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Re: Error: PROPFIND of '/repos': 301 Moved Permanently

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-04-26 12:05:24 CEST

On Apr 26, 2007, at 04:12, mario.reissmann@bbraun.com wrote:

> repository: D:\SVN_REP
> I created a test repository: svnadmin create -fs-type fsfs
> D:\SVN_REP\testrepository

So D:\SVN_REP is a directory which contains multiple repositories,
one of which is testrepository. Got it.

> svn over Apache goes well, as http://host/repos/ shows my empty
> testrepository folder.

I would expect that http://host/repos/ would show you a list of
repositories, including testrepository. When you click it, which
leads you to http://host/repos/testrepository/, you see that it is
empty. So far so good.

> However, I cant get an empty repository on my client and import it.

That sentence is confusing. I assume you mean you're having
difficulty importing something into your server's new empty
testrepository.

> This is how I tried:
>
> empty folder -> TortoiseSVN -> Import
>
> I tried http://host/repos/ -> Authentication -> Error: PROPFIND
> request
> failed on '/repos' & Error: PROPFIND of '/repos': 301 Moved
> Permanently (
> http://.....)

It's not clear to me from what you've written, but please make sure
you've specified the correct and complete URL of the repository you
want to import into. In particular, you will need to specify the URL
http://host/repos/testrepository/, not http://host/repos/.

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