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SVN Command Line and TortoiseSVN Errors

From: Dan Schultz <dschultz_at_qualityattributes.com>
Date: 2006-12-20 18:16:54 CET

Hey everyone,

 

When trying to commit my working copy through a command line, I'm
getting this error that I have never seen before:

 

svn: Commit failed (details follow):

svn: MKACTIVITY of
'/svn/test_repo/!svn/act/ad1ee8bf-34f5-d549-9a1a-1f2e75c91aca

': authorization failed (http://artemis:81)

 

What's funny though, is that when I try to do the same commit through
TortoiseSVN, everything works as expected. So I guess my question is,
how can a commit work using Tortoise, but not when using the command
line, and also how can I fix this?

 

I have Subversion (version 1.4.0) running on a Windows Server 2003 box
through Apache 2. I'm doing my authorization against a Windows Domain
using SSPI. Here's my http.conf:

 

<Location /svn/>

  DAV svn

  SVNListParentPath on

  SVNParentPath "D:\QAS\QASWork\Projects\Repositories"

 

  Satisfy Any

  Require valid-user

  

  AuthType SSPI

  AuthName "QAS Repositories"

 

  SSPIAuth On

  SSPIOmitDomain On

  SSPIAuthoritative On

  SSPIDomain HEADQUARTERS.local

  SSPIUsernameCase lower

  

  AuthzSVNAccessFile
"D:\QAS\QASWork\Projects\Repositories\auth\svnaccess.txt"

</Location>

 

Thanks everyone,

 

Dan

 

 

 
Received on Wed Dec 20 18:18:01 2006

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