When you uninstalled/reinstalled, did you reboot between each part of the process? If so, perhaps try uninstalling, rebooting and removing all instances of SmartSVN from the registry before attempting a reinstall? As for the connectivity issues, that sounds like a problem with the configuration on the repository server - did you select the web server as part of the install, and did you install it as a service? What settings did you put in?
Thanks for the recommendation. I also disabled my AV software as well and still not success. I do see the SmartSVN Status service running, but the SmartSVN client is still terminating as soon as it starts.
As for the repository server, I don't recall the exact settings I had selected. I do know that Apache was running (as a service) and the test page was accessible from other workstations. When I was trying to get connected via SmartSvn, there was some errors in the Apache error.log and I think the subversion.log as well. I never tried using the svn client with the http// access method.
Is there any logging the SmartSvn performs, or can be setup to perform that may indicate at what point it is failing?
Not sure if Subversion does, it's usually been the apache logs that I've looked through - but then if you didn't set up apache and use http to access the repo then there won't be any logs there unfortunately. The subversion log is I believe the history of commits and log messages rather than errors.
So it sounds like SmartSvn does not do its own logging....bummer. Then I am at a loss for identifying what is causing the failure. :(
Well it's a windows program so something might show in the event viewer?
Hi guys,Thanks for your informative post.I am running SmartSVN version 6.6.11 and am getting a message saying that the project I am trying to access is part of a Subversion 1.7 or greater working copy. It is asking me to upgrade but I am already running the SVN 1.7 client! .If any one knows reply to this post.Thanks Advance:rolleyes: