Possible Bug? Command Line with SVN

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Possible Bug? Command Line with SVN

Postby robertl » Wed Jun 18, 2014 9:34 am

Hi all,

I'm using version: V10.7.0.18

I'm attempting to get the difference between to revisions in SVN to generate some scripts. I've executed the following command:

sqlcompare.exe /sourcecontrol1 /versionusername1:**** /versionpassword1:**** /revision1:#### /scriptsfolderxml:sourcecontrol.txt /sourcecontrol2 /versionusername2:****l /versionpassword2:**** /revision2:####

It executes and I receive the following message:

SQL Compare Command Line V10.7.0.18
Copyright © Red Gate Software Ltd 1999-2014

Registering data sources
Error: Error activating ISvnRemoteOperations No matching bindings are available,

and the type is not self-bindable. Activation path: 1) Request for
ISvnRemoteOperations Suggestions: 1) Ensure that you have defined a binding for
ISvnRemoteOperations. 2) If the binding was defined in a module, ensure that the

module has been loaded into the kernel. 3) Ensure you have not accidentally
created more than one kernel. 4) If you are using constructor arguments, ensure
that the parameter name matches the constructors parameter name. 5) If you are
using automatic module loading, ensure the search path and filters are correct.


It looks like a Ninject binding error.

Is there anything on my end that I can do?
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Postby Chris.Allen » Fri Jun 20, 2014 12:03 pm

Hi- yes you're right - it's a new bug with ninject binding.

I'm afraid right now all you can do is downgrade to 10.4

(uninstalling first)

http://download.red-gate.com/checkforup ... 4.8.87.exe

The bug has reference :

We can update you when there is movement on this bug
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