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Submitted by FC YU on October 6, 2015 - 05:50
it always returns "NullPointerException" and "Failure" response at any time.
Nothing can synchronize. Completely collapsed plugin.
Submitted by Stephane Lauriere on August 28, 2015 - 04:48
Thank you Kenichi, I've installed v3.13.0 indeed. I can now commit a file with local modifications. I can't commit a folder though (a Not implemented message error shows up). Also, I can't manage to push a commit to the WebDAV server: the context menus in the synchronize or resource perspectives will only propose the following actions: Update, Commit, Synchronize with repository, Override and update. Nothing like Push there. Or should I proceed differently?
Submitted by Kenichi Fukuda on August 29, 2015 - 01:24
Hi Stephane, Thank you for your feedback.
Please try the following steps:-
Submitted by Stephane Lauriere on August 13, 2015 - 17:33
The extension looks great but it won't let me modify text files over WebDAV: when opening a text resource from a WebDAV location, the temporary file that gets generated by MintJams in the /tmp/ folder is in read-only mode on the file system. Is it supposed to work this way or is the solution meant to support file edition and update ?
My environment : Eclipse 4.5, OpenJDK 7, Ubuntu 15.
Submitted by Kenichi Fukuda on August 14, 2015 - 12:44
Yes, documents on WebDAV storage are read-only. All checked-out documents in the workspace are writable (can be modified).
* Right click on the WebDAV folder, and select "Team > Check out".
Submitted by Stephane Lauriere on August 14, 2015 - 17:18
Hi Kenichi, Many thanks for your answer. I won't get any right-click menu though, neither from the "Content Management > Resource Browser View" when hitting a WebDAV folder, nor from the Storage View. I've uploaded a capture of my workspace in case it can help clarifying the issue: //imagebin.ca/v/2C9UeKS3wuYp
Submitted by Kenichi Fukuda on August 20, 2015 - 14:54
Right-click, takes a long time for the context-menu to appear.
Environment: Eclipse 4.5, OpenJDK 7, Ubuntu 15.
Submitted by Stephane Lauriere on August 21, 2015 - 06:16
OK now I can see the menu indeed, thank you! I can then successfully checkout a folder into my workspace and update a file. However, when trying to commit the modified file, I get the following error message without further information: "Method not allowed". Any idea on getting around this issue? Thanks a lot.
Submitted by Kenichi Fukuda on August 24, 2015 - 05:19
Hi Stephane, Please update to new Content Management Tools (3.13.0) and try again. We are currently testing our new Content Management Tools. We need your feedback. Please send all your feedback and any questions you have about the Content Management Tools.
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