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mod_authz_svn case sensitive

From: Oliver Adolph <Oliver.Adolph_at_intercard.de>
Date: 2004-01-17 10:46:15 CET

I'm trying to use the mod_authz_svn with the AuthSSPI on a W2K-Server in a
The problem is that mod_autz_svn makes the compares of the username in the
config file and the usernames got from apache case sensitive. So if someone
enters sometimes his username in upper case letters and in the config file
it is in lower case letters, the compare fails.

I'm not sure, but I think it would help to replace the two strcmp on Win32
to _stricmp which performs the compare always in lower letters.

A workaround until a patch is available might be to say to every user to
always enter his username (even in the logon screen) always either in lower
or upper case letters.

Oliver Adolph

InterCard AG
Mehlbeerenstr. 4
82024 Taufkirchen

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