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Re: I want to have a repository in my web server

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2012 21:53:07 +0000

According to Google translate Vanessa Oviedo is saying:

Good afternoon:
I have a problem to use TortoiseSVN on my Web server.
I was reading this article
and I could follow all the steps successfully until it says:
- "Point your browser to http://MyServer/svn/MyNewRepository (where
MyNewRepository is the name of the Subversion repository you created
before). If all went well you should be prompted for a username and
password, then you can see the contents of your repository. "

I put the URL in the browser and do not solicit or username and password.
I have to install something on my server or Apache handling everything
from the PC?
Another thing I do not understand is that if the repository will be
on-line, why this parameter "SVNParentPath" is configured with a local
I have to "Create a repository with TortoiseSVN" SVNParentPath at this location?
Help me please because I'm lost.


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