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Re: how to set properties of svn user's

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-01-30 12:14:43 CET

On Jan 30, 2006, at 09:41, Gajanan Pande wrote:

> I m working on subversion 1.3.0. I have configured http
> url for repository browsing in my network.
> Also created users.
> But what i want to do is i want give only one user all rights means
> i only one user as administrator and the rest normal user's.
> so plz. help me regarding setting properties of user's.
> waiting for positive reply.

By using authz, you can give different users different levels of
read- or write-access to different parts of the repository.


There is no such thing, however, as an administrative user.
Subversion users cannot administer the repository; that must be done
by a server administrator on the command-line. Or you could install a
web-based tool to enable anyone to administer your repository(ies).
One such tool is SVNManager:


I'm not sure what levels of access control it has built-in, though—
whether you can give different users different levels of
administrative access. You'd have to try it out.

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