Re: Check-In error message under specific circumstances
Jens Geyer wrote:
> today I run into a very specific problem.
> - A working copy on a UNC-path (there are some reasons for this)
> - The user does have necessary access rights granted to the working copy and it's direct parent folder.
> - The user has NO rights granted to any folder above the parent folder. This is by intention
> - The windows "bypass traverse checkings" settings is on, as per default.
> The folder structure can be imagined as: \\server\share\some\folders\PARENT\WORKINGCOPY
> The user has all rights except changing the Security Descriptor to PARENT and all subfolders. The folder WORKINGCOPY is the
> root of the working copy. This means especially that there is no .SVN folder in PARENT (but in WORKINGCOPY, of course).
> Whenever the user tries to check in, he gets the error message shown in the attachment.
> KNOWN WORKAROUND:
> When the user maps the PARENT folder as a drive letter, the checkin process succeeds.
> I would really like to have a better solution other than changing the set-up described above.
> What do you think about that?
> Could this be changed (I hesitate a little about "fixed") easily?
> Do I have to live with it?
Please try a nightly build from the 1.5.x branch:
This should be fixed there.
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Received on 2008-07-14 18:26:08 CEST
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