Thanks for the answers, just some more information concerning the question.
> --- Ursprüngliche Nachricht ---
> Von: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1@ryandesign.com>
> An: Christoph Trappl <Christoph.Trappl@gmx.at>
> Kopie: email@example.com
> Betreff: Re: Several Questions
> Datum: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 02:41:56 +0100
> On Feb 9, 2006, at 14:38, Christoph Trappl wrote:
> > I have several questions concerning Subversion server and also
> > TortoiseSVN
> > client setup / compatibility:
> > - Can I use SQL, MSDE or Oracle instead of the Berkley DB? (if yes,
> > how?)
> No, the only available backends are BerkeleyDB and FSFS, a custom
> format designed just for Subversion. FSFS is available since
> Subversion 1.1.0 and is the default type for new repositories since
> 1.2.0 and is recommended. For a rundown of the differences between
> BDB and FSFS see here:
SO FAR, SO GOOD (OR NOT:-)).
> > - Can I use subversion in combination with a "Reverse Proxy"?
> I don't have any experience with proxies so I can't answer this.
> > - Can I use subversion in combination with CITRIX, are certificates
> > existing?
> I don't know CITRIX. If you're talking about authentication here,
> then it's useful to know that the different methods you can use to
> access a repository support different authentication mechanisms.
> Using the file:// protocol, there's no authentication whatsoever, and
> you have the permissions available to you through the filesystem, so
> that's useful for little more than testing, or for single-developer
> installations. svnserve supports a text file into which you can put
> users and passwords, and a text file for path-specific access to
> parts of the repository for certain users or groups. With the svn
> +ssh:// protocol you authenticate with your normal Unix user accounts
> on the server. And with the Apache2 server you can use any
> authentication mechanism Apache supports. We use Apache to serve our
> repository and authenticate with LDAP. If CITRIX can be used with
> Apache, then you're in luck.
CITRIX IS IN GENERAL USED IN COMBINATION WITH TERMINAL SERVERS, MEANING ALL
CLIENTS START THEIR PROGRAMS CENTRALLY ON A SERVER. THUS SOME MORE USERS
MIGHT HAVE SIMULTANEOUS ACCESS TO CERTAIN SERVICES / TASKS.
> > - Can I in general use subversion with terminal servers, and how
> > does the
> > local project handling on a client look like?
> I don't know what's meant by "terminal servers" or "project handling"...
NORMALLY, WHEN WORKING WITH A TERMINAL SERVER, ALL PRORGRAMS, DATA, ETC. IS
KEPT CENTRALLY ON THE SERVER. THIS ALSO APPLIES, THAT LOOKING AT SUBVERSION
LOCAL WORKING COPIES ARE MIGHT BE PERMITTED, BUT I AM NOT SURE. JUST WANTED
TO KNOW IF ANY EXPERIENCE, OR EVEN BETTER A HOW TO KIT EXISTS.
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