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

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-28 11:34:59 CEST

On 6/28/06, Javier Díez <javierdife@hotmail.com> wrote:

> 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!!!!!!

Wow, six exclamation points. For something that's actually a very nice
feature, and clearly asked for in every authentication dialog (i.e.
the "save authentication" checkbox).

> 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
> /svn/PruebasSVN/!svn/wrk/2d08c484-678d-1146-8fd2-c6472ec0bb3e/trunk/path_of_commit_file':
> 501 Method Not Implemented (http:://server_name)"

Are you sure you entered the username of the rw user and not just the
password of it?

Also update your server to the latest version.


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