RE: Subversion mod_authz_svn, AuthzSVNAccessFile and LDAP groups
>From: Raj Saini <rajsaini_at_gmail.com>
>Date: 2005-12-01 06:23:39 CET
>I have configured svn/Apache to use LDAP based authentication. To enable
>directory based access, I have created a authorization access file and
>configured groups and repository/directories. Every thing is working
>fine so far.
>To achieve the above I need to define the groups in the authorization
>policy file. I have the same groups already in my LDAP database and
>(svn) users belong to those groups. My question is, is it possible to
>use the LDAP groups to whom the user already belongs to instead of
>defining the groups in authorization policy file i.e. not to have a
>group section in authorization access file and use the LDAP group name
>to give access for the defined repository/directory.
We have an interest in this as well. We have hosted our enterprise SVN
repositories via Apcha and LDAP. With recent requests for per-directory
authorization we are left with figuring out a way to manage these
permissions. We do not want to require the users recreate the existing
LDAP groups in their authorization files. Are there any current plans to
support LDAP in the authorization file?
Rockwell Collins, Inc.
Received on Fri May 5 02:44:22 2006
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