Download the SVN server installer, for example: http://www.visualsvn.com/server/download/.
Launch the wizard.
Complete the installation process without changing the other parameters.
In some configurations, the secure connection may not work if you select the Use secure connection (https://) check box.
In the main window of VisualSVN Server Manager:
Check in the server URL that the port is 80, if not then perform the following operation:
Right-click on VisualSVN Server on the left tree view.
Click on the Network tab.
Change the port selection to 80.
Click Apply then OK.
Then create a new repository:
Right-click on Repositories in the main window of VisualSVN.
Click Create new repository...
Name the repository newly created, for example: <my_repo>.
Having done this, create a new user:
Click Create new user... in the main window of VisualSVN.
Then define a user name and his password.
Then grant read-write authorization to this user:
Right-click on <my_repo>.
Change the default user (everyone) permissions to no access.
Select your username in the list displaying and click OK.
Check that the granted permissions are read/write.
Your SVN server is now installed and the repository is ready to store all Talend projects.
One thing left to do is to link Talend Administration Center to this newly created repository.
Right-click on your new repository: <my_repo>.
Select Copy URL to Clipboard.
This copied URL is to be used along with the username and password when you configure the Talend Administration Center application (see Configuring the Web application access).
The SVN URL should read:
such as: http://talend-esa.talend.com:80/svn/my_repo/