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jcvsWeb v1.4.1
Tomcat v5.5.9
Using all the default configuration (for now)

Created a project, created a view, says it is scheduled but its been about 20 hrs.

I do see an empty log file but it still says it is scheduled to be checked out.


I tried creating a view because that seems to be first thing one should do. It would also be very helpful to me if you could explain a little more about first steps.

Thanks,
time


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I agree that I need to write a "quick start guide".

When a view is "scheduled for checkout" the checkout should happen within half a minute. If it has not happened by then, there is some other problem. Unfortunately, I have yet to provide a direct link to the "showview" link. If you perform the checkout, by clicking the green checkmark button, you will see the log files listed. You see to see nothing in those log files?
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2 views:

View #1 the log file is emtpy and the State = CheckOut, Details=The project is currently being checked out.

View #2 State = Not Ready, The project needs to be checked out. The log file contains:

*** Checkout Failed:
The CVS Request failed.
Failed to open socket to connect to cvs server '80@198.31.193.202'.
could not create INETD connection for '80@198.31.193.202' --> Connection refused
could not create INETD connection for '80@198.31.193.202' --> Connection refused

** The command completed with an error status.


Any idea's? Yes, the port is suppose to be 80.
Jeff

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Now the view with the empty log from before shows:

cvs server: Updating downloads
*** Checkout Failed:


Short response, no status response from server.

** The command completed with an error status.
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Are you really running the CVS client/server protocol over port 80? Or is this some sort of port forward or http interface? Clearly, from the report of conneciton refused, there was no server listening on port 80. For the second report (which appears to be connecting), it appears that you did not properly specify the cvsroot or the module.
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