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RE: Unable to browse repository

From: Paletz, David S <DPaletz_at_alionscience.com>
Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2008 14:54:24 -0500



Thanks for the tip. I see why "trunk" should not be a repository root. Unfortunately the repo browser gives me the same message after the change.


Dave P.



Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2008 18:11:58 +0100

From: Stefan Kng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>

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Subject: Unable to browse repository


Paletz, David S wrote:

> I am running Apache 2.0.63, Subversion 1.4.6-4 and TortoiseSVN

> 1.4.8-12137 on WinServer2003 SP1. When opening the repository browser

> to http://localhost:81/svn/repositories/javafw/trunk (notes below) it

> returns the exception "Error * PROPFIND request failed on

> '/svn/repositories' Could not open the requested SVN filesystem." This

> appears to have happened to several others but I've found no suggested

> that appears to fit my situation.


> Notes:

> Subversion is installed in E:\subversion\server


> Httpd.conf includes these entries:


> <Location /svn>

> DAV svn

> SVNListParentPath on

> SVNParentPath E:\subversion\repositories


> I have a created a repository in E:\subversion\repositories\javafw\trunk


create your repository at E:\subversion\repositories\javafw

(get rid of the /trunk - that's not what you want!)



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