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RE: apparent file locks when using WebDAV

From: Jordan <jordan_at_formativegroup.com>
Date: 2006-05-02 02:30:01 CEST


From: Jordan [mailto:jordan@formativegroup.com]
Sent: Monday, May 01, 2006 12:45 PM
To: jordan@formativegroup.com
Subject: apparent file locks when using WebDAV


Hello all,


I recently set-up our SVN/Trac dev environment. It's all working great.with
one exception; I can't seem to write (put) to the svn repositories via
WebDAV (SVN extension in Dreamweaver). I can read the repositories, and can
check things out from them, but I can't put the edited files back into the
repository or add new files. First thing I thought to check were the dir
permissions, but I checked all the perms on all the repo dirs, and
everything is set correctly. Apache is set to use the default "system user"
credentials, and that user has 777 rights to all the repo dirs.



Does anyone know if this is being caused because my SVN instance is set to
use lock-modify-unlock? How can I change this so that incremental adds can
be committed by separate remote users without checking a doc out first?
Would this be switching from lock-modify-unlock to copy-modify-merge? Where
are the instructions on how to change that?



Here is the associated entry from our Apache error log:

[Mon May 01 12:20:25 2006] [error] [client] Attempted to lock
non-existent path; turn on autoversioning first. [405, #405]


Here is the associated entry from our Apache access log: - *username* [01/May/2006:12:34:37 -0700] "PUT
/svn/photoalliance/robots.txt HTTP/1.1" 409 614


Anyone else seen this behavior before?









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