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Re: Problem on Set Access Controls

From: T. Wassermann <mail_at_tobias-wassermann.de>
Date: 2006-06-30 07:01:03 CEST

> I changed svnserve.conf file:
> [general]
> anon-access = none
> auth-access = write
> password-db = passwd
> # authz-db = authz
> realm = My First Repository

> But I still can read details from svn repository using web browser, and
> using subCllipse. What wrong with my setting? Maybe I didn't set "realm"
> correctly. What should "My First Repository" stand for?

Hi Jam,

the webbrowser gets the repository over DAV and Apache - this is not
served by svnserve. So, if you'll set up access rights for DAV-Users
(this are *all* users, accessing your repository by a http- or
https-URL), you have to set up apache authentication. This problem maps
to your subClipse too if you're not using a url like svn://abc/repos/test

See also

Best Regards


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