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> Von: Frank Gruman [mailto:email@example.com]
> Gesendet: Montag, 23. Oktober 2006 18:17
> An: Robert Saenger
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Robert Saenger wrote:
> > Thanks. However, introducing the index file hasn't helped.
> > Well, the listings below a specific repository are now beautified.
> > But the problem remains that the set of available repositories below
> > SVNParentPath isn't listed.
> >> Well - this could be easier - you may need to define the index file.
> >> is my working <Location> directive. Make sure the path you give to the
> >> svinindex.xsl file is relative to the server document root. I use LDAP
> >> auth for a couple of different apps I host on this server, so just make
> >> one LDAP reference. Then I only needed to type it all in once.
> >> <Location /code/>
> >> DAV svn
> >> SVNParentPath /code_repos
> >> SVNIndexXSLT /svnindex.xsl
> >> SVNListParentPath on
> >> AuthName "Code Repository"
> >> Include /code_repos/ldap_auth
> >> AuthzSVNAccessFile /code_repos/access.list
> >> satisfy all
> >> require valid-user
> >> </Location>
> Hmm - pretty is always nice. It's still a problem, but doesn't it make
> you feel better? :-)
> Perhaps you can send your access file? Also - any notes in either the
> access or error logs? Please take heart in knowing that it does work. We
> just need to get to the bottom of what is wrong in your situation.
Strict but good advice and in fact I'd made a mistake.
The problem was that my AuthzSVNAccessFile accidently
Got overwritten of SVNManager who keeps an internal representation
of the file and overwrites it on any changes. So the
@admin = r
After I (re-)introduced this access permissions it worked fine.
Thus the initial problem of my configuration was really
the lacking trailing slash of my location configuration, i.e.
Which has been noticed by Brad Bruce. Thanks Brad.
My working location configuration now looks as follows:
AuthName "Subversion Projectarchives"
Finally, the SVNIndexXSLT could be opt out again. It is not required
To make things working. However without it is not looking that pretty.
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Received on Tue Oct 24 14:38:37 2006