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I am trying to import dump file into svn repository but got error. I see names mismatched between dump file and my new project, but I can't create project with the same names in jira. what should I do? The problem is my current svn in not working any more. Is there a way to modify dump file?
The table below contains contents of the dump_files subfolder in the WebDAV folder of your Studio instance.
To import a Subversion dump file into Studio, click the Import link next to the file that you want to import.
Subversion dump files to be imported must be created with the <tt>svnadmin dump</tt> command out of your Subversion repository. The importer will accept Subversion dump files zipped with <tt>gzip</tt> or <tt>bzip2</tt> utilities
In order to import successfully, subversion dump files must have a valid structure:
The problem is my current svn in not working any more. Is there a way to modify dump file?
If you open the dumpfile inside any Text editor, you'll notice that it's a plain text file.
You can edit information there to fix this naming problem, but it would be a "pain in the ass", even with a Search and replace feature of your textfile editor... :(
However, this would be the workaround possible, since Jira doesn't handle renaming Projects
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