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Re: [TSVN] PROPFIND fails in Repo-Browser (Updated)

From: BRM <bm_witness_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-03-08 16:03:31 CET

FYI - the exact error message I am getting is:

Error * PROPFIND request failed on '/' PROPFIND of
'/': 405 Method Not Allowed (https://server)

I am not sure if it is related to the other post
related to PROPFIND regarding 405 and 305 in regards
to inconsistent behaviour or not (great if it is).

Also - (just in case it is) I did try using a trailing
slash on the end as well as leaving it without one in
the URL. Both ways - it didn't work. This is the only
URL in my repo (that I am aware of) that will not


--- BRM <bm_witness@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have a problem that is seemingly with TSVN. My
> repository is on a Solaris 2.8 (SunOS 5.8) system
> running through webdav using Apache 2.0.52 over
> secure
> HTTP. My client is a Windows 2000 system running SVN
> and TSVN 1.1.3 - both installed from the MSI
> installation programs of the releases. (SVN
> installed
> first, then TSVN. I have always uninstalled old
> versions before installing new ones too.)
> Here's the problem:
> I have a URL of https://server/repo/a/b/c that works
> just fine in both TSVN and SVN. I can use the
> Repo-Browser on it, etc; and it works. However, if I
> try to use the Repo-Browser on its parent
> (https://server/repo/a/b), then the Repo-Browser
> crashses. (I just sent a crash report in the last
> few
> minutes as well.)
> At first I though I might have wedged my repository,
> but then I tried using "svn list
> https://server/repo/a/b" at the command line, and it
> worked just fine.
> I was getting a result of "Error: PROPFIND
> failed...405: Operation now allowed" ( I can't
> remember the exact error at the moment, but that is
> not far off from it.) Then I rebooted the system,
> and
> now it is crashing and generating Crash Reports (the
> first of which I submitted).
> I installed 1.1.3 a few weeks ago, and it has been
> running fine (even on this directory) since.
> One thing that might be related to causing it: I
> accidentally moved the '.svn' of the WC to a
> sub-directory that was not versioned. I had tried to
> do some updates, and add versioning to one of the
> sub-directories before I realized what had happened.
> I
> return the '.svn' directory to the correct
> directory,
> and manually removed the files marked for 'add' from
> the 'entries'. (I added a few of them using the
> 'svn
> add' as TSVN was complaining at the time - and for
> good reason too.) I don't know if that would
> recreate
> it, but it is the only thing that could possibly be
> related. However, the error is with the
> repo-browser,
> and not the local copy.
> FYI - using the 'Update' command in TSVN works fine.
> So I can still work with the directory. I just
> cannot
> browser the directory even though I can browser
> directories above and below it (below, if I know the
> path).
> Help much appreciated, and let me know if there is
> anything I need to add or any way I can help figure
> out the problem.
> Ben
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