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Re: AuthzSVNAccessFile question

From: waqas Arshed <cs1624_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 13 May 2008 02:18:02 -0700 (PDT)
--- On Tue, 5/13/08, Gerhard Gappmeier <gerhard.gappmeier@ascolab.com> wrote:
I've seen that the user also needs access to the trunk/ folder,
otherwise he cannot access the subfolder trunk/b/.

foo = r

foo = rw

foo =

foo =

foo =

foo =

I am pretty confident that parent folder access is not required for child folder access. You can simply give 'No Rights' to user at root, and only give specific rights on specific folder irrespective of its location. E.g. following works perfectly for me:


foo= rw

This way, I don't have to remove user's rights from every other sub folder because "No Rights" are already dripping through from top to bottom.

Waqas Arshed

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