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We are using the jCVSlet servlet, and happy with the functionality. Unfortunately we ran into some glitches, and maybe you can help us.

The show function works fine on most of the files in the cvs, but using a show on a xml in the root dir, e.g.:

http://acer:8080/jcvslet/JCVSlet/show/sap/SAP/build.xml/1.9

will severely break jcvslet: the browser goes on loading and loading, and nothing else will happen. No output in any log i can find, and no other jcvslet pages will load any more, even those which used to load before. Only Tomcat restart helps.

System components are CVSnt 2.0.58d, Tomcat 5.0.18 and JRE 1.4.2_04.

I was thinking about upgrading to jcvsweb, but maybe this issue could be solved more easily Are there any logs which could help here?

Thanks,
Ferro
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I am not sure what it happening. I seriously doubt the problem lies in the CVS command itself. I am more suspicious of the servlet's attempt to parse the XML and transmit it as proper HTML. If the servlet produces a 'cvslog.txt' file, that would give some clues as to the command execution. Otherwise, only the servlet logs would have any clue.
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true enough, it happens only on xml files. No cvslog.txt though, and no servlet logs to be found.. Is there a way to either disable the xml parsing or generate more output to the logfiles?

Thanks for your extremely fast reply
Ferro
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There is no way to fix this without changing the code. If you wish to try to modify the code, let me know and I will point to the place I think you need to modify.
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Anonymous wrote:We are using the jCVSlet servlet, and happy with the functionality. Unfortunately we ran into some glitches, and maybe you can help us.

The show function works fine on most of the files in the cvs, but using a show on a xml in the root dir, e.g.:

http://acer:8080/jcvslet/JCVSlet/show/sap/SAP/build.xml/1.9

will severely break jcvslet: the browser goes on loading and loading, and nothing else will happen. No output in any log i can find, and no other jcvslet pages will load any more, even those which used to load before. Only Tomcat restart helps.

System components are CVSnt 2.0.58d, Tomcat 5.0.18 and JRE 1.4.2_04.

I was thinking about upgrading to jcvsweb, but maybe this issue could be solved more easily Are there any logs which could help here?

Thanks,
Ferro


I'ma studant of CEUSP Universaty in Brazil. I would like to ask you about JCVS :
-Which the ins and outs obout it ?
-How is the check-in and check-out process ?

Thank you very much
Thiago Scavacini [tscavacini@yahoo.com.br]
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You should make it more clear whether you are talking about the jCVS II client application, the servlet, jCVS Web webapp, or the com.ice.cvsc package for developers.

Assuming that you are referring to the client application, jCVS II, please download it and try it out. It is very simple to run. As for the checkout and checkin procedures, they are reasonably simple. Checkout has a dialog. Fill in the fields and click a button. A checkout results in a window displaying the working directory as a JTree (icon tree). Checkin is a simple menu command for either the entire working directory, or the file selected in the window displayed.
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