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Tortoisesvn is out of date you have to update your working copy first

Posted on 2014-07-25
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Hello there,

I am trying to update my local copy of project from the server and when I right click on the parent folder and select Update. I get this error.
he xml response contains invalid xml
. On the server when I check the log i see this error
Working copy path 'resources/hbm/City.hbm.xml' does not exist in repository [404, #160013]
.
I am using Tortoisesvn and VisualSVN server. Please help me to resolve this issue.

cheers
 Zolf
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Right click in the folder and select update working copy.
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