I'm trying to evaluate Continuum for a comparision against Hudson  (which actually was very easy to setup and run a Maven project on).  I've quickly run into two issues I hope there is help for.  I did research that apache site and goggle first, but didn't find much.

Question #1 - Does Continuum support the ability to create projects by accessing a pom.xml over svn+ssh?  Yes, the command works locally from a DOS command prompt.  Feels like it's not supported or I do not have Continuum configured correctly.  Please advise.  I'm running on apache-continuum-1.2.3.  I did switch the protocol to https and it tried to download, but it failed because we don't support it which was expected.  The error flow was much different than the svn+ssh.  Nothing useful showed in the Continuum.log under Tomcat 5.5.17.

Question #2 - Even if I create a project with a local pom.xml, I still get an error when it tries to check out the project when I run the build.  Again, is this not supported or am I missing configuration?  Do I need to add an envvar so that Continuum has the same access as DOS?
Provider message: The svn command failed.
Command output:
svn: Can't create tunnel: The system cannot find the file specified.

Again, I'm not finding anything useful in the Continuum.log


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