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Got exception: com.cenqua.fisheye.rep.DbException: SVN Client exception fetching content

When I start to review I get exception:

Error
Internal Server Error
Error 2
A javax.el.ELException was encountered

com.cenqua.fisheye.rep.DbException: SVN Client exception fetching content: org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: svn: '/svn/gmu/!svn/bc/9716/features/1.9.0_bf/gmu-common/src/main/java/ru/lanit/gmu/util/DisplayTagUtil.java' path not found: 404 Not FoundYou are running
etc/
Release CR2.7.13 FE2.7.13 (20120517072828 2012-05-17)
That error not for all files. Some of them work correclty.

I have following information into repository settings:

Basic Details
Store Diff Info: checked

SVN Connection Details
SVN URL: https://xxx.yyy.ru/svn/project_1
Path:
/features/1.9.0_bf

That all, please help me.

3 answers

We are using Fisheye 3.1.1 version, we are facing same issue...., we have done reindexing and restart also.., but still the error exists. How to solve?

Hi Alexey.

the question is a bit old now. But in case someone else comes by, having the same question (like me) I wanted to share my solution.

I had the same problem today. It turned out that it was caused by a change of the SVN repository configuration in crucible (I changed a path to include a bigger part of the repo).

I fixed the problem by reindexing the repository. See screenshot for details:

Hope this helps.

Cheers, Tino

Root exception on server log

Caused by: org.tmatesoft.svn.core.SVNException: svn: '/svn/gmu/!svn/bc/9716/feat
ures/1.9.0_bf/gmu-public-web/src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/jsp/analytics/agencies/regi
onSummary.jsp' path not found: 404 Not Found (https://vcs.lanit.ru)

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