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Re: sspi, AuthzSVNAccessFile and Windows Domain groups

From: Uwe Hipp <uwe.hipp_at_pixelpark.com>
Date: 2007-07-23 10:42:20 CEST

Hi @ all,
Great News, but....:

It boils down to Subversion, at present, can authenticate
but not authorise against an external source. Subversion's
authz component has its own concept of group that is
unrelated to whatever is in the external source. There is a
patch in the process of being included that addresses this:


Thanks to Auke for your Message.
But there is some lack of understanding.

in this case, default group=projet1,for reposistory projet1, in ldap
server have permission rw.

This ist the config:

   developers = oberger, benoit, admin
   user = ldap:cn=user,ou=group,dc=int-evry,dc=fr

Why have the default group "projet1" RW-rights?
I think the default groupe have R-rights. Because "@user=r".

I don't know how to convert the posted script in a useable file.
I think copy&paste in a new file, name as shown an run wouldn't go.
The existing .c-files looks other than the posted script.

Thanks for your help.


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Received on Mon Jul 23 10:41:40 2007

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