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re: Top folder not recognized by TSVN

From: Jan Linnenkohl <jan.linnenkohl_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-09-04 14:50:38 CEST

Hi Casper,

this should be a authorization problem with SSPI and subversion.
You can try one of the following possibilities to solve the problem:

1. The name of the repository is case-sensitive, if you are using the
parent-path-directive from subversion, even on an Windowsserver!
Try to use the correct name and the commit should work.

2. Another way is change the path-based-authorization:
From [/]
        * = r
to [/]
        * = rw
Subversion seems to have problem with the authorization of the parent-path.
ON the childs subversion seems to be case-insensitive and the permissions
are all validated right. Don't forget to disable the rw-access for everyone
on the projects again!


P.S. When you want to not automatically log in on an 1.4x version and SSPI,
you have to use the
   SSPIOfferSSPI = Off in the Apache configfile (or compile your own version
of TortoiseSVN). Then you can clear the auth-cache and log in again!

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Received on Mon Sep 4 14:59:23 2006

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