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Commit of editted file fails due to authentication

From: Arpitha B L - R & D - Mysore <Arpitha.BL_at_wepindia.com>
Date: 2007-05-23 12:09:57 CEST

Hi,
I am very new to subversion and TortoiseSVN usage. I have installed
subversion and TortoiseSVN on my local PC. I want to know the usage of
TortoiseSVN. So the steps i follwoed are,
 
1) I have started my server by excecuting,
    C:\svnserver.exe --daemon
 
2) After this i created a repository in "c:\repository"
 
3) Added a file to the repository.
 
4) Checkout the file from repository as working copy. And edited it.
 
till here its fine. Now when i want to commit this change to server, by
using "TortoiseSVN->svn Commit" from windows explorer..
 
I am getting errors
 
"Error: Commit failed (details follow): "
"Error: Authorization failed "
 
Can i know whats the reason for this? When starting the svnserver im not
getting any message to enter username or password.
 
I have edited the svnserve.conf file as follows
"anon-access = write"
 
 
Thanks
Arpitha BL
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