Below is a link to the presentation (click the image for the presentation in PDF format) Tim Parsons and I gave in todays Lotus Community Call. Besides a stunning picture of myself and Tim the presentation contains some info on how to get the RedWiki plugin sample projects from SVN. That info isn’t on the wiki yet but I’ll get it there as soon as possible.
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http://bit.ly/puginredwiki link is not working in the pdf document. appreciate if you can add new pdf with correction…Thanks Krishna
Sorry. Should be http://bit.ly/pluginredwiki
I’m getting “unable to validate” and “could not connect to server” when I try to add the SVN Repository location.
It still adds it, and then says “folder does not exist remotely” when I click on the repository.
I can see the folders if I navigate to them through a browser, although I get an error about the certificate that I have to bypass. I’ve tried installing the certificate but can’t get past it.
Did you notice that the repository address is on two lines in the presentation? It’s https://svn-166.openntf.org/svn/PluginDevelopmentSamples and you should be able to open the link directly in a browser. Let me know how it goes.
Hi Mikkel, Thanks for the response. Yes, I did notice the URL on two lines, and I can see the folder and sub folders in the browser when I open the link directly, but I do have to get past the SSL certificate error first.
I wondered if the SSL error was what was causing the problem with Eclipse not being able to find the repository.
Is there some specific way in which I can install the certificate which will allow Eclipse through perhaps?
When you install the Subclipse plugin into Eclipse and add the repository you should be asked to accept the certificate of the SVN server.
I have found that the SVN server at:
does not respond to any requests. Is there an alternative URL to use?
Are these the Redbook samples? If yes let me know and I’ll find them for you.
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