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Re: server side copies with Path-Based Authorization

From: Konstantin Kolinko <knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 23 Jan 2009 12:59:07 +0300

>> (...)
>> user2 and user3 can not make server side
>> copies (branches) inside of their project folder.
>> C:\SVN\test\project1\trunk>svn copy https://server.net/svn/te
>> st/project1/trunk/Textdokument.txt https://server.net/svn/te
>> st/project1/trunk/file.txt -m "make a copy"
>> svn: Server sent unexpected return value (403 Forbidden) in response to
>> PROPFIND request for '/svn/test'
>> If they execute svn copy in their working copy and commit the changes it
>> works.
>> C:\SVN\test\project1\trunk>svn copy Textdokument.txt file2.txt
>> A file2.txt
>> C:\SVN\test\project1\trunk>svn commit -m "local copy"
>> Adding trunk\file2.txt
>> Committed revision 303.

2009/1/23 schrei5 <dominikruf_at_googlemail.com>:
> Hi again,
> does anybody at least have a similar configuration and can shard his
> experiences?
> I tried SVNPathAuthz on/off but that didn't help.
> cheers
> dominik


user1 = rw
user2 = r
user3 = r

(the rest is the same)

Some operations require read access for the root folder of the repository,
iirc to read repository GUID, or to get repository options, or to get
mergeinfo ... (I do not remember exactly). I would like to call it a bug,
but it is how it works for at least last half a year.

Best regards,
Konstantin Kolinko

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