SQL Developer - Configuration of a subversion repository

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Tutorial on the configuration of a connection to a subversion repository with SQL Developer 2.1 through a proxy.

Proxy Configuration


Tools > Preferences > Web Browser and Proxy

Version below

Sql Developer Svn Proxy Parameters

Creation/Management of a repository Connection

  • Open the versionning navigator in Menu > View > Team > Versionning Navigator
  • create or manage a connection
  • enter the svn parameters
  • and test them.

Sql Developer Svn Repository Connection

Check out

  • Perform a Checkout

In my case, the checkout files go to the directory mywork on this location:

C:\Documents and Settings\NicolasG\Application Data\SQL Developer\mywork\Repository

SQL Developer will create a short-link to this directory in the Files view with the name mywork. See the paragraph below

  • Click Next, review the summary, and click Finish.
  • In the Versioning Navigator, select the Demo connection and click the Refresh icon.
  • You can now see the files in your Subversion repository.

These are read-only files and display the current state of your files.

Managing the files

  • Click the File Navigator tab, click the Refresh button, and review the contents of the folder:

  • These files are now marked as versioned, and the version number is displayed.
  • You can open, edit, and save (commit to check in) these files. You can select any versioned file and select Versioning → Subversion to review the versioning options available.

Sql Developer Svn Work Repo

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