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Re: Commit failed

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2012 06:36:40 -0400

On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 20:07, James Gladden <gladden_at_chem.washington.edu> wrote:
> We use Tortoise 1.7.6 in conjunction with a VisualSVN repository on a server.  The scenario is this:
> Repository name: EshopProjects
> User name: Beaty
> We are using repository based authentication.
> User "Beaty" has global read only privileges to all repositories on the server.  However, user Beaty has also been granted read/write privileges to the repository "EshopProjects".  Privileges for all folders and files in "EshopProjects" are inherited.
> On my computer, if I supply the "Beaty" credentials to TortoiseSVN, I can both checkout and commit items in the aforementioned repository.  However, on the three other client computers I have tried, commits fail (using the same credentials) with the messages:
> Error  Commit failed (details follow):
> Error  Access to '/svn/eshopprojects/!svn/me' forbidden
> Checkout is not a problem on these computers, only the commits fail.  I have established that I can eliminate the error by granting user "Beaty" global read/write privileges to ALL repositories on the server, but this should not be necessary.
> Any idea what is happening here?

I suggest you contact VisualSVN support, as the problem is on the
server side, not Tortoise.


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Received on 2012-04-04 12:37:27 CEST

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