I have the latest Subversion server setup on a dedicated Mac (OS 10.7.3) acting as a server. The Subversion server was installed and configured via UberSVN management interface from WANDisco. I am using the Subversion 1.6.18 binaries. According to Adobe, any sub version of the binaries (1.6.x) should work with Dreamweaver (Subversion 1.6.8 binaries) but mentions nothing about Adobe Drive.
I setup a test repositry and successfully connected to it via Dreamweaver CS 5.5 and even checked in and checked out files with no problems. When I try to connect Drive to the repository, I get an error message saying that it cannot connect to the repository. The SVN logs show the following error:
"[error] [client 192.168.***.***] Directory index forbidden by Options directive: /opt/ubersvn/htdocs/content/dam/"
Anyone have any idea?
Has anyone successfully connected to a Subversion server via Adobe Drive 3?
Currently, Adobe Drive ships with only two out-of-box connectors, one is Adobe CQ DAM connector and another is CMIS 1.0 connector. Meanwhile, Dreamweaver cannot work with Adobe Drive
I don't know which connector you are using to connect to Subversion server.
I am tyring to use the CMIS connection. I have read on forums and in articles that Subversion works with CMIS 1.0 standards, but none of them were official. I can only find refernces implying that Subversion works with Drive.
Dreamweaver has a built-in, albiet limited, Subversion client that allows for simple check in/check out functionality and to view the different revisions of a file within a Subversion repository. I only mentioned that I was able to connect via Dreamweaver to show that there is nothing wrong with the Subversion server or connection.
Can anyone confirm that Drive can/cannot connect to Subversion servers or that Subversion does/does not support the CMIS 1.0 standard?
Also, why do all the Adobe Sales people not know what CQ DAM is? I wanted info on pricing but no one seems to know what it is?!
I didn't hear anything about Subversion supporting the CMIS 1.0 standard, could you show a real instance? our CMIS connector allows you to connect to any server that supports the OASIS CMIS 1.0 Spec, and it was fully tested against Alfresco 3.4b community edition and Alfresco Enterprise 3.3.
bli, That tells me a little about what it can do, but nothing about cost and how to get started. I called the number on that page and no one seemed to know what I was talking about when asking about the "CQ DAM" server. I was repeatedly transferred and then hung up on each time I called. I tried several times with the same result. I am beginning to question if the server software actually exists...
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