Eclipse to svn repository connection problem - subversive

my eclipse can connect to svn repository yesterday. but this morning when i try to connect to svn repository it cant. it shows authentication page again and again although user name and password is correct.
what can be the problem?

Maybe your password was changed or expired?
Try to check the SVN-log.


I am getting errors on connecting to remote heroku postgresql database

I was working on my project that was using remote heroku postgresql database, that was working fine. Actually, I was using the sqlalchemy library to connect to remote database and I was also used to queries that remote database through my Ubuntu terminal by using psql name_of_remote_database_url command. But after sometime it is giving me a bundle of errors.
And my project was on flask web application now, I am getting errors from this also.
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I tried so much but I failed so, that's why I am posting my question here! If anyone knows then plz explain!
pg_hba.config something looks like this
Please read following Heroku support information:
FATAL: no pg_hba.conf entry for host "…”, user “u…”, database “d…”,
SSL off
You are attempting to establish a database connection without SSL. SSL
is required for all connections. Please see the documentation for your
postgres driver on how to establish encrypted connections.
Recommended solution:
Heroku Postgres & SSL
Actually, I was using remote heroku database url. After sometime, heroku did maintenance of my database and changed the url and I was considering the problem related to my system, but it was not related to that.
When I visited my gmail there was written in the heroku gmail that we changed the url of your remote database during maintenance.
Now, it's working fine!

Unable to reinstall On premises data gateway for Azure, since I am trying to resolve the No instance issue

It looks like you are trying to reinstall. Please uninstall the current version first.
No matter what I do:
deleted the On-premises data gateway folder from C:/ProgramFiles/On Premise Data Gateway.
Removed the registry entry to delete the service (though it still won't go even after restarting the system)
Checked the logs at
C:\Users\PBIEgwService\AppData\Local\Microsoft\On-premises data gateway
I am unable to be successful with the reinstall. Can someone please help me with uninstalling the On premise gateway?
I don't have any experience with this program, but installed programs on Windows are also saved in the Package Cache (C:\ProgramData\Package Cache\{GUID}), and if there is a corresponding msi Windows thinks the program is installed.
Removing this folder (make sure you delete the correct one!) will enable windows to ask you if the entry should be removed from installed programs once you click uninstall again.
After this you should be able to install it again.

Troubleshooting IIS web package deployment with SQL database

I have a .NET MVC project that gets its data from a SQL database.
When I run the project in debug mode on my local machine, it runs without error; however, after I deploy the project to my IIS server (version 6 I believe) using Microsoft's Publish Wizard (create a .zip, move that .zip to the wwwRoot folder the website is pointed at), I encounter an issue: I access the website's main page via URL address, but when I enter the login ID, it produces a built-in error message "Invalid user ID".
The only time this error ever occurs when a valid ID is entered is if the database cannot be reached to check login credentials. So, using SQL Profiler, I tried to see if a query was made to the database - it appears that the answer is "no".
I have verified that the connection strings are configured correctly in the IIS environment, and can safely assume that there are no code-related errors with regards to this issue.
The question: What other troubleshooting methods are available for IIS and SQL interactions to see what the root of this error is, or what suggestions might you have to try and eliminate the problem
Add the user to the database logins and grant this user access to the database. Connection string in your code should have its credentials. Reason why it works on your machine is likely because you are sysadmin or something on the server. Look up a way to enter credentials in your connection string's parameters.

Failed to configure Release Management service user. Error: The remote server returned an error: (401) Unauthorized

I have tried to configure release management to work across different servers with untrusted domains using the steps described in the below article.
But when I tried to configure RM agent with ghost account, it was throwing error mentioned in the title. Please see the error screen attached..!!
I am searching for a solution for last few days...!!! Experts please help me.
Finally the issue has been resolved by logging in as shadow account. Changed RM server name with IP in MS deployment agent....!!
Thank you very much #Daniel Mann for the tips you have provided.
write it down as
Correct way:-
Incorrect way:-
Do not write "/ReleaseManagement/" or any other URL segments after .
This will solve your problem.
Logging in as the shadow account may not be possible depending on how you setup the service account. Release Management site uses windows authentication so if you setup your credentials in Credential Manager on the agent server that will work. Just specify the fully qualified domain name for your Release Management server and your domain credentials for the RM server's domain.

How can I browse my Heroku database?

Now that I've deployed my webapp to Heroku, how would I be able to browse the database as it's altered over time?
Try heroku pg:psql. For instructions for how to do this, see this.
If you want to browse your Heroku PostgreSQL database using a browser there is now a free tool for that called Heroku Data Explorer:
It uses Heroku API in real time so your data/credentials stay secure and private. Also it has excellent performance because Heroku local network is used for database connections.
Download PgAdmin 4 and configure your heroku database credentials. Right click on Servers link and choose create >> server. On General tab give Name as per your wish and on Connection tab enter Hostname/address, address, Maintenance database (database name), Username and password which is given in Heroku dabase credentials page. And you will be able to access heroku dadabase on UI free of cost.
I use a tool called Adminer to connect to the DB. The problem is that Heroku will change the credentials for the DB occasionally. You can find them by visiting the Resources tab on your Dashboard then clicking on the DB you use.
It will take you to the Addons page in another tab. Click on the Settings tab then View Credentials.
Using these credentials, you can use Adminer to login to the DB.
Install Beekeeper Studio. Connect to POSTGRES_URL of Heroku with "SSL" enabled.
Easy to view