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Re: SSPI reauthentication during commit fails it

From: techtonik <techtonik_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-29 15:44:31 CEST

I am afraid it's not the case. My repository names are all lowercase
both on client and server side. And I also have authorization set only
for modification queries.

    Require valid-user

In the log I attached previously it can be seen that SVN authenticates
only once and does it successfully, but subsequent requests to
reauthenticate from server make it fail.

On 3/29/07, Eric Lemes <ericlemes@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a similar problem, in a Windows 2003 SVN Server (1.4.0 Apache 2.0.x).
> If the repos has a name REPOS in the server, and you checkout it as
> http://server/svn/repos, the authorization works in the checkout/update but
> fails in commit.
> You need to relocate the working copy to http://server/svn/REPOS (I can do
> this in TortoiseSVN). Then the commit works.
> Eric

--anatoly t.
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