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problem using AuthzSVNAccessFile for my repository

From: Peter Vandersteegen <Peter.Vandersteegen_at_intec.Ugent.be>
Date: 2004-06-09 14:11:17 CEST


I'm using an apache-subversion server to host some repositories. This is
done under windows NT. The used apache version is distributed under the
name xampp.
Normal authentification works perfect. Everybody can read it, a few people
have total read-write acces.

When I however use AuthzSVNAccessFile, I no longer can access my
repository.... Neither read nor write!!!!!!

Therefor I ask if anybody can see a mistake in my configuration files.
Included are a part of httpd.conf, the complete file: passwordSVN
and the complete 'authorisation' file: hadley

* This is a small piece of httpd.conf:

        #Among others, next modules are loaded in this sequence.
                LoadModule dav_module modules/mod_dav.so
                LoadModule dav_svn_module modules/mod_dav_svn.so
                LoadModule authz_svn_module modules/mod_authz_svn.so

        <Location /hadley>
                  DAV svn
                  SVNPath e:/subversion/hadley

                  Require valid-user

                  AuthzSVNAccessFile "c:/xampp/apache/password/hadley"
                  # seems not to work
                  AuthType Basic
                  AuthName "Hadley Repository"
                  AuthUserFile "c:/xampp/apache/password/passwordSVN"


* the file passwordSVN is created with: (command-line under c:\xampp\apache\
bin\htpasswd -c password\passwordSVN (first time)
bin\htpasswd password\passwordSVN
users: pvderste and dworf are added

* the file c:/xampp/apache/password/hadley:

        developers = pvderste, dworf

        * = r
        #@developers = rw
        pvderste = rw
        # everybody has read access, pvderste has read-write access...

Can anybody see what I've done wrong?
greetz and thx for reading so far


ps. what is meant by everybody? Does that mean, everybody in the file
passwordSVN, or does everybody mean the entire world? (even those not defined)

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