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Problem with importing project using SVNTortoise

From: <TonyHo_at_SunGardEBS.com>
Date: 2007-05-17 17:33:50 CEST

I am receiving the following error when i try to import a
project to my subversion repository using the tortoise svn.
Error: MKCOL of

501 Method Not Implemented (https://mysvr.mydomain.com)
I am currently using TortoiseSVN 1.4.3, Build 8645 - 32 Bit,
2007/02/04 09:40:57. My subversion server is running on
apache and using sspi. I have full access to the repository
via the Authz file. I am using the following subversion
binaries from collabnet: svn, version 1.4.0 (r21228)
   compiled Oct 18 2006, 23:09:41

I have tried clearing the tortoise cache using the tortoise
interface: TortoiseSVN Settings > Saved Data > clear
authentication data. I have also tried deleting all the
files under C:\Documents and Settings\tony\Application
Data\TortoiseSVN. I can import via tortoiseSVN if I turn off
require authorized_user and comment out the authz file
reference within the httpd.conf file on the Apache 2 server
that subversion is running on. However, I am also able to
import to the subversion repository via MyEclipse using
either subclipse or subversive plugin with sspi being
activated on the apache 2 server which is hosting my
subversion repository. I have also been able to perform and
import via the command line when sspi is activated. This
leads me to believe that there is a bug in tortoiseSVN that
will not allow me to import new project when using sspi on
the apache 2 server hosting subversion. Can anyone confirm
this or suggest other ways to maybe solve my problem of
importing a project using tortoiseSVN which is connecting
to a subversion repository running sspi?

Thanks in advance,
Received on Thu May 17 17:48:15 2007

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