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Re: Running Hook script on Windows

From: Nathan Kidd <nathan-svn_at_spicycrypto.ca>
Date: 2006-05-09 23:59:48 CEST

Daniell, Casey B wrote:
> I still am not seeing a file, c:\logfile.txt, created. Its like this
> script isn't even being run.
> I have it named post-commit.bat and, now, post-commit2.bat both located
> in the repositories hooks directory.
> Do I just need to place the files there and they will automatically get
> called? Or do I need to tell SVN to find them somehow?

If files with the right names exist they will run automatically.

My only other thought is your server process (svnserve.exe or
apache.exe) doesn't have enough rights access and/or create files, etc.

Try making the service run as a different user with more permissions.


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