1. Created repository on network from one of the server (VisualSVN Server Manager, Version: 3.3.3).
2. Installed AgentSVN on deployment m/c.
3. Configured AgentSVN (AgentSvnConfig.png)
4. Configured PB Source (see attached file PBConfig.png).
5. Used Project->rightclick->Add to Source Control option to add 30+ pbls. All fine at this point.
6. When I set up one of development m/c with similar settings, it keeps on showing refresh icon each time I click pbls. When I click on show difference, it says source copy is same so my question is why it's showing the refresh icon.
7. It's tremendously slow when switching to pbls or check-out/in.
Any help appreciated before I start evaluation for any other product.
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The latest version of Agent SVN is 2.55 and can be found here: http://www.zeusedit.com/agent/download.html
If you send through the Agent SVN log file I should hopefully be able to provide some light into why this is happening.6. When I set up one of development m/c with similar settings, it keeps on showing refresh icon each time I click pbls. When I click on show difference, it says source copy is same so my question is why it's showing the refresh icon.
You can create a log file as follows:
1. Make sure PowerBuilder is not running.
2. Deleted the Agent SVN log file found here:
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3. Use the Windows Start Button, All Programs, Agent SVN, Agent SVN Configuration to start the utility program.
4. Turn on the Help debug the SVN setup... option.
5. Start PowerBuilder and replicate the issue.
6. Send through the resulting log file as an e-mail attachment.
Could you please install the latest version: http://www.zeusedit.com/agent/download.html7. It's tremendously slow when switching to pbls or check-out/in.
That version has a new debug feature that measures the duration of commands.
Turn on the timing option using the same steps as above.
Also there are several threads on this forum specific to PowerBuilder so I would also read those. Just search for PowerBuilder.
Finally from this PowerBuilder thread: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=7551
The user reported improved performance by making the PowerBuilder refresh rate 600.