Accessing SVN from JDeveloper
An update is now available for JDeveloper to support using Subversion as a SCCS. Awesome.
Get the update!
Now to get it work however you need to manually install both an SVN client and a Java bridge. Reportedly this will change once the plugin evolves. But in the mean time this is what I found.
There are two different versions of a Java client for SVN which you can use with the JDeveloper SVN plugin. You can configure one or both of these, and then select which one to use in a JDeveloper subversion configuration dialog.
1. Download and install the SVN client from http://subversion.tigris.org.
2. Either Download and install the JavaHL SVN bridge
Find svn-win32-1.3.0_javahl.zip on the http://subversion.tigris.org website and download it.
Locate the file libsvnjavahl-1.dll within the extracted javahl distribution and copy it into the bin directory within the SVN client installation directory.
3. Or download and use JavaSVN
Find the org.tmatesoft.svn_1.0.3.standalone.zip distribution on the http://tmate.org/svn/ website and download it.
Find the javasvn.jar file within the tmate distribution and copt it into the %JDEV_HOME%\jdev\extensions\\oracle.jdeveloper.subversion.10.1.3 directory.
Now fire up JDeveloper
Select the “Subversion” option from the Versioning > Select Versioning System menu.
Select the “SVN Navigator” from the View menu.
Create a new SVN connection in the SVN navigator and away you go.