Skweegee Version 0.1.2 Released To RIAForge

I have uploaded version 0.1.2 of Skweegee to the project site at Skweegee.riaforge.org.

This release has the basic self-registration capabilities added as well as several minor bug fixes.

You can see Skweegee in action at Skweegee.com and you may also post any bug reports there as well.

11 thoughts on “Skweegee Version 0.1.2 Released To RIAForge”

  1. Hi Russ,

    I’m trying to get skweegee running on my local machine. Here’s what I’ve done:

    1. Copied skweege to my c:websites folder

    2. Created "skweegee.local" site in Apache (it works)

    3. Copied coldspring and fusebox to c:cfusion8wwwroot

    4. Copied the svnKit *.jar files to c:cfusion8wwwrootWEB-INFlib

    5. Pointed the datasource "skweegee" to the skweegedb iin SQL Server 2005

    When I run it, I get the following error message:

    "Could not find the ColdFusion Component or Interface skweegee.model.user.UserService.:Ensure that the name is correct and that the component or interface exists."

    Is this a id10t error on my part or soemthing else?

  2. Hey Christian, it sounds like it may just be a mapping issue. I would create ColdFusion mapping called /skweegee and point it at the root folder that the application is in. Let me know if that takes care of it or not and I will take a look further into it.

  3. Great! Let me know if you run into any issues. Feel free to register on Skweegee.com as well and you can submit beg reports if you are so inclined.

    Once you sign up, it will take a few minutes for me to add you to a group that will allow you to add tickets. I will get an email once you sign-up so I know to go over and add you.

    Have Fun!

  4. Ok, got things working now!

    However, when I try to add a ticket I get the following error:

    Detail If the component name is specified as a type of this argument, its possible that a definition file for the component cannot be found or is not accessible.
    Message The USERID argument passed to the saveTicket function is not of type numeric.

    Also, when I attempt to view my SVN repository, I get the following error:

    org.tmatesoft.svn.core.internal.io.dav.DAVRepositoryFactory

    Any ideas?

  5. Russ, I have the latest version installed but the security doesn’t seem to be enforcing login to view tickets or anything. How do you "turn it on"?

    Also, I have svn urls that I can hit with other clients like Tortoise and Subversion that start with svn://… but they don’t work here. I put your svn url in which starts with http://svn.something… and yours is browsable. Mine just blows a big error.

    Thanks for the great app BTW!

  6. By default its open to allow viewing of everything just like Trac. You can use the group permissions for the public group to change that.

    As far as the SVN browser is concerned, I believe that is a limitation in the SVNKit libraires. It can only access svn repos that are accessible over http://

  7. seems cfargument is catching numeric types as not numeric. I switched everything from numeric to any then got ‘Variable isany is undefined.’ D:inetpubskweegeemodel icketTicketService.cfc:112 Not sure how this is supported but I was looking @ if for my work. Maybe it would be better using trac.

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