Open source softwares - Apache SVN(Sub Version)

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Lession - #1554 SVN Checkout Process

#### SVN Working Copy A working copy is a copy that has been checked out to the staging area.  SVN is a version control system that holds all our design versions( Versioned data>
. It's also called an SVN server. SVN customer tools manage the original reflection of the working copy. SVN customer is used for accessing its depository across networks. Multiple users can access the same depository at the same time.    #### Checkout Command The Checkout command is used to copy the files from the SVN repository to the workingcopy.However, also we've to check out it first, If we want to access files from the SVN server.    The checkout operation creates a working copy of the depository where we can edit, delete, or add contents. It can be performed to a file, a design, or a depository. To checkout, we should have the URL of the file or depository. The syntax for the checkout command is as follows   ```plaintext svn checkout URL ``` **Or** ```plaintext svn co URL ``` The above command will produce a working copy. It'll ask you for the username and word, give the user credentials. Consider the below output   #### SVN Checkout If you face any difficulty to find the URL of the depository. Open the SVN server, right- click on the depository and select the copy URL to clipboard( for the VIsualSVN server>
and paste it on the command line.  User credentials will be the same as what we set at the time of user creation.  After every successful checkout operation, the output will print a revisionnumber.However, also run the info command, If you want to know further details about the repository.    #### svn info Checkout with SVN feature SVN server supports checkout with its functionality. To check out a depository or file, right- click on it and select SVN checkout. Click Ok to continue for the checkout operation.  The SVN Checkout option will open a new window. In this window, we can specify the checkout directory in this section.  Browse and select the checkout directory, click Ok to continue checkout operation. We've successfully created a working copy of the repository. ```plaintext