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One reason for this to happen is a fail of the checkout (like the wrong password for the pserver). There's a checkbox for the project which will write logs for the checkouts ("debug checkouts", or <debug-chkout> in the [project].xml). Activate this also, it might be of help. Otherwise check the settings, you need to specify an existing cvstag for the view (like "HEAD"), and verify the rest of the settings (possibly in the xml file, if you prefer).
Have you already found the [container]/webapps/jcvslet/doc/manual/index.html? This documents the basic usage of the jcvslet.

By the way, since jcvslet is discontinued in favour of jcvsweb, you might want to look at jcvsweb as well, if it serves your needs better.
is it possible that you used UNC paths in your
myHome->[project]->"Project directory" field?
(or in the <localdir> tag of your project.xml?)
checking out into UNC paths is impossible (or at least difficult), since you can't 'cd' to them...
Hi,

I'm having some problems viewing certain filetypes. These problems are not restricted to the extensions of the files, but due to the contents.
The effect is that trying to view a file, e.g. t.sql with:

http://[server]/jcvsweb/[project]/[view]/view/[project]/SQL/t.sql/1.4

and t.sql containing nothing but:
<project>

</project>
this url will result in a loop. Stopping to load the url will make jcvsweb alive again, but this file can't be displayed with view. Is there anyone who can help me with this problem?

Thanks,
Ferro
Cederqvist manual on checkout tells you:

Use the revision specified by the tag argument (and the date argument for the commands which accept it) instead of the default head revision. As well as arbitrary tags defined with the tag or rtag command, two special tags are always available: `HEAD' refers to the most recent version available in the repository, and `BASE' refers to the revision you last checked out into the current working directory.

So you'll probably want the tag 'HEAD'
 
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