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Re: read-only access for specific users

From: kashif aslam <kaashif_jmi_at_yahoo.co.in>
Date: 2006-03-06 06:45:22 CET

hi Andy
   
  thanks for your reply.
   
  but i am not getting any authz file in conf folder. There are only two files in
  conf folder and they are passwd and svnserve.conf.
   
  svnserve.conf file does not contain any line like
   
  authz-db = authz.
   
  can you tell me the full path where i can get authz file.
   
  is there any other way to provide read only access to specific users and write access to some other specific users??
   
  regards,
  kashif

Andy Levy <andy.levy@gmail.com> wrote: On 3/3/06, kashif aslam wrote:
>
> hi group,
>
> i am using TortoiseSvn on windows XP, and using subversion as server.
>
> i want to know that, how would i provide read only access for a specific
> number of users only.
> if we provide
> auth-access = write
>
> this is the write access for a specific number of users.
>
> so is there any way to do the same for read only access.

Assuming you're using AuthZ for your access control, something like this:

[/]
*=r
@users_who_can_write = rw

This isn't really a TSVN issue, it's a Subversion access control
question. Consult The Book (http://svnbook.org/) as it covers this
pretty well.

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