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Operating Systems Solaris How to integrate SVN client to SVN server repository. Post 302620719 by muraliinfy04 on Monday 9th of April 2012 04:56:04 AM
Old 04-09-2012
How to integrate SVN client to SVN server repository.

Hi,
I am new to SVN configuration on Solaris 10.I have installed SVN client version 1.7.

bash-3.00# ./svn --version
svn, version 1.7.4 (r1295709)
compiled Mar 2 2012, 12:59:36
Here my requirement is how to integrate svn client to One of the SVN server repository.
My repository server link is :
https://coconet.capgemini.com/sf/scm/do/listRepositories/projects.na_ts_gm_detroit_100094525_vom_u/scm

I am looking out for the Integration steps and later on using some basic svn commands to check in check out source code from svn server.Appreciate your help on this.

Advance thanks for your help.
 
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