I am experiencing a problem connecting to a CVS repository located on a Solaris system. Rumen Originally posted by: Michael_com What connection method are you using?
I setup all needed information about the CVS Repository Location but I receive the following message: Error validating location: "Unknown response received from cvs server: " And nothing more.
ISA Server is not configured to allow SSL REQUEST FROM THIS PORT.
most web browser use port 443for SSL request .)" Just for more information: for a cntlm proxy I was using I had to add an exception to the Eclipse proxy configuration even though an exception already existed in the cntlm proxy to get it to work.
Error validating location : "Could not connect to :pserver:[email protected]:/CVS/Myproject: I/O exception occured: Proxy HTTP: java.
This additional hexadecimal code are the address of the memory locations where the instruction(s) was loaded at the time of the error.This code is used by the vendor to identify the error caused.This Svn Error Validating Location error code has a numeric error number and a technical description.Apparently some part of how eclipse composes the url was not matching the existing exception in the cntlm proxy.I'm trying to configure a second Eclipse installation to access the Eclipse WTP sources.It looks like Git only has a partial subset of WTP. My workaround is to import the projects, but it would be nice to have the team capabilities in the same Eclipse.