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-<html><head><title>Connections</title>
-<LINK REL=STYLESHEET HREF=../book.css CHARSET=ISO-8859-1 TYPE=text/css>
-<meta NAME="keywords" content="">
-<meta NAME="since" content="">
-</head><body><h2>Connections</h2>
-<p>Since: <br>
-Last Modified: $Date: 2004/06/01 15:23:56 $</p>
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-<p>Test that authentication, connection errors result in appropriate error messages and that these don't pollute the log file or console. to setup for these tests
-ensure there are a couple of shared projects in your workspace.</p>
-<ul>
-<li>Clear you log file before starting the tests and turn on the CVS quick diff provider.
-<li>Perform an update, a synchronize, and open a file. The log should be empty and the operations should succeed.
-<li>Disconnect from the network.
-<li>Open a file. The CVS quick diff will fail and an error should be in the log.
-<li>Synchronize all the shared projects. One error explaining the failures should be returned.
-<li>Change the connection properties of one of the projects to point to an non-existing location. Then synchronize again, the error message should indicate that some succeeded and
-others failed. But the user should no that the operation did complete and skipped the failed projects.
-<li>Expand the invalid location in the CVS repositories view. An appropriate error should be shown.
-</ul>
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