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Can Subversion use a different WebDAV backend (such as Oracle Files)?

From: <dethell_at_vitalassets.com>
Date: 2004-01-02 17:31:03 CET

Our company is looking at moving from CVS to SVN and we heavily use Oracle Files which, among other things, has a WebDAV component to it. The http server for Oracle Files (now called something else like Content Management SDK) is Apache 1.3.x-based. It uses an Apache module called mod_oradav and I have no idea how this compares to mod_dav in Apache 2.x.

We would like to use Oracle's WebDAV engine to store the SVN repository because we would immediately get the benefit of Oracle's web interface for Files to see all the SVN files and their version history, etc. Has anyone attempted anything like this? Am I completely barking up the wrong tree by trying to do this?

Thanks for any responses,
David Ethell

David Ethell
Senior Engineer, Vital Assets, Inc.
Phone: 800.860.0607 Ex: 102
Email: dethell@vitalassets.com
3916 Germantown Rd
Edgewater, MD 21037

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