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Re: Post-commit + Svn Update + Windows 2003 arghh

From: makeyunbad <makeyunbad_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-06 12:34:01 CET

2006/6/9, Nathan Kidd <nathan-svn@spicycrypto.ca>:
> Gonzalo Bourdieu wrote:
> > I don't have any post-commit.bat, the post-commit hook is an .exe
> >
> > I'm using full paths to call svn so that couldn't be a problem (i think).
> >
> > the C# code is very simple, here you have it:
> ...
> > // Z is the mapped drive
> > svnProgram.StartInfo.Arguments = "update Z:\\site\\project";
> Probably the user your svn service (svnserve / apache) runs under
> doesn't have permission to see this Z:\ share. There are definitely
> permission issues between logged in / unlogged in users when it comes to
> accessing mapped drives.
> -Nathan
I have the same problem as Gonzalo Bourdieu. I think this is a true
reason for mapped drive. When he run post-commit.exe from command
line, everything works fine. So is permission a true reason? If I can
access the mapped drive, how can I config the permission?
windows 2003 sp1
svn 1.4.2

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