• Continuous Integration,  Windows

    How to make CruiseControl.NET accept SSL certificate under Windows Server 2008?

    If you are running CruiseControl.NET under the Local System account and your SVN server certificate was issued by yourself (or by VisualSVN Server) you will quickly run into trouble. Normally if you run any command on your repository you will get this information: C:\Program Files\svn\bin>svn log https://your_server/svn/your_repository/trunk –username username –password password Error validating server certificate for ‘https://your_server:443′: – The certificate is not issued by a trusted authority. Use the fingerprint to validate the certificate manually! – The certificate hostname does not match. Certificate information: – Hostname: your_server – Valid: from Sat, 26 Sep 2009 17:24:27 GMT until Tue, 24 Sep 2019 17:24:27 GMT – Issuer: your_server – Fingerprint: 24:8e:f6:ba:c7:a6:3f:69:32:c0:21:92:64:44:62:fe:2c:bb:b4:69 (R)eject,…

  • Books,  Continuous Integration

    Buy Continuous Integration in .NET book

    The Continuous Integration in .NET book is available as an early access edition from MEAP. For those of you that are not familiar with MEAP it stands for Manning Early Access Program and it is the place where you can download a free chapter and buy the whole book printed or as an ebook before it gets published. You will get continuously chapter after chapter successively as they will be written.