Sep 10, 2012

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[SOLVED] Fixing Subversive Commit Operation Failed Error in Eclipse!

MenuFixing 'SVN Cannot Create Tunnel' Error
Solving 'Commit Operation Failed' Error
Amazon When I check out SVN project in Eclipse via Subversive plugin it fails and displays the following error dialog.

Some of selected resources were not committed.
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Sorry, this connection is closed.

Here's what the dialog looks like.

Subversive Commit Operation Failed Dialog

I am using Eclipse for PHP Developers, version 3.0.2. I downloaded Subversive plugin at Let's look at a possible solution for this issue!

Possible Solution #2
Your SVN plugin is an SVN client that talks to the SVN server remotely. The SVN client needs a compatible SVN connector to do the job. If you use Subversive then you probably have seen the following dialog during Subversive installation process.

Eclipse Install Subversive SVN Connectors Dialog

Simply select the connectors that your SVN server supports. In my situation my SVN server's version is 1.6 and therefore I select 'SVN Kit 1.3.8' and 'Native JavaHL 1.6.15'. Click Finish. Then I see the following window.

Eclipse Install SVN Connectors based on Native JavaHL and SVNKit Library

I select all four items and click Finish. When I am done my SVN plugin begins to work. If you have trouble making SVN work go to Window -> Preferences -> Team -> SVN -> click 'SVN Connector' tab. In the 'SVN Connector' drop down menu you should have two available choices: 'SVNKit 1.3.8' and 'Native JavaHL 1.6.15'. Try the other connector and restart Eclipse and see if the problem goes away!

◀ Fixing 'SVN Cannot Create Tunnel' Error

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