with Eclipse.

I have tried empty (new) workspaces, have blown away .metadata
directories, checked my home directories to ensure that somehow
I may have saved repository user/password entries *somewhere*
but I cannot find it.

3) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:

Adding a new repository location does not seem to allow for
username/password entries where required. I cannot seem to
recall if there ever was a user/password interface supported
and I suspect by in not providing user/password entries, access
is assumed anonymous and could result in "403 Forbidden" access
rights?

4) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:

a) Create new folder: "Foo" (PASS)

Right-click over "JSP", select: New->New Remote Folder,
type in: "Foo", click OK:

[Console Tab]

mkdir -m "" https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
Foo
Committed revision 20.


b) Delete folder "Foo": (FAIL)

Right-click over "Foo", select: Delete..., click OK button:

[Console Tab]

delete -m "" https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
Foo
Committed revision 21.
svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP': 403 Forbidden
(https://my.domain.com)
svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP': 403 Forbidden
(https://my.domain.com)

NOTE: Although the above error is reported, the file
structure is not updated and all entries under
JSP is empty. Refreshing or double-clicking
JSP will show correctly, and directory; "Foo"
is actually removed from the repository.

5) Eclipse, Team -> Share fails to import complete application tree:

a) Eclipse, Java EE perspective:

Right-click on WebApp1, select: Team->Share Project...,
select: SVN, click: Next, select repository, click: Next,
click: 'Use specified folder name', click 'select', expand
tree and click on "trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP", click: OK,
click: 'Next', click: 'Finish', and errors results:

[Console Tab]

{there is nothing before the following line}
svn: URL 'https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
WebApp1' non-existent in that revision
svn: URL 'https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
WebApp1' non-existent in that revision
mkdir --parents -m "Initial import." https://my.domain.com/svn/
svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/WebApp1
Committed revision 22.
checkout https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
WebApp1 -r HEAD --depth=immediates --force
Checked out revision 23.

NOTE: When you look in the SVN Repository Explorer perspective,
you may find that indeed there is a WebApp1 subdirectory,
however, the contents of WebApp1 is EMPTY. Somehow, the
directories and files failed to be added/committed to the
repository.

I also noted, that in the SVN Perspective Explorer, if
you do not refresh the "WebApp1" directory, deleting this
directory results in the "403 Forbidden" error (even though
it actually deletes the directory), likewise, if you do
refresh the directory, deleting this directory does not
produce the "403 Forbidden" error. Perhaps, syncing is
prevented due to errors just before the next subsequent
operation.

NOTE: Although not comprehensively shown here, using the
SVN Perspective Explorer, any attempts to move
directories and files around do not work well at
all and 403 Forbidden errors crop up.


Galileo:
========

Installed:
----------
Subversive SVN Connectors 2.2.0
+ Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation) 0.7.8

Subversive SVN Integration for the Mylyn Project (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8
+ Mylyn Connector: Bugzilla 3.2.0
+ Mylyn Task List (Required) 3.2.0
+ Mylyn Task-Focused Interface (Recommended) 3.2.0
+ Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation) 0.7.8

Subversive SVN Team Provider Sources (Incubation) 0.7.8
+ Subversive SVN Integration for the Mylyn Project Sources (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8
+ Subversive SVN JDT Ignore Extensions Sources (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8
+ Subversive SVN Team Provider Localization Sources (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8
+ Subversive SVN Team Provider Sources 0.7.8

SVNKit 1.2.0 Implementation (Opt) 2.2.0
+ Subversive SVN Team Provider (Inc) 0.7.8

1) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:

a) Create new folder: "Foo" (FAIL/PASS)

Right-click over "JSP", select: New->New Remote Folder,
type in: "Foo", click OK:

[An error message appears on the left-pane, tree of "JSP"]
<An error occurred while accessing the repository entry>

The above error is quite a problem, because depending on
where this directory was added, it is found that refreshing
the tree may refuse to display the rest of the directories
and files from which this new directory was added. I have
found that moving Foo to a directory above, and then moving
directory back down to its original entry caused the entire
structure under "Web" to disappear and I was not able to
access this structure since I could not refresh, close, open,
expand, or otherwise force displaying the tree structure.

[Console Tab]

*** Create Folder
svn mkdir "https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
Foo" -m "" --username "dan"
Committed revision 23
*** Ok (took 00:00.673)

NOTE: The subdirectory was created, but there is nothing
to explain why there was an error accessing the repository
and what it's implications are.

b) Delete folder "Foo": (PASS)

Right-click over "Foo", select: Delete..., click OK button:

[Console Tab]

*** Delete
svn delete "https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
Foo" -m "" --username "dan"
Committed revision 24
*** Ok (took 00:00.630)

NOTE: Adding or removing a directory and/or file works.

2) Eclipse, Team -> Share fails to import application tree:

a) Eclipse, Java EE perspective:

Right-click on WebApp1, select: Team->Share Project...,
select: SVN, click: Next, select repository, click: Next,
click: 'Simple Mode:', click: 'Browse' button, expand
tree and click on "trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP", click: OK,
Type in missing project name (WebApp1), click: 'Next',
click: 'Finish', and errors results:

NOTE: The comment field shows incorrect path information
that was typed/added in the previous dialog box.

[Pop-up Error]:
Authentication error.
svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
(https://my.domain.com)


[Console Error]:
*** Share Projects
svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
(https://my.domain.com)
*** Error (took 00:00.719)

Well, I am going to stop here. Clearly there is a LOT of problems
with Eclipse SVN and I surely hope these problems will be resolved.

As it is, I will only use Eclipse SVN for checking out projects,
but not for checking in, adding/creating/importing/moving things
around simply because I do not trust Eclipse SVN at this time.

FWIW,
Dan
Re: Ganymede SVN problems: Authenication & Random 403 errors? [message #48790 is a reply to message #48723] Wed, 08 July 2009 02:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jörg Thönnes is currently offline Jörg Thönnes
Messages: 229
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Dan,

if you put the below input into one (or if possible more) SVN bug reports, you are the perfect guy!

In this way, Igor could track these issues much easier, I guess.

Cheers, Jörg

P.S. Did you give Mylyn a try?

On 07/07/09 18:17, Dan Thurman wrote:
> OS: Fedora 9, Apache Httpd w/ subversion support
>
> SVN Repositories & Structure:
>
> /svn -> /f-App1/Repositories/ (symbolic link)
> svn -> . (symbolic link to self)
> svn(1...N}
> branches
> tags
> trunk
> Eclipse
> C
> HelloWorld
> C++
> HelloWorld
> [...]
> Web
> ASP
> WebApp{1...N}
> HTML
> WebApp{1...N}
> JSP
> WebApp{1...N}
> PHP
> WebApp{1...N}
> Netbeans
> {Similar Structure as above}
>
> The above structure is defined so that I can have
> a categorized structure and can tie together consistent
> pathnames both for Eclipse and Svn commands:
>
> 1) Using Eclipse:
>
> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn{1...N}/...
>
> 2) Using standard SVN server:
>
> svn <command> PATH <arg>
> where PATH = file:///svn/svn{1...N}/... or
> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn{1...N}/...
>
>
>
> Below are problems I have encountered
> with Ganymede (SR2) and for Galileo:
>
> Ganymede (SR2):
> ===============
>
> Installed:
> Subclipse (Required) 1.6.2
> Subclipse Integration for Mylyn 3.x (Optional) 3.0.0
> Subversion Client Adapter (Required) 1.6.0.2
> Subversion Revision Graph 1.0.7
> SNVKit Client Adapter (Not required) 1.6.2
> SVNKit Library 1.3.0.5847
>
> 1) Occasionally, I find that when an error occurs, sometimes
> Ganymede IDE "loses it's bearings", in other words, it no
> longer can read/write to the workspace's .metadata files,
> requiring an Eclipse shutdown and restart, after which the
> previously saved perspective toolbar perspectives are totally
> lost, with exception to the default: Java EE perspective.
>
> 2) As with all cases below, using the fedora-based repository,
> local svn commands works with no failures. The fedora-based
> repository was tested using a remote Turquoise-SVN client, of
> which it can successfully import, export, create/delete
> directories/files, remove directories/files, and so on.
>
> This strongly seems to indicates that {at least my}
> Ganymede/Galileo Eclipse IDE is having problems and they
> seemed to "half work", in that check-outs seemed to work
> but imports, commits, check-ins, directory/file removals
> do not work.
>
> As mentioned in (3) below these problems may be related
> to cases where no authentication is asked for, nor provided
> and may have missing support or simply broken, I don't know
> what the problem is, only I cannot get this to work with Eclipse.
>
> I have tried empty (new) workspaces, have blown away .metadata
> directories, checked my home directories to ensure that somehow
> I may have saved repository user/password entries *somewhere*
> but I cannot find it.
>
> 3) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>
> Adding a new repository location does not seem to allow for
> username/password entries where required. I cannot seem to
> recall if there ever was a user/password interface supported
> and I suspect by in not providing user/password entries, access
> is assumed anonymous and could result in "403 Forbidden" access
> rights?
>
> 4) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>
> a) Create new folder: "Foo" (PASS)
>
> Right-click over "JSP", select: New->New Remote Folder,
> type in: "Foo", click OK:
>
> [Console Tab]
>
> mkdir -m "" https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
> Foo
> Committed revision 20.
>
>
> b) Delete folder "Foo": (FAIL)
>
> Right-click over "Foo", select: Delete..., click OK button:
>
> [Console Tab]
>
> delete -m "" https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
> Foo
> Committed revision 21.
> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP': 403 Forbidden
> (https://my.domain.com)
> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP': 403 Forbidden
> (https://my.domain.com)
>
> NOTE: Although the above error is reported, the file
> structure is not updated and all entries under
> JSP is empty. Refreshing or double-clicking
> JSP will show correctly, and directory; "Foo"
> is actually removed from the repository.
>
> 5) Eclipse, Team -> Share fails to import complete application tree:
>
> a) Eclipse, Java EE perspective:
>
> Right-click on WebApp1, select: Team->Share Project...,
> select: SVN, click: Next, select repository, click: Next,
> click: 'Use specified folder name', click 'select', expand
> tree and click on "trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP", click: OK,
> click: 'Next', click: 'Finish', and errors results:
>
> [Console Tab]
>
> {there is nothing before the following line}
> svn: URL 'https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
> WebApp1' non-existent in that revision
> svn: URL 'https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
> WebApp1' non-existent in that revision
> mkdir --parents -m "Initial import." https://my.domain.com/svn/
> svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/WebApp1
> Committed revision 22.
> checkout https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
> WebApp1 -r HEAD --depth=immediates --force
> Checked out revision 23.
>
> NOTE: When you look in the SVN Repository Explorer perspective,
> you may find that indeed there is a WebApp1 subdirectory,
> however, the contents of WebApp1 is EMPTY. Somehow, the
> directories and files failed to be added/committed to the
> repository.
>
> I also noted, that in the SVN Perspective Explorer, if
> you do not refresh the "WebApp1" directory, deleting this
> directory results in the "403 Forbidden" error (even though
> it actually deletes the directory), likewise, if you do
> refresh the directory, deleting this directory does not
> produce the "403 Forbidden" error. Perhaps, syncing is
> prevented due to errors just before the next subsequent
> operation.
>
> NOTE: Although not comprehensively shown here, using the
> SVN Perspective Explorer, any attempts to move
> directories and files around do not work well at
> all and 403 Forbidden errors crop up.
>
>
> Galileo:
> ========
>
> Installed:
> ----------
> Subversive SVN Connectors 2.2.0
> + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation) 0.7.8
>
> Subversive SVN Integration for the Mylyn Project (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8
> + Mylyn Connector: Bugzilla 3.2.0
> + Mylyn Task List (Required) 3.2.0
> + Mylyn Task-Focused Interface (Recommended) 3.2.0
> + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation) 0.7.8
>
> Subversive SVN Team Provider Sources (Incubation) 0.7.8
> + Subversive SVN Integration for the Mylyn Project Sources (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8
> + Subversive SVN JDT Ignore Extensions Sources (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8
> + Subversive SVN Team Provider Localization Sources (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8
> + Subversive SVN Team Provider Sources 0.7.8
>
> SVNKit 1.2.0 Implementation (Opt) 2.2.0
> + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Inc) 0.7.8
>
> 1) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>
> a) Create new folder: "Foo" (FAIL/PASS)
>
> Right-click over "JSP", select: New->New Remote Folder,
> type in: "Foo", click OK:
>
> [An error message appears on the left-pane, tree of "JSP"]
> <An error occurred while accessing the repository entry>
>
> The above error is quite a problem, because depending on
> where this directory was added, it is found that refreshing
> the tree may refuse to display the rest of the directories
> and files from which this new directory was added. I have
> found that moving Foo to a directory above, and then moving
> directory back down to its original entry caused the entire
> structure under "Web" to disappear and I was not able to
> access this structure since I could not refresh, close, open,
> expand, or otherwise force displaying the tree structure.
>
> [Console Tab]
>
> *** Create Folder
> svn mkdir "https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
> Foo" -m "" --username "dan"
> Committed revision 23
> *** Ok (took 00:00.673)
>
> NOTE: The subdirectory was created, but there is nothing
> to explain why there was an error accessing the repository
> and what it's implications are.
>
> b) Delete folder "Foo": (PASS)
>
> Right-click over "Foo", select: Delete..., click OK button:
>
> [Console Tab]
>
> *** Delete
> svn delete "https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
> Foo" -m "" --username "dan"
> Committed revision 24
> *** Ok (took 00:00.630)
>
> NOTE: Adding or removing a directory and/or file works.
>
> 2) Eclipse, Team -> Share fails to import application tree:
>
> a) Eclipse, Java EE perspective:
>
> Right-click on WebApp1, select: Team->Share Project...,
> select: SVN, click: Next, select repository, click: Next,
> click: 'Simple Mode:', click: 'Browse' button, expand
> tree and click on "trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP", click: OK,
> Type in missing project name (WebApp1), click: 'Next',
> click: 'Finish', and errors results:
>
> NOTE: The comment field shows incorrect path information
> that was typed/added in the previous dialog box.
>
> [Pop-up Error]:
> Authentication error.
> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
> (https://my.domain.com)
>
>
> [Console Error]:
> *** Share Projects
> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
> (https://my.domain.com)
> *** Error (took 00:00.719)
>
> Well, I am going to stop here. Clearly there is a LOT of problems
> with Eclipse SVN and I surely hope these problems will be resolved.
>
> As it is, I will only use Eclipse SVN for checking out projects,
> but not for checking in, adding/creating/importing/moving things
> around simply because I do not trust Eclipse SVN at this time.
>
> FWIW,
> Dan
Re: Ganymede SVN problems: Authenication & Random 403 errors? [message #48940 is a reply to message #48790] Wed, 08 July 2009 12:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dan Thurman is currently offline Dan Thurman
Messages: 57
Registered: July 2009
Member
On Wed, 08 Jul 2009 08:15:43 +0200, Jörg Thönnes wrote:

> Hi Dan,
>
> if you put the below input into one (or if possible more) SVN bug
> reports, you are the perfect guy!

Can you at least let me know how to get started,
a link or reference perhaps? Do I need to create
an account on a Bugzilla somewhere? Also which
category should I put the whole thing into?
>
> In this way, Igor could track these issues much easier, I guess.
>
> Cheers, Jörg
>
> P.S. Did you give Mylyn a try?

I guess not...
Could you explain how I can do this?
Links & references on HOWTO?

>
> On 07/07/09 18:17, Dan Thurman wrote:
>> OS: Fedora 9, Apache Httpd w/ subversion support
>>
>> SVN Repositories & Structure:
>>
>> /svn -> /f-App1/Repositories/ (symbolic link)
>> svn -> . (symbolic link to self)
>> svn(1...N}
>> branches
>> tags
>> trunk
>> Eclipse
>> C
>> HelloWorld
>> C++
>> HelloWorld
>> [...]
>> Web
>> ASP
>> WebApp{1...N}
>> HTML
>> WebApp{1...N}
>> JSP
>> WebApp{1...N}
>> PHP
>> WebApp{1...N}
>> Netbeans
>> {Similar Structure as above}
>>
>> The above structure is defined so that I can have a categorized
>> structure and can tie together consistent pathnames both for Eclipse
>> and Svn commands:
>>
>> 1) Using Eclipse:
>>
>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn{1...N}/...
>>
>> 2) Using standard SVN server:
>>
>> svn <command> PATH <arg>
>> where PATH = file:///svn/svn{1...N}/... or
>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn{1...N}/...
>>
>>
>>
>> Below are problems I have encountered with Ganymede (SR2) and for
>> Galileo:
>>
>> Ganymede (SR2):
>> ===============
>>
>> Installed:
>> Subclipse (Required) 1.6.2 Subclipse
>> Integration for Mylyn 3.x (Optional) 3.0.0 Subversion Client
>> Adapter (Required) 1.6.0.2 Subversion Revision Graph
>> 1.0.7 SNVKit Client Adapter (Not required)
>> 1.6.2 SVNKit Library
>> 1.3.0.5847
>>
>> 1) Occasionally, I find that when an error occurs, sometimes
>> Ganymede IDE "loses it's bearings", in other words, it no longer
>> can read/write to the workspace's .metadata files, requiring an
>> Eclipse shutdown and restart, after which the previously saved
>> perspective toolbar perspectives are totally lost, with exception
>> to the default: Java EE perspective.
>>
>> 2) As with all cases below, using the fedora-based repository,
>> local svn commands works with no failures. The fedora-based
>> repository was tested using a remote Turquoise-SVN client, of
>> which it can successfully import, export, create/delete
>> directories/files, remove directories/files, and so on.
>>
>> This strongly seems to indicates that {at least my}
>> Ganymede/Galileo Eclipse IDE is having problems and they seemed to
>> "half work", in that check-outs seemed to work but imports,
>> commits, check-ins, directory/file removals do not work.
>>
>> As mentioned in (3) below these problems may be related to cases
>> where no authentication is asked for, nor provided and may have
>> missing support or simply broken, I don't know what the problem
>> is, only I cannot get this to work with Eclipse.
>>
>> I have tried empty (new) workspaces, have blown away .metadata
>> directories, checked my home directories to ensure that somehow I
>> may have saved repository user/password entries *somewhere* but I
>> cannot find it.
>>
>> 3) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>>
>> Adding a new repository location does not seem to allow for
>> username/password entries where required. I cannot seem to recall
>> if there ever was a user/password interface supported and I
>> suspect by in not providing user/password entries, access is
>> assumed anonymous and could result in "403 Forbidden" access
>> rights?
>>
>> 4) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>>
>> a) Create new folder: "Foo" (PASS)
>>
>> Right-click over "JSP", select: New->New Remote Folder, type
>> in: "Foo", click OK:
>>
>> [Console Tab]
>>
>> mkdir -m ""
>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>> Foo
>> Committed revision 20.
>>
>>
>> b) Delete folder "Foo": (FAIL)
>>
>> Right-click over "Foo", select: Delete..., click OK button:
>>
>> [Console Tab]
>>
>> delete -m ""
>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>> Foo
>> Committed revision 21.
>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP': 403
>> Forbidden
>> (https://my.domain.com)
>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP': 403
>> Forbidden
>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>
>> NOTE: Although the above error is reported, the file
>> structure is not updated and all entries under JSP is
>> empty. Refreshing or double-clicking JSP will show
>> correctly, and directory; "Foo" is actually removed from
>> the repository.
>>
>> 5) Eclipse, Team -> Share fails to import complete application tree:
>>
>> a) Eclipse, Java EE perspective:
>>
>> Right-click on WebApp1, select: Team->Share Project..., select:
>> SVN, click: Next, select repository, click: Next, click: 'Use
>> specified folder name', click 'select', expand tree and click
>> on "trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP", click: OK, click: 'Next', click:
>> 'Finish', and errors results:
>>
>> [Console Tab]
>>
>> {there is nothing before the following line} svn: URL
>> 'https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>> WebApp1' non-existent in that revision
>> svn: URL
>> 'https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>> WebApp1' non-existent in that revision
>> mkdir --parents -m "Initial import." https://my.domain.com/svn/
>> svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/WebApp1
>> Committed revision 22.
>> checkout https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>> WebApp1 -r HEAD --depth=immediates --force
>> Checked out revision 23.
>>
>> NOTE: When you look in the SVN Repository Explorer perspective,
>> you may find that indeed there is a WebApp1 subdirectory,
>> however, the contents of WebApp1 is EMPTY. Somehow, the
>> directories and files failed to be added/committed to the
>> repository.
>>
>> I also noted, that in the SVN Perspective Explorer, if you do
>> not refresh the "WebApp1" directory, deleting this directory
>> results in the "403 Forbidden" error (even though it actually
>> deletes the directory), likewise, if you do refresh the
>> directory, deleting this directory does not produce the "403
>> Forbidden" error. Perhaps, syncing is prevented due to
>> errors just before the next subsequent operation.
>>
>> NOTE: Although not comprehensively shown here, using the
>> SVN Perspective Explorer, any attempts to move directories and
>> files around do not work well at all and 403 Forbidden errors
>> crop up.
>>
>>
>> Galileo:
>> ========
>>
>> Installed:
>> ----------
>> Subversive SVN Connectors
>> 2.2.0 + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation)
>> 0.7.8
>>
>> Subversive SVN Integration for the Mylyn Project (Opt)(Inc)
>> 0.7.8 + Mylyn Connector: Bugzilla
>> 3.2.0 + Mylyn Task List (Required)
>> 3.2.0 + Mylyn Task-Focused Interface (Recommended)
>> 3.2.0 + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation)
>> 0.7.8
>>
>> Subversive SVN Team Provider Sources (Incubation)
>> 0.7.8 + Subversive SVN Integration for the Mylyn Project Sources
>> (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8 + Subversive SVN JDT Ignore Extensions Sources
>> (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8 + Subversive SVN Team Provider
>> Localization Sources (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8 + Subversive SVN Team
>> Provider Sources 0.7.8
>>
>> SVNKit 1.2.0 Implementation (Opt)
>> 2.2.0 + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Inc)
>> 0.7.8
>>
>> 1) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>>
>> a) Create new folder: "Foo" (FAIL/PASS)
>>
>> Right-click over "JSP", select: New->New Remote Folder, type
>> in: "Foo", click OK:
>>
>> [An error message appears on the left-pane, tree of "JSP"] <An
>> error occurred while accessing the repository entry>
>>
>> The above error is quite a problem, because depending on where
>> this directory was added, it is found that refreshing the tree
>> may refuse to display the rest of the directories and files
>> from which this new directory was added. I have found that
>> moving Foo to a directory above, and then moving directory
>> back down to its original entry caused the entire structure
>> under "Web" to disappear and I was not able to access this
>> structure since I could not refresh, close, open, expand, or
>> otherwise force displaying the tree structure.
>>
>> [Console Tab]
>>
>> *** Create Folder
>> svn mkdir
>> "https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>> Foo" -m "" --username "dan"
>> Committed revision 23
>> *** Ok (took 00:00.673)
>>
>> NOTE: The subdirectory was created, but there is nothing
>> to explain why there was an error accessing the
>> repository and what it's implications are.
>>
>> b) Delete folder "Foo": (PASS)
>>
>> Right-click over "Foo", select: Delete..., click OK button:
>>
>> [Console Tab]
>>
>> *** Delete
>> svn delete
>> "https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>> Foo" -m "" --username "dan"
>> Committed revision 24
>> *** Ok (took 00:00.630)
>>
>> NOTE: Adding or removing a directory and/or file works.
>>
>> 2) Eclipse, Team -> Share fails to import application tree:
>>
>> a) Eclipse, Java EE perspective:
>>
>> Right-click on WebApp1, select: Team->Share Project..., select:
>> SVN, click: Next, select repository, click: Next, click:
>> 'Simple Mode:', click: 'Browse' button, expand tree and click
>> on "trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP", click: OK, Type in missing project
>> name (WebApp1), click: 'Next', click: 'Finish', and errors
>> results:
>>
>> NOTE: The comment field shows incorrect path information
>> that was typed/added in the previous dialog box.
>>
>> [Pop-up Error]:
>> Authentication error.
>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>
>>
>> [Console Error]:
>> *** Share Projects
>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
>> (https://my.domain.com)
>> *** Error (took 00:00.719)
>>
>> Well, I am going to stop here. Clearly there is a LOT of problems with
>> Eclipse SVN and I surely hope these problems will be resolved.
>>
>> As it is, I will only use Eclipse SVN for checking out projects, but
>> not for checking in, adding/creating/importing/moving things around
>> simply because I do not trust Eclipse SVN at this time.
>>
>> FWIW,
>> Dan
Re: Ganymede SVN problems: Authenication & Random 403 errors? [message #48971 is a reply to message #48940] Thu, 09 July 2009 03:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jörg Thönnes is currently offline Jörg Thönnes
Messages: 229
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
On 07/08/09 18:04, Dan Thurman wrote:
> On Wed, 08 Jul 2009 08:15:43 +0200, Jörg Thönnes wrote:
>
>> Hi Dan,
>>
>> if you put the below input into one (or if possible more) SVN bug
>> reports, you are the perfect guy!
>
> Can you at least let me know how to get started,
> a link or reference perhaps? Do I need to create
> an account on a Bugzilla somewhere? Also which
> category should I put the whole thing into?
>> In this way, Igor could track these issues much easier, I guess.
>>
>> Cheers, Jörg
>>
>> P.S. Did you give Mylyn a try?
>
> I guess not...
> Could you explain how I can do this?
> Links & references on HOWTO?

The link is https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/

On the right side, the is the login link. Here you can probably register with your e-mail and
password unless you already have a login for the Eclipse site (e.g. wiki). There is only one login,
so you can also update the Eclipse wiki and do other stuff if you got the login account.

Now you can report a bug using for Subversive:

Link: Report a new bug
Step 1: go ahead
Step 2: 1. pick: Component from Eclipse web site
2. pick: Component: Subversive
etc.

Much easier this could be done using Mylyn, which is already packaged with the Eclispe 3.5 / Ganymede.

In the Help menu, select Subversive -> Send Problem Report

Possibly you are asked to setup the Bugzilla connector your self:

Open view Task Repositories
Look for Eclipse Bugzilla, if not present create a new Bugzilla repository by right-clicking.
Select Eclipse from pre-configured drop-down box.
Replace anonymous login by your login credential and press [Validate Settings] to check whether all
works fine.

If you sent your first bug using Mylyn, you will also notice, that there is a "Report Bug or
Enhancement" entry in Help and in the Error view, an option "Report as bug". All this makes bug
reporting from Eclipse (for Eclipse) very fast and simple, it is all based on Mylyn.

For details, see http://www.eclipse.org/Mylyn. Here are some reference to tutorials and other
information. You will notice that Mylyn is not only about issue tracking, but also can track your
current task context.

Cheers, Jörg


>> On 07/07/09 18:17, Dan Thurman wrote:
>>> OS: Fedora 9, Apache Httpd w/ subversion support
>>>
>>> SVN Repositories & Structure:
>>>
>>> /svn -> /f-App1/Repositories/ (symbolic link)
>>> svn -> . (symbolic link to self)
>>> svn(1...N}
>>> branches
>>> tags
>>> trunk
>>> Eclipse
>>> C
>>> HelloWorld
>>> C++
>>> HelloWorld
>>> [...]
>>> Web
>>> ASP
>>> WebApp{1...N}
>>> HTML
>>> WebApp{1...N}
>>> JSP
>>> WebApp{1...N}
>>> PHP
>>> WebApp{1...N}
>>> Netbeans
>>> {Similar Structure as above}
>>>
>>> The above structure is defined so that I can have a categorized
>>> structure and can tie together consistent pathnames both for Eclipse
>>> and Svn commands:
>>>
>>> 1) Using Eclipse:
>>>
>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn{1...N}/...
>>>
>>> 2) Using standard SVN server:
>>>
>>> svn <command> PATH <arg>
>>> where PATH = file:///svn/svn{1...N}/... or
>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn{1...N}/...
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Below are problems I have encountered with Ganymede (SR2) and for
>>> Galileo:
>>>
>>> Ganymede (SR2):
>>> ===============
>>>
>>> Installed:
>>> Subclipse (Required) 1.6.2 Subclipse
>>> Integration for Mylyn 3.x (Optional) 3.0.0 Subversion Client
>>> Adapter (Required) 1.6.0.2 Subversion Revision Graph
>>> 1.0.7 SNVKit Client Adapter (Not required)
>>> 1.6.2 SVNKit Library
>>> 1.3.0.5847
>>>
>>> 1) Occasionally, I find that when an error occurs, sometimes
>>> Ganymede IDE "loses it's bearings", in other words, it no longer
>>> can read/write to the workspace's .metadata files, requiring an
>>> Eclipse shutdown and restart, after which the previously saved
>>> perspective toolbar perspectives are totally lost, with exception
>>> to the default: Java EE perspective.
>>>
>>> 2) As with all cases below, using the fedora-based repository,
>>> local svn commands works with no failures. The fedora-based
>>> repository was tested using a remote Turquoise-SVN client, of
>>> which it can successfully import, export, create/delete
>>> directories/files, remove directories/files, and so on.
>>>
>>> This strongly seems to indicates that {at least my}
>>> Ganymede/Galileo Eclipse IDE is having problems and they seemed to
>>> "half work", in that check-outs seemed to work but imports,
>>> commits, check-ins, directory/file removals do not work.
>>>
>>> As mentioned in (3) below these problems may be related to cases
>>> where no authentication is asked for, nor provided and may have
>>> missing support or simply broken, I don't know what the problem
>>> is, only I cannot get this to work with Eclipse.
>>>
>>> I have tried empty (new) workspaces, have blown away .metadata
>>> directories, checked my home directories to ensure that somehow I
>>> may have saved repository user/password entries *somewhere* but I
>>> cannot find it.
>>>
>>> 3) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>>>
>>> Adding a new repository location does not seem to allow for
>>> username/password entries where required. I cannot seem to recall
>>> if there ever was a user/password interface supported and I
>>> suspect by in not providing user/password entries, access is
>>> assumed anonymous and could result in "403 Forbidden" access
>>> rights?
>>>
>>> 4) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>>>
>>> a) Create new folder: "Foo" (PASS)
>>>
>>> Right-click over "JSP", select: New->New Remote Folder, type
>>> in: "Foo", click OK:
>>>
>>> [Console Tab]
>>>
>>> mkdir -m ""
>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>> Foo
>>> Committed revision 20.
>>>
>>>
>>> b) Delete folder "Foo": (FAIL)
>>>
>>> Right-click over "Foo", select: Delete..., click OK button:
>>>
>>> [Console Tab]
>>>
>>> delete -m ""
>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>> Foo
>>> Committed revision 21.
>>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP': 403
>>> Forbidden
>>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP': 403
>>> Forbidden
>>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>>
>>> NOTE: Although the above error is reported, the file
>>> structure is not updated and all entries under JSP is
>>> empty. Refreshing or double-clicking JSP will show
>>> correctly, and directory; "Foo" is actually removed from
>>> the repository.
>>>
>>> 5) Eclipse, Team -> Share fails to import complete application tree:
>>>
>>> a) Eclipse, Java EE perspective:
>>>
>>> Right-click on WebApp1, select: Team->Share Project..., select:
>>> SVN, click: Next, select repository, click: Next, click: 'Use
>>> specified folder name', click 'select', expand tree and click
>>> on "trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP", click: OK, click: 'Next', click:
>>> 'Finish', and errors results:
>>>
>>> [Console Tab]
>>>
>>> {there is nothing before the following line} svn: URL
>>> 'https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>> WebApp1' non-existent in that revision
>>> svn: URL
>>> 'https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>> WebApp1' non-existent in that revision
>>> mkdir --parents -m "Initial import." https://my.domain.com/svn/
>>> svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/WebApp1
>>> Committed revision 22.
>>> checkout https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>> WebApp1 -r HEAD --depth=immediates --force
>>> Checked out revision 23.
>>>
>>> NOTE: When you look in the SVN Repository Explorer perspective,
>>> you may find that indeed there is a WebApp1 subdirectory,
>>> however, the contents of WebApp1 is EMPTY. Somehow, the
>>> directories and files failed to be added/committed to the
>>> repository.
>>>
>>> I also noted, that in the SVN Perspective Explorer, if you do
>>> not refresh the "WebApp1" directory, deleting this directory
>>> results in the "403 Forbidden" error (even though it actually
>>> deletes the directory), likewise, if you do refresh the
>>> directory, deleting this directory does not produce the "403
>>> Forbidden" error. Perhaps, syncing is prevented due to
>>> errors just before the next subsequent operation.
>>>
>>> NOTE: Although not comprehensively shown here, using the
>>> SVN Perspective Explorer, any attempts to move directories and
>>> files around do not work well at all and 403 Forbidden errors
>>> crop up.
>>>
>>>
>>> Galileo:
>>> ========
>>>
>>> Installed:
>>> ----------
>>> Subversive SVN Connectors
>>> 2.2.0 + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation)
>>> 0.7.8
>>>
>>> Subversive SVN Integration for the Mylyn Project (Opt)(Inc)
>>> 0.7.8 + Mylyn Connector: Bugzilla
>>> 3.2.0 + Mylyn Task List (Required)
>>> 3.2.0 + Mylyn Task-Focused Interface (Recommended)
>>> 3.2.0 + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation)
>>> 0.7.8
>>>
>>> Subversive SVN Team Provider Sources (Incubation)
>>> 0.7.8 + Subversive SVN Integration for the Mylyn Project Sources
>>> (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8 + Subversive SVN JDT Ignore Extensions Sources
>>> (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8 + Subversive SVN Team Provider
>>> Localization Sources (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8 + Subversive SVN Team
>>> Provider Sources 0.7.8
>>>
>>> SVNKit 1.2.0 Implementation (Opt)
>>> 2.2.0 + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Inc)
>>> 0.7.8
>>>
>>> 1) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>>>
>>> a) Create new folder: "Foo" (FAIL/PASS)
>>>
>>> Right-click over "JSP", select: New->New Remote Folder, type
>>> in: "Foo", click OK:
>>>
>>> [An error message appears on the left-pane, tree of "JSP"] <An
>>> error occurred while accessing the repository entry>
>>>
>>> The above error is quite a problem, because depending on where
>>> this directory was added, it is found that refreshing the tree
>>> may refuse to display the rest of the directories and files
>>> from which this new directory was added. I have found that
>>> moving Foo to a directory above, and then moving directory
>>> back down to its original entry caused the entire structure
>>> under "Web" to disappear and I was not able to access this
>>> structure since I could not refresh, close, open, expand, or
>>> otherwise force displaying the tree structure.
>>>
>>> [Console Tab]
>>>
>>> *** Create Folder
>>> svn mkdir
>>> "https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>> Foo" -m "" --username "dan"
>>> Committed revision 23
>>> *** Ok (took 00:00.673)
>>>
>>> NOTE: The subdirectory was created, but there is nothing
>>> to explain why there was an error accessing the
>>> repository and what it's implications are.
>>>
>>> b) Delete folder "Foo": (PASS)
>>>
>>> Right-click over "Foo", select: Delete..., click OK button:
>>>
>>> [Console Tab]
>>>
>>> *** Delete
>>> svn delete
>>> "https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>> Foo" -m "" --username "dan"
>>> Committed revision 24
>>> *** Ok (took 00:00.630)
>>>
>>> NOTE: Adding or removing a directory and/or file works.
>>>
>>> 2) Eclipse, Team -> Share fails to import application tree:
>>>
>>> a) Eclipse, Java EE perspective:
>>>
>>> Right-click on WebApp1, select: Team->Share Project..., select:
>>> SVN, click: Next, select repository, click: Next, click:
>>> 'Simple Mode:', click: 'Browse' button, expand tree and click
>>> on "trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP", click: OK, Type in missing project
>>> name (WebApp1), click: 'Next', click: 'Finish', and errors
>>> results:
>>>
>>> NOTE: The comment field shows incorrect path information
>>> that was typed/added in the previous dialog box.
>>>
>>> [Pop-up Error]:
>>> Authentication error.
>>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
>>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>>
>>>
>>> [Console Error]:
>>> *** Share Projects
>>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
>>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>> *** Error (took 00:00.719)
>>>
>>> Well, I am going to stop here. Clearly there is a LOT of problems with
>>> Eclipse SVN and I surely hope these problems will be resolved.
>>>
>>> As it is, I will only use Eclipse SVN for checking out projects, but
>>> not for checking in, adding/creating/importing/moving things around
>>> simply because I do not trust Eclipse SVN at this time.
>>>
>>> FWIW,
>>> Dan
>
Re: Ganymede SVN problems: Authenication & Random 403 errors? [message #49060 is a reply to message #48971] Thu, 09 July 2009 10:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dan Thurman is currently offline Dan Thurman
Messages: 57
Registered: July 2009
Member
On Thu, 09 Jul 2009 09:46:56 +0200, Jörg Thönnes wrote:

> On 07/08/09 18:04, Dan Thurman wrote:
>> On Wed, 08 Jul 2009 08:15:43 +0200, Jörg Thönnes wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Dan,
>>>
>>> if you put the below input into one (or if possible more) SVN bug
>>> reports, you are the perfect guy!
>>
>> Can you at least let me know how to get started, a link or reference
>> perhaps? Do I need to create an account on a Bugzilla somewhere? Also
>> which category should I put the whole thing into?
>>> In this way, Igor could track these issues much easier, I guess.
>>>
>>> Cheers, Jörg
>>>
>>> P.S. Did you give Mylyn a try?
>>
>> I guess not...
>> Could you explain how I can do this?
>> Links & references on HOWTO?
>
> The link is https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/
>
> On the right side, the is the login link. Here you can probably register
> with your e-mail and password unless you already have a login for the
> Eclipse site (e.g. wiki). There is only one login, so you can also
> update the Eclipse wiki and do other stuff if you got the login account.
>
> Now you can report a bug using for Subversive:
>
> Link: Report a new bug
> Step 1: go ahead
> Step 2: 1. pick: Component from Eclipse web site
> 2. pick: Component: Subversive
> etc.
>
> Much easier this could be done using Mylyn, which is already packaged
> with the Eclispe 3.5 / Ganymede.
>
> In the Help menu, select Subversive -> Send Problem Report
>
> Possibly you are asked to setup the Bugzilla connector your self:
>
> Open view Task Repositories
> Look for Eclipse Bugzilla, if not present create a new Bugzilla
> repository by right-clicking. Select Eclipse from pre-configured
> drop-down box. Replace anonymous login by your login credential and
> press [Validate Settings] to check whether all works fine.
>
> If you sent your first bug using Mylyn, you will also notice, that there
> is a "Report Bug or Enhancement" entry in Help and in the Error view, an
> option "Report as bug". All this makes bug reporting from Eclipse (for
> Eclipse) very fast and simple, it is all based on Mylyn.
>
> For details, see http://www.eclipse.org/Mylyn. Here are some reference
> to tutorials and other information. You will notice that Mylyn is not
> only about issue tracking, but also can track your current task context.
>
> Cheers, Jörg
>
>
>>> On 07/07/09 18:17, Dan Thurman wrote:
>>>> OS: Fedora 9, Apache Httpd w/ subversion support
>>>>
>>>> SVN Repositories & Structure:
>>>>
>>>> /svn -> /f-App1/Repositories/ (symbolic link)
>>>> svn -> . (symbolic link to self)
>>>> svn(1...N}
>>>> branches
>>>> tags
>>>> trunk
>>>> Eclipse
>>>> C
>>>> HelloWorld
>>>> C++
>>>> HelloWorld
>>>> [...]
>>>> Web
>>>> ASP
>>>> WebApp{1...N}
>>>> HTML
>>>> WebApp{1...N}
>>>> JSP
>>>> WebApp{1...N}
>>>> PHP
>>>> WebApp{1...N}
>>>> Netbeans
>>>> {Similar Structure as above}
>>>>
>>>> The above structure is defined so that I can have a categorized
>>>> structure and can tie together consistent pathnames both for Eclipse
>>>> and Svn commands:
>>>>
>>>> 1) Using Eclipse:
>>>>
>>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn{1...N}/...
>>>>
>>>> 2) Using standard SVN server:
>>>>
>>>> svn <command> PATH <arg>
>>>> where PATH = file:///svn/svn{1...N}/... or
>>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn{1...N}/...
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Below are problems I have encountered with Ganymede (SR2) and for
>>>> Galileo:
>>>>
>>>> Ganymede (SR2):
>>>> ===============
>>>>
>>>> Installed:
>>>> Subclipse (Required) 1.6.2 Subclipse
>>>> Integration for Mylyn 3.x (Optional) 3.0.0 Subversion Client
>>>> Adapter (Required) 1.6.0.2 Subversion Revision Graph
>>>> 1.0.7 SNVKit Client Adapter (Not required)
>>>> 1.6.2 SVNKit Library
>>>> 1.3.0.5847
>>>>
>>>> 1) Occasionally, I find that when an error occurs, sometimes
>>>> Ganymede IDE "loses it's bearings", in other words, it no longer
>>>> can read/write to the workspace's .metadata files, requiring an
>>>> Eclipse shutdown and restart, after which the previously saved
>>>> perspective toolbar perspectives are totally lost, with
>>>> exception to the default: Java EE perspective.
>>>>
>>>> 2) As with all cases below, using the fedora-based repository,
>>>> local svn commands works with no failures. The fedora-based
>>>> repository was tested using a remote Turquoise-SVN client, of
>>>> which it can successfully import, export, create/delete
>>>> directories/files, remove directories/files, and so on.
>>>>
>>>> This strongly seems to indicates that {at least my}
>>>> Ganymede/Galileo Eclipse IDE is having problems and they seemed
>>>> to "half work", in that check-outs seemed to work but imports,
>>>> commits, check-ins, directory/file removals do not work.
>>>>
>>>> As mentioned in (3) below these problems may be related to cases
>>>> where no authentication is asked for, nor provided and may have
>>>> missing support or simply broken, I don't know what the problem
>>>> is, only I cannot get this to work with Eclipse.
>>>>
>>>> I have tried empty (new) workspaces, have blown away .metadata
>>>> directories, checked my home directories to ensure that somehow
>>>> I may have saved repository user/password entries *somewhere*
>>>> but I cannot find it.
>>>>
>>>> 3) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>>>>
>>>> Adding a new repository location does not seem to allow for
>>>> username/password entries where required. I cannot seem to
>>>> recall if there ever was a user/password interface supported and
>>>> I suspect by in not providing user/password entries, access is
>>>> assumed anonymous and could result in "403 Forbidden" access
>>>> rights?
>>>>
>>>> 4) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>>>>
>>>> a) Create new folder: "Foo" (PASS)
>>>>
>>>> Right-click over "JSP", select: New->New Remote Folder, type
>>>> in: "Foo", click OK:
>>>>
>>>> [Console Tab]
>>>>
>>>> mkdir -m ""
>>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>> Foo
>>>> Committed revision 20.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> b) Delete folder "Foo": (FAIL)
>>>>
>>>> Right-click over "Foo", select: Delete..., click OK button:
>>>>
>>>> [Console Tab]
>>>>
>>>> delete -m ""
>>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>> Foo
>>>> Committed revision 21.
>>>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP': 403
>>>> Forbidden
>>>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP': 403
>>>> Forbidden
>>>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>>>
>>>> NOTE: Although the above error is reported, the file
>>>> structure is not updated and all entries under JSP is
>>>> empty. Refreshing or double-clicking JSP will show
>>>> correctly, and directory; "Foo" is actually removed from
>>>> the repository.
>>>>
>>>> 5) Eclipse, Team -> Share fails to import complete application
>>>> tree:
>>>>
>>>> a) Eclipse, Java EE perspective:
>>>>
>>>> Right-click on WebApp1, select: Team->Share Project...,
>>>> select: SVN, click: Next, select repository, click: Next,
>>>> click: 'Use specified folder name', click 'select', expand
>>>> tree and click on "trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP", click: OK, click:
>>>> 'Next', click: 'Finish', and errors results:
>>>>
>>>> [Console Tab]
>>>>
>>>> {there is nothing before the following line} svn: URL
>>>> 'https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>> WebApp1' non-existent in that revision
>>>> svn: URL
>>>> 'https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>> WebApp1' non-existent in that revision
>>>> mkdir --parents -m "Initial import."
>>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/
>>>> svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/WebApp1
>>>> Committed revision 22.
>>>> checkout
>>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>> WebApp1 -r HEAD --depth=immediates --force
>>>> Checked out revision 23.
>>>>
>>>> NOTE: When you look in the SVN Repository Explorer perspective,
>>>> you may find that indeed there is a WebApp1 subdirectory,
>>>> however, the contents of WebApp1 is EMPTY. Somehow, the
>>>> directories and files failed to be added/committed to the
>>>> repository.
>>>>
>>>> I also noted, that in the SVN Perspective Explorer, if you
>>>> do not refresh the "WebApp1" directory, deleting this
>>>> directory results in the "403 Forbidden" error (even though
>>>> it actually deletes the directory), likewise, if you do
>>>> refresh the directory, deleting this directory does not
>>>> produce the "403 Forbidden" error. Perhaps, syncing is
>>>> prevented due to errors just before the next subsequent
>>>> operation.
>>>>
>>>> NOTE: Although not comprehensively shown here, using the
>>>> SVN Perspective Explorer, any attempts to move directories and
>>>> files around do not work well at all and 403 Forbidden errors
>>>> crop up.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Galileo:
>>>> ========
>>>>
>>>> Installed:
>>>> ----------
>>>> Subversive SVN Connectors
>>>> 2.2.0 + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation)
>>>> 0.7.8
>>>>
>>>> Subversive SVN Integration for the Mylyn Project (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8 +
>>>> Mylyn Connector: Bugzilla
>>>> 3.2.0 + Mylyn Task List (Required)
>>>> 3.2.0 + Mylyn Task-Focused Interface (Recommended)
>>>> 3.2.0 + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation)
>>>> 0.7.8
>>>>
>>>> Subversive SVN Team Provider Sources (Incubation) 0.7.8 + Subversive
>>>> SVN Integration for the Mylyn Project Sources (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8 +
>>>> Subversive SVN JDT Ignore Extensions Sources (Opt)(Inc)
>>>> 0.7.8 + Subversive SVN Team Provider Localization Sources (Opt)(Inc)
>>>> 0.7.8 + Subversive SVN Team Provider Sources
>>>> 0.7.8
>>>>
>>>> SVNKit 1.2.0 Implementation (Opt)
>>>> 2.2.0 + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Inc)
>>>> 0.7.8
>>>>
>>>> 1) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>>>>
>>>> a) Create new folder: "Foo" (FAIL/PASS)
>>>>
>>>> Right-click over "JSP", select: New->New Remote Folder, type
>>>> in: "Foo", click OK:
>>>>
>>>> [An error message appears on the left-pane, tree of "JSP"]
>>>> <An error occurred while accessing the repository entry>
>>>>
>>>> The above error is quite a problem, because depending on
>>>> where this directory was added, it is found that refreshing
>>>> the tree may refuse to display the rest of the directories
>>>> and files from which this new directory was added. I have
>>>> found that moving Foo to a directory above, and then moving
>>>> directory back down to its original entry caused the entire
>>>> structure under "Web" to disappear and I was not able to
>>>> access this structure since I could not refresh, close,
>>>> open, expand, or otherwise force displaying the tree
>>>> structure.
>>>>
>>>> [Console Tab]
>>>>
>>>> *** Create Folder
>>>> svn mkdir
>>>> "https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>> Foo" -m "" --username "dan"
>>>> Committed revision 23
>>>> *** Ok (took 00:00.673)
>>>>
>>>> NOTE: The subdirectory was created, but there is nothing
>>>> to explain why there was an error accessing the
>>>> repository and what it's implications are.
>>>>
>>>> b) Delete folder "Foo": (PASS)
>>>>
>>>> Right-click over "Foo", select: Delete..., click OK button:
>>>>
>>>> [Console Tab]
>>>>
>>>> *** Delete
>>>> svn delete
>>>> "https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>> Foo" -m "" --username "dan"
>>>> Committed revision 24
>>>> *** Ok (took 00:00.630)
>>>>
>>>> NOTE: Adding or removing a directory and/or file works.
>>>>
>>>> 2) Eclipse, Team -> Share fails to import application tree:
>>>>
>>>> a) Eclipse, Java EE perspective:
>>>>
>>>> Right-click on WebApp1, select: Team->Share Project...,
>>>> select: SVN, click: Next, select repository, click: Next,
>>>> click: 'Simple Mode:', click: 'Browse' button, expand tree
>>>> and click on "trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP", click: OK, Type in
>>>> missing project name (WebApp1), click: 'Next', click:
>>>> 'Finish', and errors results:
>>>>
>>>> NOTE: The comment field shows incorrect path information
>>>> that was typed/added in the previous dialog box.
>>>>
>>>> [Pop-up Error]:
>>>> Authentication error.
>>>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
>>>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> [Console Error]:
>>>> *** Share Projects
>>>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
>>>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>>> *** Error (took 00:00.719)
>>>>
>>>> Well, I am going to stop here. Clearly there is a LOT of problems
>>>> with Eclipse SVN and I surely hope these problems will be resolved.
>>>>
>>>> As it is, I will only use Eclipse SVN for checking out projects, but
>>>> not for checking in, adding/creating/importing/moving things around
>>>> simply because I do not trust Eclipse SVN at this time.
>>>>
>>>> FWIW,
>>>> Dan
>>

Dang! Mylyn is pretty cool, best thing since
sliced bread (or nearly so)! ;)

I sent my first problem report: ID: 283032
Re: Ganymede SVN problems: Authenication & Random 403 errors? [message #49523 is a reply to message #49060] Sat, 18 July 2009 11:50 Go to previous message
Igor Burilo is currently offline Igor Burilo
Messages: 435
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Dan,

Please, see my comments in bug.

> On Thu, 09 Jul 2009 09:46:56 +0200, Jorg Thonnes wrote:
>
>> On 07/08/09 18:04, Dan Thurman wrote:
>>> On Wed, 08 Jul 2009 08:15:43 +0200, JArg ThAnnes wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi Dan,
>>>>
>>>> if you put the below input into one (or if possible more) SVN bug
>>>> reports, you are the perfect guy!
>>>
>>> Can you at least let me know how to get started, a link or reference
>>> perhaps? Do I need to create an account on a Bugzilla somewhere? Also
>>> which category should I put the whole thing into?
>>>> In this way, Igor could track these issues much easier, I guess.
>>>>
>>>> Cheers, JArg
>>>>
>>>> P.S. Did you give Mylyn a try?
>>>
>>> I guess not...
>>> Could you explain how I can do this?
>>> Links & references on HOWTO?
>>
>> The link is https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/
>>
>> On the right side, the is the login link. Here you can probably register
>> with your e-mail and password unless you already have a login for the
>> Eclipse site (e.g. wiki). There is only one login, so you can also
>> update the Eclipse wiki and do other stuff if you got the login account.
>>
>> Now you can report a bug using for Subversive:
>>
>> Link: Report a new bug
>> Step 1: go ahead
>> Step 2: 1. pick: Component from Eclipse web site
>> 2. pick: Component: Subversive
>> etc.
>>
>> Much easier this could be done using Mylyn, which is already packaged
>> with the Eclispe 3.5 / Ganymede.
>>
>> In the Help menu, select Subversive -> Send Problem Report
>>
>> Possibly you are asked to setup the Bugzilla connector your self:
>>
>> Open view Task Repositories
>> Look for Eclipse Bugzilla, if not present create a new Bugzilla
>> repository by right-clicking. Select Eclipse from pre-configured
>> drop-down box. Replace anonymous login by your login credential and
>> press [Validate Settings] to check whether all works fine.
>>
>> If you sent your first bug using Mylyn, you will also notice, that there
>> is a "Report Bug or Enhancement" entry in Help and in the Error view, an
>> option "Report as bug". All this makes bug reporting from Eclipse (for
>> Eclipse) very fast and simple, it is all based on Mylyn.
>>
>> For details, see http://www.eclipse.org/Mylyn. Here are some reference
>> to tutorials and other information. You will notice that Mylyn is not
>> only about issue tracking, but also can track your current task context.
>>
>> Cheers, Jorg
>>
>>
>>>> On 07/07/09 18:17, Dan Thurman wrote:
>>>>> OS: Fedora 9, Apache Httpd w/ subversion support
>>>>>
>>>>> SVN Repositories & Structure:
>>>>>
>>>>> /svn -> /f-App1/Repositories/ (symbolic link)
>>>>> svn -> . (symbolic link to self)
>>>>> svn(1...N}
>>>>> branches
>>>>> tags
>>>>> trunk
>>>>> Eclipse
>>>>> C
>>>>> HelloWorld
>>>>> C++
>>>>> HelloWorld
>>>>> [...]
>>>>> Web
>>>>> ASP
>>>>> WebApp{1...N}
>>>>> HTML
>>>>> WebApp{1...N}
>>>>> JSP
>>>>> WebApp{1...N}
>>>>> PHP
>>>>> WebApp{1...N}
>>>>> Netbeans
>>>>> {Similar Structure as above}
>>>>>
>>>>> The above structure is defined so that I can have a categorized
>>>>> structure and can tie together consistent pathnames both for Eclipse
>>>>> and Svn commands:
>>>>>
>>>>> 1) Using Eclipse:
>>>>>
>>>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn{1...N}/...
>>>>>
>>>>> 2) Using standard SVN server:
>>>>>
>>>>> svn <command> PATH <arg>
>>>>> where PATH = file:///svn/svn{1...N}/... or
>>>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn{1...N}/...
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Below are problems I have encountered with Ganymede (SR2) and for
>>>>> Galileo:
>>>>>
>>>>> Ganymede (SR2):
>>>>> ===============
>>>>>
>>>>> Installed:
>>>>> Subclipse (Required) 1.6.2 Subclipse
>>>>> Integration for Mylyn 3.x (Optional) 3.0.0 Subversion Client
>>>>> Adapter (Required) 1.6.0.2 Subversion Revision Graph
>>>>> 1.0.7 SNVKit Client Adapter (Not required)
>>>>> 1.6.2 SVNKit Library
>>>>> 1.3.0.5847
>>>>>
>>>>> 1) Occasionally, I find that when an error occurs, sometimes
>>>>> Ganymede IDE "loses it's bearings", in other words, it no longer
>>>>> can read/write to the workspace's .metadata files, requiring an
>>>>> Eclipse shutdown and restart, after which the previously saved
>>>>> perspective toolbar perspectives are totally lost, with
>>>>> exception to the default: Java EE perspective.
>>>>>
>>>>> 2) As with all cases below, using the fedora-based repository,
>>>>> local svn commands works with no failures. The fedora-based
>>>>> repository was tested using a remote Turquoise-SVN client, of
>>>>> which it can successfully import, export, create/delete
>>>>> directories/files, remove directories/files, and so on.
>>>>>
>>>>> This strongly seems to indicates that {at least my}
>>>>> Ganymede/Galileo Eclipse IDE is having problems and they seemed
>>>>> to "half work", in that check-outs seemed to work but imports,
>>>>> commits, check-ins, directory/file removals do not work.
>>>>>
>>>>> As mentioned in (3) below these problems may be related to cases
>>>>> where no authentication is asked for, nor provided and may have
>>>>> missing support or simply broken, I don't know what the problem
>>>>> is, only I cannot get this to work with Eclipse.
>>>>>
>>>>> I have tried empty (new) workspaces, have blown away .metadata
>>>>> directories, checked my home directories to ensure that somehow
>>>>> I may have saved repository user/password entries *somewhere*
>>>>> but I cannot find it.
>>>>>
>>>>> 3) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>>>>>
>>>>> Adding a new repository location does not seem to allow for
>>>>> username/password entries where required. I cannot seem to
>>>>> recall if there ever was a user/password interface supported and
>>>>> I suspect by in not providing user/password entries, access is
>>>>> assumed anonymous and could result in "403 Forbidden" access
>>>>> rights?
>>>>>
>>>>> 4) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>>>>>
>>>>> a) Create new folder: "Foo" (PASS)
>>>>>
>>>>> Right-click over "JSP", select: New->New Remote Folder, type
>>>>> in: "Foo", click OK:
>>>>>
>>>>> [Console Tab]
>>>>>
>>>>> mkdir -m ""
>>>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>>> Foo
>>>>> Committed revision 20.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> b) Delete folder "Foo": (FAIL)
>>>>>
>>>>> Right-click over "Foo", select: Delete..., click OK button:
>>>>>
>>>>> [Console Tab]
>>>>>
>>>>> delete -m ""
>>>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>>> Foo
>>>>> Committed revision 21.
>>>>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP': 403
>>>>> Forbidden
>>>>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>>>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP': 403
>>>>> Forbidden
>>>>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>>>>
>>>>> NOTE: Although the above error is reported, the file
>>>>> structure is not updated and all entries under JSP is
>>>>> empty. Refreshing or double-clicking JSP will show
>>>>> correctly, and directory; "Foo" is actually removed from
>>>>> the repository.
>>>>>
>>>>> 5) Eclipse, Team -> Share fails to import complete application
>>>>> tree:
>>>>>
>>>>> a) Eclipse, Java EE perspective:
>>>>>
>>>>> Right-click on WebApp1, select: Team->Share Project...,
>>>>> select: SVN, click: Next, select repository, click: Next,
>>>>> click: 'Use specified folder name', click 'select', expand
>>>>> tree and click on "trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP", click: OK, click:
>>>>> 'Next', click: 'Finish', and errors results:
>>>>>
>>>>> [Console Tab]
>>>>>
>>>>> {there is nothing before the following line} svn: URL
>>>>> 'https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>>> WebApp1' non-existent in that revision
>>>>> svn: URL
>>>>> 'https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>>> WebApp1' non-existent in that revision
>>>>> mkdir --parents -m "Initial import."
>>>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/
>>>>> svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/WebApp1
>>>>> Committed revision 22.
>>>>> checkout
>>>>> https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>>> WebApp1 -r HEAD --depth=immediates --force
>>>>> Checked out revision 23.
>>>>>
>>>>> NOTE: When you look in the SVN Repository Explorer perspective,
>>>>> you may find that indeed there is a WebApp1 subdirectory,
>>>>> however, the contents of WebApp1 is EMPTY. Somehow, the
>>>>> directories and files failed to be added/committed to the
>>>>> repository.
>>>>>
>>>>> I also noted, that in the SVN Perspective Explorer, if you
>>>>> do not refresh the "WebApp1" directory, deleting this
>>>>> directory results in the "403 Forbidden" error (even though
>>>>> it actually deletes the directory), likewise, if you do
>>>>> refresh the directory, deleting this directory does not
>>>>> produce the "403 Forbidden" error. Perhaps, syncing is
>>>>> prevented due to errors just before the next subsequent
>>>>> operation.
>>>>>
>>>>> NOTE: Although not comprehensively shown here, using the
>>>>> SVN Perspective Explorer, any attempts to move directories and
>>>>> files around do not work well at all and 403 Forbidden errors
>>>>> crop up.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Galileo:
>>>>> ========
>>>>>
>>>>> Installed:
>>>>> ----------
>>>>> Subversive SVN Connectors
>>>>> 2.2.0 + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation)
>>>>> 0.7.8
>>>>>
>>>>> Subversive SVN Integration for the Mylyn Project (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8 +
>>>>> Mylyn Connector: Bugzilla
>>>>> 3.2.0 + Mylyn Task List (Required)
>>>>> 3.2.0 + Mylyn Task-Focused Interface (Recommended)
>>>>> 3.2.0 + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation)
>>>>> 0.7.8
>>>>>
>>>>> Subversive SVN Team Provider Sources (Incubation) 0.7.8 + Subversive
>>>>> SVN Integration for the Mylyn Project Sources (Opt)(Inc) 0.7.8 +
>>>>> Subversive SVN JDT Ignore Extensions Sources (Opt)(Inc)
>>>>> 0.7.8 + Subversive SVN Team Provider Localization Sources (Opt)(Inc)
>>>>> 0.7.8 + Subversive SVN Team Provider Sources
>>>>> 0.7.8
>>>>>
>>>>> SVNKit 1.2.0 Implementation (Opt)
>>>>> 2.2.0 + Subversive SVN Team Provider (Inc)
>>>>> 0.7.8
>>>>>
>>>>> 1) Eclipse, SVN Repository Explorer perspective:
>>>>>
>>>>> a) Create new folder: "Foo" (FAIL/PASS)
>>>>>
>>>>> Right-click over "JSP", select: New->New Remote Folder, type
>>>>> in: "Foo", click OK:
>>>>>
>>>>> [An error message appears on the left-pane, tree of "JSP"]
>>>>> <An error occurred while accessing the repository entry>
>>>>>
>>>>> The above error is quite a problem, because depending on
>>>>> where this directory was added, it is found that refreshing
>>>>> the tree may refuse to display the rest of the directories
>>>>> and files from which this new directory was added. I have
>>>>> found that moving Foo to a directory above, and then moving
>>>>> directory back down to its original entry caused the entire
>>>>> structure under "Web" to disappear and I was not able to
>>>>> access this structure since I could not refresh, close,
>>>>> open, expand, or otherwise force displaying the tree
>>>>> structure.
>>>>>
>>>>> [Console Tab]
>>>>>
>>>>> *** Create Folder
>>>>> svn mkdir
>>>>> "https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>>> Foo" -m "" --username "dan"
>>>>> Committed revision 23
>>>>> *** Ok (took 00:00.673)
>>>>>
>>>>> NOTE: The subdirectory was created, but there is nothing
>>>>> to explain why there was an error accessing the
>>>>> repository and what it's implications are.
>>>>>
>>>>> b) Delete folder "Foo": (PASS)
>>>>>
>>>>> Right-click over "Foo", select: Delete..., click OK button:
>>>>>
>>>>> [Console Tab]
>>>>>
>>>>> *** Delete
>>>>> svn delete
>>>>> "https://my.domain.com/svn/svn1/trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP/
>>>>> Foo" -m "" --username "dan"
>>>>> Committed revision 24
>>>>> *** Ok (took 00:00.630)
>>>>>
>>>>> NOTE: Adding or removing a directory and/or file works.
>>>>>
>>>>> 2) Eclipse, Team -> Share fails to import application tree:
>>>>>
>>>>> a) Eclipse, Java EE perspective:
>>>>>
>>>>> Right-click on WebApp1, select: Team->Share Project...,
>>>>> select: SVN, click: Next, select repository, click: Next,
>>>>> click: 'Simple Mode:', click: 'Browse' button, expand tree
>>>>> and click on "trunk/Eclipse/Web/JSP", click: OK, Type in
>>>>> missing project name (WebApp1), click: 'Next', click:
>>>>> 'Finish', and errors results:
>>>>>
>>>>> NOTE: The comment field shows incorrect path information
>>>>> that was typed/added in the previous dialog box.
>>>>>
>>>>> [Pop-up Error]:
>>>>> Authentication error.
>>>>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
>>>>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> [Console Error]:
>>>>> *** Share Projects
>>>>> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/svn1/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
>>>>> (https://my.domain.com)
>>>>> *** Error (took 00:00.719)
>>>>>
>>>>> Well, I am going to stop here. Clearly there is a LOT of problems
>>>>> with Eclipse SVN and I surely hope these problems will be resolved.
>>>>>
>>>>> As it is, I will only use Eclipse SVN for checking out projects, but
>>>>> not for checking in, adding/creating/importing/moving things around
>>>>> simply because I do not trust Eclipse SVN at this time.
>>>>>
>>>>> FWIW,
>>>>> Dan
>>>
>
> Dang! Mylyn is pretty cool, best thing since
> sliced bread (or nearly so)! ;)
>
> I sent my first problem report: ID: 283032
>
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