Ok, thank you.
If I wanted to go through and fix the paths of the existing reviews, which
tables, specifically, would I need to go through and look at?
Aslo, this may be a dumb question, but I'm not the most Subversion savvy
person in the world. We have our repositories set up like
and then we have the Repositories within there, like
and then each repository has
Are you saying we'd need to point straight to
https://vcs.ourdomain.com/svn/Repo1/ in order for Reviewboard to work
correctly, or can we target trunk or individual branches, etc.?
On Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 12:28:40 PM UTC-4, Papaswede wrote:
> I upgraded ReviewBoard from 1.6.11 to 2.0.15. After doing this, I get
> error messages when attempting to view the diffs of the existing reviews. I
> get messages like:
> The file
> path not found", 160013)' could not be found in the repository
> Where that path definitely is not a valid svn path. It should
> So, it's like there's stuff being automatically inserted into the svn path
> for the file, but I have no idea why as it was working on version 1.6.11.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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