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Re: Group Based Access !!

From: Matt Sickler <crazyfordynamite_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-08 14:35:48 CET

you want to use either svnserve or apache. make sure the repo files them
selves are locked down, and use mod_authz_svn (in apache, and its
counterpart authz_svn i think for svnserve) to limit user and/or group
access at a directory level

On 1/8/07, Himanshu Raina <raina_himanshu@yahoo.com> wrote:
> HI,
> I am accessing my repositories over the network using svn protocol.I have
> a repository under which i have lot of project directories.I want to limit
> the access to directories i.e i want to provide group specific access.
> Example:-
> I have a repository name scholars
> Under scholars i have different projects namely e
> ngineers,managers,programmers
> As of now i make use of passwd file which provides the access to complete
> repository.I want to create a group say "test_group" which will have say 5
> users and all these users shuld be able to access only scholars/engineerssame way another group which can access
> scholar/managers .....
> Could someone provide help on this.With http schema it can be done using
> svnaccessfile but how about cmdline access.
> thanks and regards
> Himanshu Raina
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Received on Mon Jan 8 14:36:07 2007

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