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Path-based authorization: How to hide restricted directories in TSVN?

From: Shaun Pinney <shaun.pinney_at_bil.konicaminolta.us>
Date: Tue, 15 Sep 2009 13:00:41 -0700

Hello all,

 

We're setting up path-based authorization to allow/deny access to certain
folders in our repository based on usernames. This is working great so far
and, as expected, the Repository Browser doesn't show the child
files/folders downstream of restricted folders. However, the restricted
folders themselves are still shown in the Repository Browser's directory
list. Is there a way to prevent restricted directories from showing in
TSVN?

 

For example, given this sample repo:

 

/Trunk/test.txt

/Trunk/Folder/noaccess1.txt

/Trunk/Folder/noaccess2.txt

 

we've restricted /Trunk/Folder for a user but the Repo Browser shows him:

 

/Trunk/test.txt

/Trunk/Folder

 

Can the Repo Browser hide /Trunk/Folder for this user? As an aside, we've
experimented and found that TSVN's checkout will not checkout restricted
directories.

 

Thanks,

Shaun

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