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Bug Report: Commit fail when read-only user authentication saved

From: Javier Díez <javierdife_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-28 10:06:19 CEST



I have encountered a bug, when I try to commit a file in a computer where a
read-only user authentication was saved and I introduce a user with read and
write permissions.


Next are the detail of the bug:


TortoiseSVN Version

Subversion svn

Apache server 2.0


In the authentication file for svn, I have two:

user_r with read only permission

user_rw with read and write permission


In the computer, the authentification of user_r is saved!!!!!!


I commit a modified file.

Because I have read-only permission, the enter user/password pop-up appears.

I enter the “user_rw” user.

The commit fails with the error: “Error PUT of
commit_file’: 501 Method Not Implemented (http:://server_name)”


If I clear the saved authentication, and I introduced the rw user the commit
process works.


Thanks a lot for taking time to read this mail!!!!!


Received on Wed Jun 28 10:16:42 2006

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