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Apache and SSPI

From: Pedro Gomes <pedromvgomes_at_netcabo.pt>
Date: 2004-01-05 23:17:42 CET


I've set up a SVN repository and trying to Access it using apache.

Things are working from the browser (I can view the repository files).

Using a WebFolder, I can also view the files but all the changes fail
(either copying or deleting files).

Using Tortoise I get an error saying that the authentication failed. (I
wasn't asked for credentials).

I Have SVN 0.35 on the server and client.

This is my apache config
<Location /svn>
  DAV svn
  SVNParentPath "F:\SVN-ROOT"
  AuthType SSPI
  SSPIAuth On
  SSPIAuthoritative On
  SSPIOfferBasic On
  AuthName "Subversion repositories"
    Require valid-user

One funnier thing, my repository is in F:\SVN-ROOT\MAIN but if I point the
appach location to this directory I get an "403 Forbiden" error. If I set it
to F:\SVN-ROOT and then use http://devserver:8080/svn/main it works ok.

Best regards,
Pedro Gomes

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Received on Mon Jan 5 23:27:15 2004

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