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RE: User name as author when using LDAP

From: Olly Stephens <Olly.Stephens_at_arm.com>
Date: 2006-07-11 10:23:22 CEST

On 11 July 2006 09:12, Håvard Bjåstad wrote:
> Now that we're preparing for production use, we want to use
> Apache with LDAP for user authentication. With Apache+LDAP, I
> log on as 'havard' and SVN logs the author as 'CN=Håvard
> Bjåstad,CN=Users,DC=tracetracker,DC=com'

Sounds like you have the "AuthLDAPRemoteUserIsDN" directive set in your apache config. It's not set by default, but setting it asks apache to replace the username with the DN before proceeding (i.e. before it reaches the SVN code).

Turning this option off should fix it.


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