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From andre.fons...@mail.com
Subject Re: Problem building Apache Continuum in Tomcat 6 - Could not read status
Date Mon, 24 Jan 2011 19:48:52 GMT

 Hi Louis, thanks for your reply!

I tried with "scm:svn:svn://my-ip:my-port/project" and it works! The project has been checkout.

Now appears a new problem, when I build the project I see "ant is not recognized"

I already have ANT configured in my PATH variable and I can run it in command prompt.

Should I copy the build.xml to a specific place?

TIA


 

 

-----Original Message-----
From: Louis Smith <dr.louis.smith@gmail.com>
To: users@continuum.apache.org
Sent: Mon, Jan 24, 2011 5:31 pm
Subject: Re: Problem building Apache Continuum in Tomcat 6 - Could not read status


What happens when you try using scm:svn:svn://my-ip:my-port/project as the

SCM URL?



If you haven't configured apache with the svndav connectors for HTTP access,

you may only be able to use the :3690 SVN access protocol.



Good luck!



Louis







On Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 12:56 PM, <andre.fonseca@mail.com> wrote:



>

>  Hi all,

>

> I configured Apache Continuum as webapp in Tomcat 6 on Windows 7.

> Then I installed http://www.sliksvn.com/ as SVN Client and put it on my

> PATH environment variable.

>

>

>  In the prompt command line I can do:

> "svn co svn://my-ip:my-port/project" and checkout the project from SVN

>

> After that I tried to add a ANT project in Continuum using "SCM url" as

> "scm:svn:http://my-ip:my-port/project"

>

> But I got the error bellow

> Command output: svn: OPTIONS of 'http://my-ip:my-port/project: Could not

> read status line: connection was closed by server (http://my-ip:my-port)

>

> I'm under a proxy server. This could be the problem? This could be related

> with svn cache? I also have tortoise installed, this could be an issue?

> I also have tried a lot of options of SCM URL without success.

>

> Any suggest?

>

> TIA

>

>

>





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Dr. Louis Smith, ThD

Chief Technology Officer, Kyra InfoTech

Colonel, Commemorative Air Force

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