Which version of Toad are you using? Older versions had some issues with Tortoise SVN.
The Toad Tortoise SVN interface is a wrapper around the Tortoise API. All call to source control are in effect Tortoise SVN wrappers. Once you have Tortoise
installed in Toad, you should see Tortoise SVN listed in the list of Source Control providers in Toad. Select that provider and Toad should work with Tortoise. You need to use 32 bit version of Tortoise SVN with 32 bit version of Toad and 64 bit Tortoise
with 64 bit Toad. If you do not see Tortoise in the Source Control dropdown it usually means that you have the wrong version installed.
There is an older step by step at this link , which may help
Note: Team Coding does not support Tortoise SVN.
Because the interface to Tortoise SVN is limited, I generally recommend using the SVN interface with Toad. There is a little bit of setup, but once it is working
it is a better fit in most cases. The steps for configuration will depend on which version of Toad you are running.
I will post the SVN setup in a separate posting.
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I am facing the same issue. any suggestion/ solution?
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