Regarding the issue posted earlier, i have sorted out that its an issue with
the Subclipse Proxy configuration.
For those behind proxy, the following information would be helpful, if using
subclipse plugin, as subclipse does not use Eclipse's proxy settings, it
requires its own settings:
C:\Documents and Settings\ramasamyk\Dati applicazioni\Subversion\servers
file needs to be edited under the section [global] to include http proxy
name and port (if required proxy username and password). Do not forget to
uncomment these lines:)
Hope this will be useful and could be of use to newbees like me, if added in
the online documention on configuring eclipse.
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From: k rb <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 4:27 PM
Subject: Clarification request on Subclipse version1.6.x - unable to check
out sip-comm project into eclipse
Installed Subclipse version 1.0.x, updated it to 1.6.x (as mentioned in dev
I try to create a new project by checking out the project from SVN
repository location :
I get the following error:
* RA layer request failed
svn: OPTIONS of '
https://sip-communicator.dev.java.net/svn/sip-communicator/trunk': could not
connect to server (https://sip-communicator.dev.java.net)*
I am behind proxy. Could this be an issue? I have configure the nw
connection setting in Eclipse IDE with my proxy username and password. Or
could this be an issue connecting to secure http?
Your kind response would help me proceed in my activity.
Thanks in advance,