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RE: [TSVN] No user/password asked

From: Girouard, Audrey <Audrey.Girouard_at_BancTec.ca>
Date: 2004-07-13 15:30:37 CEST

>Since you used "LimitExcept" in httpd.conf, it is not placing any limits
>on the methods you listed (GET PROPFIND OPTIONS REPORT). Since read
>access requires only these methods, "Requre valid-user" is not taking
>affect for read access. If this is not what you want, remove the
>"LimitExcept" tags and just use "Require valid-user" by itself.

I have left "Require valid-user" by itself.

I still can't put different groups in my accessfile. I think SVN doesn't
recognize the users because theses users are the users of my domain.
Can I put them in different groups? For example, if agirouard and mbouchard
are two users of my domain, could I do

developers = agirouard
docs = mbouchard

And then assign different level of access? I don't seem to be able to...

And how come the users that can logon are only the one from my domain? I am
not able to create new users that are "authorized" by the system. Once
(by htpasswd), even if I put in httpd.conf to look for my passwd file, I get
"authorization required" error.


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Received on Tue Jul 13 16:34:24 2004

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