VCS trigger not working in EAP 4193?

Hi,

I've installed 4193 and my project has "Enable triggering by VCS check-in" enabled but the build isn't triggered when a new commit happens. Our SCM is Subversion.

Is that a known issue? Any log I could check to debug this?

Thanks
-Vincent

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Hello Vincent,
Do you see changes as pending for the configuration?


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"Vincent Massol" <vmassol@pivolis.com> wrote in message
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Hi,

>

I've installed 4193 and my project has "Enable triggering by VCS check-in"
enabled but the build isn't triggered when a new commit happens. Our SCM
is Subversion.

>

Is that a known issue? Any log I could check to debug this?

>

Thanks
-Vincent



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Hi Olesya,

No, I don't see any pending changes in the configuration.

-Vincent

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Thanks!
It means that the problem is in changes detect process, not in trigger.
SVN uses date as version of repository (it cannot use revision number
because of externals). Please check that date on TeamCity server is the same
as date on Svn server.

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"Vincent Massol" <vincent@massol.net> wrote in message
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Hi Olesya,

>

No, I don't see any pending changes in the configuration.

>

-Vincent



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Thanks Olesya,

Do you know how I could check the date on the SVN server? I'm using a public SVN server on ObjectWeb: http://forge.objectweb.org/plugins/scmsvn/index.php?group_id=170. I don't have shell access there so any trick would be great.

What I know is that their SVN version is very old (possibly 0.8).

Thanks
-Vincent

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Could you provide the information when the check in appeared? I'll try to
debug the problem.
Thanks!

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"Vincent Massol" <vincent@massol.net> wrote in message
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Thanks Olesya,

>

Do you know how I could check the date on the SVN server? I'm using a
public SVN server on ObjectWeb:
http://forge.objectweb.org/plugins/scmsvn/index.php?group_id=170. I don't
have shell access there so any trick would be great.

>

What I know is that their SVN version is very old (possibly 0.8).

>

Thanks
-Vincent



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