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SSPI + Apache + Windows XP + TortoiseSvn = I crazed

From: Luis Braga <lbraga_at_fpf.br>
Date: 2004-09-16 22:42:51 CEST

Hi, .... let me cry :-(
I'm trying to use apache SSPI with subversion, what I did:
1 - Install apache - step ok
2 - install subversion - step ok
3 - configure httpd.conf to load modules required and create a location point to my repositories folder - step ok
4 - create the repository - step ok
4 - test on IE http://myserver:8066/svn/myprojetc <BLOCKED::http://myserver:8066/svn/myprojetc> - step ok
5 - install TortoiseSvn in a client machine - step ok
6 - all works fine, i do checkout, commit and updates gracefully.
But I need control access by folders of repository.
my structure itīs like:
Then I found in help of TortoiseSvn that I can create a file with groups/users and configure access type.
So I uncomment the line in httpd.conf (and restart apache).
#AuthzSVNAccessFile svnaccessfile
and I did create the Subversion access file, like that
programmers = DOM\lcruz, DOM\mcerquinho, DOM\asouza, ...
analysts = DOM\lbraga, DOM\amedeiros, ...
* = r
@programmers = rw
#give the doc people write access to the docs folder
@programmers = r
@analysts = rw
Now I can read repository, but canīt commit, if I change line * = rw on root dir I can commit, but all users of domain can do it, and I want give access to write only to some users.
Help please :-(
thanks a lot
Luis Braga
Received on Thu Sep 16 22:44:27 2004

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