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Authorization Question

From: Donelan, James <James.Donelan_at_Schwab.com>
Date: 2004-03-11 22:07:44 CET

> Hi there
>
> Sorry about the spam but I've run into a problem w/ Subversion, and I'm
> unable to find any documentation on the Subversion site which describes
> the problem and/or solution.
> It seems like a very basic problem so it's highly possible it's a user
> problem.
>
> I've just installed a subversion repository on a Windows 2003 server in
> the following directory C:\svn-repositories\desktop. I've also configured
> the repository to use a user credential file via. the password-db property
> (password-db=C:\svn-repositories\desktop\conf\userfile). This file
> currently has 2 users defined with passwords.
> I start the server using svnserve ">svnserve -d -r
> C:\svn-repositories\desktop"
> Here's my problem:
> When connecting a client (via. svn) - I only seem to be able to connect as
> anonymous.
> I've tried everything from passing in username via the --username/password
> properties but it never seems to want to authenticate me via. the
> password-db file. I set anon-access to write I have full access but this
> isn't going to work in a team environment.
> Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?
> Thanks - James.

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