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Newbie Question

From: Programmer <prog_at_aogc.biz>
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 17:19:58 -0500

I have successfully installed subversion on a Windows 2008 Server.

Client Tortoise SVN on Vista.

My root directory where I want to locate my repositories is D:\Repositories

I have created a repository called D:\Repositories\Projects\Project1


Config Files are as follows:




anon-access = none

auth-access = write

password-db = //./D:/Repositories/auth/passwrd

authz-db = //./D:/Repositories/auth/authz





test = test



#give all read access to all repos


* = r


#give test write access to repo Project1


test = rw


My problem is everything works except that I can not commit any changes
back. If I change the authz to [/] * = rw, I can do everything. Am I not
accessing the repo right in the second declaration in the authz file? I
have tried everything from absolute to relative pathing. What am I doing


Any help would be appreciated.





Jeremy Schreckhise, M.B.A., B.S., MCP

Director of Information Technology


Arkansas Oklahoma Gas Corp.

115 N. 12th Street

Fort Smith, AR 72901

479-783-3181 ext. 2259


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