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Jan
10
comment 130s timeout when accessing service exposed on HTTPS through HTTP
I've also run into a 130 second timeout when dealing with WCF streaming using the basicHttp binding. I found that if I have a delay of longer than 130 between providing bytes to the server from my stream on the client then I'll get a timeout related exception on the client. I'm assuming the server is killing the inactive connection after 130 seconds. Not sure what is determining this timeout value though yet.
Apr
27
comment How can I switch an existing set of Subversion repositories to use ActiveDirectory? (svnserve/windows)
I'm curious whether you might have any input on whether the sasl support that is/was being worked on for svnserve has come to any fruition. Can we expect to see any improvements in Subversion 1.7?
Jan
27
comment Setting up a subdomain for hudson while running other sites in II6
An "app server"? Can you elaborate on what this is and what type of options this will make available?
Jan
25
comment How can I switch an existing set of Subversion repositories to use ActiveDirectory? (svnserve/windows)
@Oskar - I think it would be great if somebody would create a WAS module for IIS7 and up for hosting both the apache based http protocol as well as the svnserve protocol all within IIS. If I had more time on my hands I would delve into creating something like this in .NET as an open source project.
Jan
21
comment Setting up a subdomain for hudson while running other sites in II6
I'm right there with you. I'm using Hudson right now in test phase but to go forward I would really like to get it integrated into IIS or at least share it on the same server under port 80.
Jan
17
comment How can I switch an existing set of Subversion repositories to use ActiveDirectory? (svnserve/windows)
If there were a way to get the Apache service to work through IIS or have them both use port 80 then that would be great. Unfortunately for those who want to stick with svnserve or use IIS there doesn't seem to be many options other than to wait to see if the work on sasl support for svnserve comes to fruition. If it's not too much trouble could you please link to some place where we can get up-to-date information on this feature? The SVN project, although better recent, seems not to communicate their efforts and progress very well to the community trough their bug tracker.
Feb
4
comment Public facing sites don't resolve internally
Any tips on how to do this on Windows 2003 Server? I'm a developer and totally new to configuring DNS.
Dec
10
comment How can I switch an existing set of Subversion repositories to use ActiveDirectory? (svnserve/windows)
I've tried a number of things but I always get the following error within when trying to Check Out using TortoiseSVN. Error: Authentication error from server: SASL(-13): user not found: Unable to find a Error: callback: 2
Dec
8
comment How can I switch an existing set of Subversion repositories to use ActiveDirectory? (svnserve/windows)
Excellent, I'll try this out soon and see where I can get.
Dec
7
comment How can I switch an existing set of Subversion repositories to use ActiveDirectory? (svnserve/windows)
Using Apache may be acceptable if there are no other alternatives but as of right now we already have several svn:// URLs referenced throughout our internal forums and bugtracking software and would rather to contiue using those URLs. Also we've already opened up the associated ports for SVNServe in our firewall. If there was a way to run Appache along with IIS on my Windows Server 2003 box then this may be a realistic method to try although right now I'm more interested in how to get SVNServe to authenticate using ActiveDirectory.