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user name and password when connectting to spring by using svn

 
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Justin Howard wrote:@David
My mistake...

@Tim
Thanks for the reply.


I am able to browse the repository https://src.springframework.org/sv/spring-samples
on the svn server . I am able to checkout a project on the svn server with tortoise svn.
But not able to browse or create a repository in eclipse.


When I try to create a new repository https://src.springframework.org/svn/spring-samples in svn explorer in eclipse
I get this error.


I have configured the proxy username and password in eclipse.

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hey friends,

Would you please let me know the user name and password when connectting to spring by using svn? I can't find the login page on spring web page. Thanks.

------------seems it works for me now. should use export function in svn. no need user and password.
 
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The problem is that spring-samples isn't a repository. It's a directory containing repositories. If you try to connect to the repository https://src.springframework.org/svn/spring-samples/mvc-ajax/ (I picked one project at random) in Eclipse, it will check it out with a username/password. I just tried.

The way you know which level is the repository is to keep drilling down until you see a directory called "trunk." The directory above it is the repository path.
 
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