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SVN and DI Studio 4.9

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SVN and DI Studio 4.9

Hi,

I am trying to configure SVN for DI Studio. I have the plugin enabled and I am able to connect to a local SVN repository. When I try to connect to SVN server on another host/server I get "Failed to connect to server". I am able to open URL to this server sucessfully via browser. Any ideas as to why I cannot connect to SVN on a different host. I am thinking is has something to with secure login or NTLM but I cannot say for sure or not sure where to check for more detaiol on the error.

Many thanks,

Brendan


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‎04-04-2016 04:33 AM
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Re: SVN and DI Studio 4.9

Hi, thanks a stack man, that set me off in the right direction. I initially tried all the protocols, no luck. Did not know where the DI log was (tx). using SVN as protocol. Also, was told to use port 80, worked fine with 3690. And instead of using the IP, I used the dns name.

Thnaks again.

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Re: SVN and DI Studio 4.9

SAS tech support...?

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Re: SVN and DI Studio 4.9

You should check with your IT network guys to ensure that the TCP/IP ports you are using are open and there are no firewall rules blocking traffic.

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Re: SVN and DI Studio 4.9

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Which connection type are you using for the remote server? SVN, SSH, HTTP, HTTPS?

 

Are there any error messages in the SAS Data Integration Studio client log file? On my machine that log file is in the directory %APPDATA%\SAS\SASDataIntegrationStudio\4.901\DataIntegrationStudio_Log.txt (e.g. C:\Users\USERID\AppData\Roaming\SAS\SASDataIntegrationStudio\4.901\DataIntegrationStudio_Log.txt). You should at least see the svn.exe command line printed with the connection data when you test it. e.g.

 

C:\Program Files\CollabNet\Subversion Client\svn.exe info --username user --password pass HTTPS://example.com:443/svn/reponame

 

What happens if you run the same svn command in a command window? Do you get any error messages printed there?

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‎04-04-2016 04:33 AM
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Re: SVN and DI Studio 4.9

Hi, thanks a stack man, that set me off in the right direction. I initially tried all the protocols, no luck. Did not know where the DI log was (tx). using SVN as protocol. Also, was told to use port 80, worked fine with 3690. And instead of using the IP, I used the dns name.

Thnaks again.

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