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

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-01-03 07:50:26 CET

dethell@vitalassets.com writes:
> 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?

Probably the latter. There's no reason to think mod_dav_svn's code
would work with Apache 1.3 or mod_oradav, and plenty of reasons to
think it wouldn't. You're better off trying to get stock SVN and
either Apache 2.x or 'svnserve' to coexist with your existing

With a domain name like that, I wouldn't recommend trying anything too
risky :-).


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Received on Sat Jan 3 08:43:34 2004

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