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<pre>Hi Siva,

The jCVS Servlet is a browser only. For full client functionality, you must
use the jCVS II application.

tim.

> Hi Tim,
>
> I am using your jCVS servlet. I have installed it on
> my server and I am able to access our CVS via pserver
> and also able to browse through the folders & files. I
> am able to checkout a copy to my local directory.
>
> I have made changes to some files which was checked
> out(downloaded) from CVS. Now I want to check in
> (upload/commit) the changed files into CVS. I don't
> see any option in the browser screen. I see only the
> following options:
>
> NoDocumentation
> Download
> CheckoutLatest
> [ &subdirs &newdirs ]
>
> How do I check-in files using your servlet?
>
> Please reply ASAP.
>
> Thanks & Best Wishes,
> Siva.

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<pre>> Hi Tim,
>
> Is it possible to extend the Servlet functionality to
> include the Check-in/Commit feature?

Of course it is possible, but it is not entirely trivial. It depends
a lot on your requirements. I have no intention of ever adding
the feature.

> My development work is held in a remote Unix server
> and we have thin tools on the Win workstation that
> connect to the Unix server. We have to check-in &
> check-out the code between the remote Unix server and
> the CVS server. We don't have access to the Unix
> terminal.

Well, if you can setup the CVS server to support pserver
access or ssh access, then you can use jCVS II, which
is the best solution.

> Thanks & Best Wishes,
> Siva.
>
>
> --- Tim Endres <time@trustice.com> wrote: > Hi Siva,
> >
> > The jCVS Servlet is a browser only. For full client
> > functionality, you must
> > use the jCVS II application.
> >
> > tim.
> >
> > > Hi Tim,
> > >
> > > I am using your jCVS servlet. I have installed it
> > on
> > > my server and I am able to access our CVS via
> > pserver
> > > and also able to browse through the folders &
> > files. I
> > > am able to checkout a copy to my local directory.
> > >
> > > I have made changes to some files which was
> > checked
> > > out(downloaded) from CVS. Now I want to check in
> > > (upload/commit) the changed files into CVS. I
> > don't
> > > see any option in the browser screen. I see only
> > the
> > > following options:
> > >
> > > NoDocumentation
> > > Download
> > > CheckoutLatest
> > > [ &subdirs &newdirs ]
> > >
> > > How do I check-in files using your servlet?
> > >
> > > Please reply ASAP.
> > >
> > > Thanks & Best Wishes,
> > > Siva.

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