Subversion internal Error 500

I started to use IDEA 7 with a new repository and am getting the Internal Error 500. According to the documentation I have found, this is suppose to be a problem with the server, however, this same server is being used successfully by Subclipse and TortoiseSVN.

Is this really a miss configured subversion/apache2 server or is there something wrong with subversion within IDEA?

Michael

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Hello Michael,

I started to use IDEA 7 with a new repository and am getting the
Internal Error 500. According to the documentation I have found, this
is suppose to be a problem with the server, however, this same server
is being used successfully by Subclipse and TortoiseSVN.

Is this really a miss configured subversion/apache2 server or is there
something wrong with subversion within IDEA?


On which exactly operations do you get this error?

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I get this error when I configure a repository and try to expand to browse.

I also get the error when I have a subversion project checkout (via tortoiseSVN) and try to perform any svn commands within IDEA. IDEA figures out that the files are under subversion control but is having problems communicating.

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I wonder if this is related to my problem? http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEA-10505

We are also using NTLM.

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I tried the solution in the Jira bug and it solved my problem. The instructions are not clear for people unfamiliar with editing the idea.exe.vmoption file. You need to add the -D in front of the new entry.

-Djavasvn.http.methods=Basic,NTLM

Starting with the default file, my fixed version now looks like this.
-Xms32m
-Xmx192m
-XX:MaxPermSize=120m
-ea
-Djavasvn.http.methods=Basic,NTLM

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