RE: combine basic authentication with LDAP on SVN
From: Giulio Troccoli <Giulio.Troccoli_at_uk.linedata.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 16:05:55 +0100
I've done exaclty that. I used the following
svn-admins and ldap-ln1ads01 are aliases defined with AuthnProviderAlias, but the idea is the same. You can combine them. Of course using file then you will need the AuthUserFile to point to your password file.
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From: Jasper Bal | AdSolutions [mailto:JasperB_at_adsolutions.com]
I've successfully setup a svn server using Active Directory for authentication. Some of my users are from a different office and do not exist in the AD. I would like to authenticate them using the standard password file instead of adding them to AD.
I am aware of the AuthzLDAPAuthoritative off directive, but cannot find any documentation on its use except in combination with anonymous login.
The problem might be that both kinds of authentication are handled in the same module (authz_svn_module). Do I need to load a different module to make the fall through possible?
Can someone point me to the right documentation?
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