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Re: Subversion using apache and ldap

From: Brent Kiley <bkiley_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-10 23:00:12 CEST

Well thanks for the help, I had been looking through examples and had not
seen it anywhere say that I should have set it to no. I thought no was only
used if you were going to use another alternate method to do auth if ldap
failed (like htaccess)


On 5/10/07, Kyle George <kgeorge@tcpsoft.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 10 May 2007, Brent Kiley wrote:
> > I got it to work, all though, what finally worked does not make sense to
> > me. I simply set LDAPAuthoritative to no and it works without any
> > problems.
> That would be because you're using Require valid-user and:
> "Other Require values [than Require ldap-*] may also be used which may
> require loading additional authorization modules. Note that if you use a
> Require value from another authorization module, you will need to ensure
> that AuthzLDAPAuthoritative is set to off to allow the authorization phase
> to fall back to the module providing the alternate Require value."
> from http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_authnz_ldap.html#authorphase
> --
> Kyle George
Received on Thu May 10 23:00:34 2007

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