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Re: Relocate does not work well with access permissions

From: <david.x.grierson_at_jpmorgan.com>
Date: 2007-08-13 17:15:44 CEST

It's doing exactly what you're asking it to ...

The first entry states that aaa will get no access to anything below
MYREPO.

The second entry states that aaa will get access to the objects in MYREPO
/trunk/src/something.

The second entry has no way of over-riding the first - since you can't get
access to /trunk or even /trunk/src.

Dg.
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Bjørnar Skinnes <bskinnes@broadpark.no>
13/08/2007 15:30

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Relocate does not work well with access permissions






Having access permissions like this example:
[MYREPO:/]
aaa =
[MYREPO:/trunk/src/something]
aaa = rw

then relocating (the repo was moved to another server) the "something"
working copy, does return error message like this:
PROPFIND request failed on "/svn/MYREPO"
PROPFIND of '/svn/MYREPO': 403 Forbidden (https://myserver)

I had to change the permission file, giving aaa read permissions, to get
aaa up&running:
[MYREPO:/]
aaa = r

Why no access for aaa in first place ? Remark: browsing in firefox
worked fine on new server.

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