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Re: SSL and Tortise Repos

From: Chris H Keith <ckeith_at_pacease.com>
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2008 07:42:17 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks Simon. I think that is true. The server is 1.3 and the tortise is 1.4.5.
  I use the client from my local box and point to a "mapped" location on the server to create the directories.
  I can add files to these repositories but others cannot read them using SSL.
  They would not have access to map the drive directly.
  Should I redo the repositories or upgrade the server binaries?

Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com> wrote:
  On 10/03/2008, Chris H Keith wrote:
> I have created some new repositories with Tortise SVN 1.45 using the FileSystem. Have setup Apache to use SSL.

> When I try to access the newly created repos I get a Error Propfind meaning the repos cannot be found. With the repos that were created with a DB backend this does not seem to be a problem.
> I can access the newly created dirs if I refer to them via a mapped drive letter, but not using the https://. Thus, I tend to think it may be a "permission" problem on the server. Cannot see any difference in the permission between one of the repos that I can read and another that I cannot read.

Which version of svn server are you using? You should be creating the
repositories with svnadmin on the server, not with TortoiseSVN. In
fact I don't see why TortoiseSVN is installed on the server at all as
it is a client program. It is likely that the repositories created by
TSVN are newer than the version of svn on your server.


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