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This stuff is making me crazy...

I am working in an office that is growing and the network is going through changes all the time.

I am need to do a commit from my local directory and because the network has changed I'm getting an error message.

Is there a way to rebuild this?
Larry Bristersr. DeveloperAsked:
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Kaushal AroraTechnical AnalystCommented:
What i can suggest now is that you need to change the URL of your folder by getting the updated URL from the administrator of your SVN repository.
Can help you efficiently if you can post the error message you are getting.
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Daniel JungesCommented:
you can do a relocate on the working copy
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Larry Bristersr. DeveloperAuthor Commented:
KaushalArora and junges:

When I do a commit from my local copy I get the the followin error.
Junges...Don't understand...how would I do that?

Command: Commit  
Error: Commit failed (details follow):  
Error: OPTIONS of 'https://management02.fmfhq.com/svn/cfsf/research': Could not  
Error: resolve hostname `management02.fmfhq.com': The requested name is valid and was  
Error: found in the database, but it does not have the correct associated data being  
Error: resolved for.  
Error:  (https://management02.fmfhq.com)  
Finished!:  
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Daniel JungesCommented:
right mouse on you workingg copy directory then goto TortoiseSVN->relocate and enter the new url from repository
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Larry Bristersr. DeveloperAuthor Commented:
junges:
The repository hasn't changed.

What happened is that my gateway setup changed.

So shouldn't I be able to use the same repository that comes up as the default?

I get the standard "Could corrupt..." message but I should be fine right?
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Daniel JungesCommented:
relocate means that you repository adress has changed. so, if the network adress has been changed then you need to do an relocate on the top of you working copy
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Kaushal AroraTechnical AnalystCommented:
You can use the IP address of the machine that means
in place of
'https://management02.fmfhq.com/svn/cfsf/research
you can use
https://IPADDRESSOFMACHINE/svn/cfsf/research

Also junges is on the same track as of mine. The thing is that the machine name of your SVN server is changed to something else from what you have used. If it is not the case then the issue can be that IP is not getting resolved in your current system. You can consult your network team to refresh your Network setting from the machine by using the flushdns technique.
It will definitely help you.
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Larry Bristersr. DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the delay getting back.
Was sent out of town for a few days.
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