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Re: WebDAV with Subversion

From: Phillip Novess <pnovess_at_mac.com>
Date: 2006-02-07 20:36:47 CET

I'm pretty sure this is a permissions issue with Apache.

On Feb 7, 2006, at 12:28 PM, Johnathan Gifford wrote:

I'm getting errors trying to drop a files into a new repository using
WebDav
on Mac OS X and Windows XP. The errors are as follow:

On Windows XP (Professional):

An error occurred copying some or all of the selected files.

On Mac OS X (Tiger):

You cannot copy some of these items to the destination because their
names
are too long or contain invalid characters for the destination. Do you
want
to skip copying these items and continue copying the other items?

First, all files are legit in naming (i.e. No special characters).
Second,
even files with that are 8.3 or less are rejected. Also, even telling
the
popup prompt to 'continue' or 'stop' has no effect.

This is a new repository. There are no hooks configured on the
repository.
Permission on the repository are set correctly with the specified Apache
user and group. Authentication and authorization is occurring through
Apache
2.2.0 with a basic type of authentication and using a group file and
mod_authz_svn for authorization. I have full read and write privileges.
There are no errors in the Apache log files that would help.

I'm fairly sure it is a configuration issue. Anyone have any ideas
where I
should be be looking?

Johnathan

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