I can’t seem to access my repositories through Subclipse

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Good day to all,

I can’t seem to access my repositories through Subclipse. Without browsing them, importing them is also impossible. This is the error message that Subclipse gives me – “Folder does not exist remotely.”

By the way, the only thing I can do to my repository is share a project. However, I must use “svnadmin create”. Is this the way it should be? Please anyone help me. I really have no idea what’s wrong with Subclipse.

Thanks in advance to your help!

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I can’t seem to access my repositories through Subclipse

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Hello Johnie M Ehrhardt,

I am giving you some suggestions to overcome the problem.

The Subclipse shows an error “Folder does not exist remotely.”

This means the URL for that repository does not exist .

The application by which you are importing it should be browsing the repository you selected in the previous page. It sounds like the URL for that repository does not exist. For example,

you might have entered the URL for the repository as:

url://server/repos/trunk

And now trunk does not exist.

Generally, I would recommend that you enter the URL to the root of the

repository when defining a connection.

Thank you

Shifflett Laurel

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