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SVNParentPath and AuthzSVNAccessFile

From: Václav Krpec <vasekk_at_alsoft.cz>
Date: 2004-03-31 17:39:12 CEST


glad to see that this was implemented in 1.0.1, but I'm having
some problems with that. Ok, I include this:

<Location /svn>
  DAV svn
  SVNParentPath D:/tests/svn/
  AuthType Basic
  AuthName "foo"
  AuthUserFile D:/tests/svn/users.passwd
  Require valid-user
  AuthzSVNAccessFile D:/tests/svn/users.access

into httpd.conf; where users.access looks like this:

vencik = rw

lopucha = rw

qaz = rw

and have repositories:


No user have access to any repository, except of qaz, which has
(correctly) access to everything.
After attempting to check-out rep. "vencik" apache error.log
shows this message:

[Wed Mar 31 17:37:05 2004] [error] [client] Access denied: 'vencik' PROPFIND vencik:/

Passwords are ok, I've tried with the AuthzSVNAccessFile directive

Well, what should I write into the access file? Is tere any
difference in using it with SVNParentPath, than with SVNPath?
I've tried a few forms of the rep. names --- like
[/svn/vencik] or [vencik/]... All the same.

Thanks a lot, regards

  vencík <vencik@razdva.cz>
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