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Re: New to SVN and TortoiseSVN

From: si <sshnug.si_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-02 06:44:54 CEST

> What still doesn't make sense is the fact that I was connected as a member
> of MJFAF - hence I should have had 'rw' access.
> Why would the following config fail - surely I would have come under the
> umbrella of "auth-access".
> > anon-access = read
> > auth-access = write
> I'm re-reading everything again. May be I just need another coffee !!!

Without specifying what should happen for anonymous access,
I believe Subversion automatically reverts to authenticated access
when you use an authz file.

So in svnserve.conf when you had

anon-access = read
auth-access = write

but in authz you didn't have

* = r or
* =

Subversion went back to authenticated access only.

But that doesn't answer your question, because if you did authenticate
then I agree that it shouldn't have mattered because you were not
an anonymous user.

It also depends on what you mean by fail? Fail to checkout/update
(read), or failed to commit?

Can you reproduce the issue after clearing out saved authentication
data in TortoiseSVN? (Settings -> Saved Data).


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Received on Mon Apr 2 06:45:10 2007

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