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How to create CVS

 
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How to create CVS for Websphere5.1.2 or eClipse?
 
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You need CVS server.
 
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Can I use CVSNT for WebSphere?
Or you have other program to recommend me?
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We are using CVS running on Linux, but I think CVSNT will be also enough.
 
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I download cvsnt and setup it. but I found problem when I share project with cvs. it's show message

"CVSNT repository' server:BMSMIS0D\Administrator@localhost:/repository'
is configured to use a repository prefix. However, CVS does not always
properly comunicate resource paths in this mode resulting in the fuilure of some specialized Eclipse CVS operations. The use of repository prefix should be disable if the full functionality of the Eclipse CVS is desired"
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