[Fwd: Re: Relocate does not work well with access permissions]
Thank you for quick answer, here is more precise: to my concern, this
user already checked out the
then he should be able to perform a relocate to
but this is not happening with permissions like:
aaa = rw
> email@example.com wrote:
> It's doing exactly what you're asking it to ...
> The first entry states that aaa will get no access to anything below
> The second entry states that aaa will get access to the objects in MYREPO
> The second entry has no way of over-riding the first - since you can't
> get access to /trunk or even /trunk/src.
> David Grierson
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> Bjørnar Skinnes <email@example.com> 13/08/2007 15:30
> Relocate does not work well with access permissions
> Having access permissions like this example:
> aaa =
> 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:
> aaa = r
> Why no access for aaa in first place ? Remark: browsing in firefox
> worked fine on new server.
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Received on Mon Aug 13 18:14:39 2007
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