RE: Writing on subfolder requires read access on repository root
From: Srinivas Peddi <speddi_at_uscentral.org>
Date: Mon, 30 Nov 2009 10:53:15 -0600
Thank you for your reply. I tested this scenario and still not
Here is an example.
* = r
@dev1 = rw
When I give access like this the user in the group dev1 are not able
From: Engebakken Geir [mailto:geir.engebakken_at_edb.com]
Well I discovered the same problem. So ended up with a scheme that
Since we also want to deny non-authorized users read access to the
Accesses for the entire repos is like this :
And so for each project we define accesses as following :
~archive= means all users not in archive group are denied access.
From: Srinivas Peddi [mailto:speddi_at_uscentral.org]
Not really. This is issue looks little different from #3242. As I
On Nov 20, 2009, at 3:48 PM, Srinivas Peddi wrote:
> Really need help. We are migrating from CVS to SVN. The problem I
> Here are the details:
> SVN Version : 1.6.2
> Implementation : Apache + SVN and Active directory based
> Environment : Windows 2003 server
> Example :
> Two users : User1 & User2
> When the User1 needs write access to /Project2, I have to give him
> Here is the Authorization.conf file.
> Test1 = User1
> Test2 = User2
> * = r
> @Test1 = rw
> I looked at mailing lists and archives and found that this was fixed
Do you think this is part of issue #3242:
There is a potential fix being developed, but there is not yet an
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