> 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
It seems this has something to do with TSVN having SSPI authentication
enabled. Make sure you don't have the user "GUEST" enabled, neither on
your client PC nor on the server.
> 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?
Both Subclipse and the command line client don't have the automatic SSPI
authentication enabled: you have to enter username/password with them
(your windows username/password, but still, you have to enter them).
TSVN has the automatic SSPI auth enabled, which means (if everything is
set up correctly) won't ask you for username/password anymore but
authenticate automatically with your windows logon data. The problem
with that is that windows will authenticate always with the user who has
the least privileges, i.e., if you have user "GUEST" enabled, it will
authenticate as user GUEST and not user TONY. But I doubt you have given
user GUEST access to your repository - then it will of course fail.
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